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Girl Scout accomplishments are an excellent way to give any college or scholarship application that “something extra” to help you stand out from the crowd. Check out these scholarships for Girl Scouts!


Award of Excellence 

The Award of Excellence scholarship recognizes distinguished Gold Award recipients and helps you pursue your higher education!

  • Application: download here (doc) or here (pdf). 
  • Due: April 30, 2022
  • Award Amount: up to $5,000

You can apply for this scholarship if:

  1. You’re a Gold Award Girl Scout
  2. You’re a registered Girl Scout in our council
  3. You’re younger than 22 years old
  4. You will be enrolled as a full-time student at an accredited college or university for the 2022-23 academic year. 

Girl Scouts in the process of earning the Gold Award may apply for this scholarship if your Gold Award Proposal has been approved by April 29, 2022. The scholarship is contingent upon the successful completion of your project and having your Gold Award Final Report Form approved by August 17, 2022.


Val Manuel Take Action Travelship 

The Val Manuel Take Action Travelship supports girls who complete a Take Action project in relation to a travel experience—either on the trip or back at home. Learn more and apply

  • Application: Due May 1.
  • Award Amount: Up to $1500 

You can apply for this scholarship if:

  1. You’re a registered Girl Scout in our council, in grades 8-12
  2. You complete a Take Action project as part of your travel experience
  3. You led a Take Action project that reaches beyond the Girl Scout community

Prudential Spirit of Community Awards

The Prudential Spirit of Community Awards honor young people in grades 5-12 who are making a positive difference in their community through their volunteer work! Learn more about the Prudential Spirit of Community Awards


Pride Foundation Scholarship Program

The Pride Foundation offers more than $700,000 in scholarship funds to LGBTQA youth who are pursuing post-secondary education. These scholarships are specifically for teens living in the northwest. Find out more about the Pride Foundation scholarship program.


Links Incorporated, Greater Seattle Scholarships

The Links Incorporated, Greater Seattle (WA) Chapter, offers a variety of scholarships to outstanding students of African American descent who reside in King, Snohomish, Kitsap, Clallam, or Jefferson county. Some of the eligibility requirements include demonstrated leadership, academic achievement, and financial need. Applications must be submitted by March 31. For more information, visit The Links Incorporated website.

More Scholarship Opportunities

Check out our commendation letters and scholarship opportunities resources and scholarship information from Girl Scouts of the USA.

Do you know about a scholarship that recognizes Girl Scouts that should be added to this page? Have you earned a scholarship for your Girl Scout accomplishments? Let us know!