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Cadettes, Seniors, and Ambassadors keep the same vest or sash for all three levels. Check this diagram to find out where to place insignia on a Senior Uniform. Click here for a larger PDF version including sash placement.


 1. American Flag
2. Council Identification Set
3. Troop Crest
4.
Troop Numerals
5. Membership Stars and Discs
6. 10 Year Award Pin
7. Bridge to Senior Award Patch
8. Bridge to Cadette Award Patch
9. Brownie Wings
10. Torch Award Pins
11. Counselor in Training and
     Volunteer in Training Pins
12. My Promise, My Faith Pins
13. Senior Community Service Bar
14. Senior Service to Girl Scouting Bar
15.
Senior Badges
16. Cadette Badges

17. 100th Anniversary Pin
18. Insignia Tab
19. World Trefoil Pin
20. Gold, Silver, and Bronze Award Pins
21. Membership Pin
22. Membership Numeral Guard
23. Journey Summit Award Pin
24. Senior Journey Awards
25. Cadette Journey Awards
26. Cookie sale Activity Pin
27.
Safety Award Pin
28. Cadette Leadership in Action
      Award Badges

If your badges and awards don't fit on the front of your vest or sash, you can wear them on the back.

Participation patches ("fun patches") and pins can be worn on the back of the uniform only.






American Flag Patch

American Flag Patch represents the USA flag in a wavy fabric design. Official and embroidered in red, white and blue. It is an optional patch that can be worn by all Girl Scouts on their vest, sash or tunic.


Council Identification Set
The council identification set includes your council name and Official Girl Scouts of the USA identification strip. The two are worn together on the front of the Official Girl Scout vest, sash, or tunic.


Troop Crest

The Troop Crest is chosen by a Girl Scout troop. The crests are worn by Girl Scout Brownies, Juniors, Cadettes, Seniors, and Ambassadors. Center the troop crest directly under the council identification strip.
Troop Crest




Troop Numerals

Combine single numerals to create your troop number.

 Troop Numerals



Membership Stars and Discs
Each membership star stands for one year of registration. Place the stars directly beneath the troop/group numerals on the sash or the right side of the vest, beginning with the Girl Scout Daisy star (on BLUE disc) on the right side.

 

10 Year Award Pin

This pin represents represents 10 years of registered membership as a girl member. Membership need not be continuous.


Bridge to Senior Award Patch

The Bridging Award is earned by completing a set of activities described in the Girl Scout handbooks. These activities help a girl learn about the next grade level they are entering.
The Bridge to Senior Award is worn above the Bridge to Cadette Award.


Brownie Wings
Brownie Girl Scout Wings show that a girl has completed her years as a Brownie. She is ready to "fly up" to Junior Girl Scouting.


Silver & Gold Torch Award
The Silver & Gold Torch award recognizes a Girl Scout Senior who acts as a leader in her community. The award is earned by completing one Senior National Leadership Journey and serving in a leadership position at a school, place of worship, library, or similar organization.
It is worn to the right of the Cadette Silver Torch Award.


My Promise, My Faith
The My Promise, My Faith Pin is earned by girls who want to find out what their faith and Girl Scouting have in common, using the Girl Scout Law as a guide. There is a different pin for each year a Girl Scout earns the recognition. Girls can earn this pin once a year at each grade level. The color of the pin corresponds to Girl Scout grade level color.


Counselor in Training Award Pin

Girl Scout Seniors and Ambassadors mentor young girls in a camp setting as they build skills toward becoming a camp counselor. To earn this award Girl Scouts complete a leadership course designed by the council on outdoor experiences and work with younger girls over the course of a camp session.



Volunteer in Training Award Pin

This award is for girls who'd like to mentor a Girl Scout Daisy, Brownie, Junior or Cadette group outside of the camp experience. Girls who have completed ninth grade, are eligible to earn this award.


Senior Community Service Bar
The Community Service Bar is earned by making a difference in the community and practicing the values of the Girl Scout Law. It is also a way for girls to get involved with a cause they care about.

Senior Service to Girl Scouting Bar
The Service to Girl Scouting Bar is earned by volunteering at least 20 hours to the Girl Scout organization. A girl can volunteer at a special event for younger girls, be an office assistant for their council, or service unit or help with special projects.

Badges
The Girl's Guide gives girls the opportunity to earn National Proficiency Badges. There are four kinds of Girl Scout National Proficiency badges: Legacy badges, Financial Literacy badges, Cookie Business badges, and Skill-Building badges.


100th Anniversary Pin
Wear this pin to celebrate 100 years of Girl Scouting. "Girl Scouts 1912-2012" stamped on back.

100th Anniversary Pin



Insignia Tab
The insignia tab holds the official membership pin and World Trefoil pin (sold seperately).

Insignia Tab



Membership Pin
This pin, shows that a girl is a member of Girl Scouts. It is worn on the Insignia Tab on the left side of the uniform, centered above the heart. Available in contemporary or traditional designs.


Membership Numeral Guard

The numerals show the total number of years (not necessarily continuous or consecutive) of registered membership, both as a girl and an adult, in any Girl Scout/Girl Guide organization. Numeral Guard



World Trefoil Pin
The World Trefoil Pin Shows that you are part of the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts (WAGGGS). All Girl Scouts age-levels (Daisy, Brownie, Junior, Girls 11-17, and Adult Girl Scouts) wear this pin on the left side of the uniform directly above the Membership Pin on the Insignia Tab.

Gold, Silver, and Bronze Award Pins

The Gold Award is the highest award a Senior or Ambassador Girl Scout can earn. The Silver Award is the highest award a Cadette Girl Scout can earn. The Bronze Award is the highest award a Junior Girl Scout can earn. Bronze AwardSilver AwardGold Award


Journey Summit Award Pin
The Journey Summit Award Pin is earned by girls who have completed all three National Leadership Journeys at their grade level. The colored border around each pin corresponds to their grade level.


Leadership Journey Awards
Girls earn awards by completing a Leadership Journey. Place them above the Cadette Journey Award Badges.
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Cookie Activity Pin
The cookie sale activity pin is an earned award that is worn to show participation in the Girl Scout Cookie Program after completing participation activities outlined in the Cookie Sale Activity Guide. The pin(s) are awarded each year in a different color.


Safety Award Pin
The updated Safety Award Pin is earned by following a five step process for staying safe. The color of the cross on the pin corresponds to the grade level color.

Cadette Leadership in Action Award Badges
Girls earn awards by mentoring Brownie Girl Scouts through their Leadership Journeys. LiA AwardsLiA AwardsLiA Awards

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