Please complete the following Learning Log in order to receive credit for this course. Don't hesitate to refer back to the training for the answers. Thank you!

* 1. Please enter your contact information.

* 2. Please identify the county in which you reside.

* 3. Please indicate how you participate in Girl Scouts.

* 4. As a prerequisite for the Gold Award, how many Senior or Ambassador level Journeys do you have to earn?

* 5. As part of the discovering your community activity, you were asked to draw a picture of your ideal community. Please list 2 items that you included in your ideal community.

* 6. After drawing your ideal community, you were asked to reflect on the drawing and look for items that might be missing. What is one item you discovered was missing?

* 7. A Gold Award project focuses on a need:

* 8. You completed an Issue Mapping activity to investigate a possible topic, its causes and effects. What topic did you choose to map? (the idea in the center)

* 9. What were two causes of your issue? (for example, in the training, car accidents were caused by bad roads and distracted driving)

* 10. Who selects your project?

* 11. Who approves your project?

* 12. Who should be the advisor for your project?

* 13. How many hours of participation are required for your Gold Award?

* 14. How much money can you raise for another organization as part of your project?

* 15. As part of the overall participation hours, how many hours can you devote to fundraising (such as soliciting donations) before you need approval?

Remember: Gold Award projects are NOT about fundraising. A project that focuses on simply raising money for another organization is not a Gold Award project. You may need money, materials, or other donations to make your project happen, and that is when fundraising is appropriate. Follow the guidelines in the Gold Award Toolkit to make sure you are fundraising appropriately.

* 16. How long do you have to finish your requirements and paperwork?

* 17. When you finish your Gold Award project, you should: