Recognition for work well done is a basic human need. While accomplishment is its own reward, human beings still need the proverbial “pat on the back”. This “pat” can range from a simple certificate to something elaborate as an international travel grant.
While there are many unsung heroines in Girl Scouting, efforts had been made to recognize the exemplary work of girls, leaders, and troops. Excellence in Girl Scouting includes not just what was accomplished but how the performance was done and, more importantly, the effect on the whole person.
In addition to individual awards, there are four recognitions in place: the Outstanding Girl Scout, the Outstanding Troop Leader, the Outstanding District Field Adviser and the Outstanding Trainer. The criteria, selection procedures, and forms needed for these recognitions are discussed below.
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