MiCaSa Girl Scouts
of the Girl Scouts of California's Central Coast
" Scouting rises within you,
and inspires you to put forth your best."
- Juliette Gordon Low
Top Honors for Girl Scouts
MiCaSa's Highest Awards
Troop 60289 earns their Bronze Award
There was over a year of researching, planning, volunteering, reorganizing, re-planning (thanks Covid), more volunteering, collecting donations, shopping, organizing again, assembling, and finally today transporting and officially donating eighty five finished bags for a local food share to have a special birthday. They didn't give up in spite of every setback thrown at them, they were committed to finishing their project and helping others. When asked today how they felt, one girl responded with "I feel like I want to do more!" Love that generous spirit! 💚
For more information about working toward your Bronze, Silver or Gold Award, click here.
More Honors for Girl Scouts
Teen Mentoring Awards
These are awards reserved for Cadettes, Seniors and Ambassadors who work with younger Girl Scouts. This is a wonderful way to keep your younger Girl Scout inspired, as well as keeping older Girl Scouts engaged.
To learn more about Teen Mentoring Awards and their requirements, click here.
President's Volunteer Service Award Details
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Contact the Service Unit Team for more information on
Awards and Recognitions.
Top Honors for Adults
As a dedicated volunteer, you and fellow adults who work with the Girl Scouts are eligible to receive awards as well!
•Outstanding Leader Award
•Outstanding Volunteer Award
•Leadership Development Pin
•Years of Service Pins (5-year intervals)
•Membership Numeral Guards (5-year intervals)
Special Service Unit Awards:
•Green Angel’s Pin + Certificate
•Service from the Heart
•Above and Beyond
Please fill out this form and submit it by your Service Unit deadline.
The GSCCC Honor Troop Program recognizes troops that encourage the G.I.R.L. (Go-Getter, Innovator, Risk Taker and Leader) in Girl Scouts while promoting their participation in programs that focus on the Four Pillars: STEM, Outdoor, Life Skills and Entrepreneurship. Choosing to work towards earning Honor Troop status should be made at the beginning of the Girl Scout year by the girls. Girls in troops who meet the Honor Troop requirements will receive an Honor Troop patch.
President's Volunteer Service Award
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Steps to entering your Volunteer Hours