As girls progress through Girl Scouting, they take on growing leadership roles within the Council and the community. Girls who are Cadettes, Seniors, and Ambassadors may earn the following recognitions for this service and leadership.
To earn the Cadette Program Aide, a sixth, seventh, or eighth-grade girl:
The Volunteer-in-Training (VIT) award is for Girl Scout Seniors and Ambassadors who would like to mentor a Girl Scout Daisy, Brownie, Junior, or Cadette group outside of the camp experience. If a girl has completed ninth grade, she is eligible to earn this award. A Volunteer-in-Training project needs to span a three-to-six-month period.
To earn the Volunteer-in-Training award, a girl:
This award recognizes Girl Scout Cadette, Seniors, and Ambassadors who act as leaders in their communities. The award consists of completing one Leadership Journey and serving one full term in a leadership position.
When Girl Scout Cadette, Seniors and Ambassadors make a difference within their community they help embody the values of the Girl Scout Law. To earn this award, chose an organization you'd like to volunteer with and complete at least 20 hours of service.
Girl Scout Cadette, Seniors and Ambassadors can choose to volunteer at least 20 hours to the Girl Scout organization. Girls can volunteer at a special event for younger girls, be an office assistant for their council or service unit, or help with special projects.
Your service hours for these Leadership Award bars need to be separate from those you use toward other awards. Each bar represents a new project, and can only be earned once.