Girl Scout volunteers inspire girls of courage, confidence, and character who make the world a better place. Each year, Girl Scouting formally recognizes Girl Scout adult members, volunteers, service units, staff, and community members for their service to the movement through a variety of awards.
Please review our guide to learn about the awards available and identify the best way to recognize the accomplishments and outstanding service happening within our movement.
Adult Recognition is a group effort, and we can’t do it alone!
The adult Recognition Committee is made up of volunteers from across the council. Members of the committee are available to come to your Service Unit meeting to explain awards, how to nominate someone and answer any questions your volunteers may have. Advanced notice is encouraged, and requests will be fulfilled dependent on availability of the committee.
To Request a committee member to visit your Service Unit, please email email@example.com.
Aren't sure how to get started? Not sure what award is appropriate the person you have in mind? Need tips for writing a great nomination? Join us and have your questions answered!
Service Units may use this form to report awardees and request pins
for Years of Service, New Found Treasure, Shining Star (formally
Hidden Hero) and Volunteer of Excellence. Pins are provided at no cost
to the Service Unit.
Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org