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Scholarships and Awards

Scholarships and Awards


Applicant Information Form (Word)  (PDF)

Reference Form (Word) (PDF)

 

GSEP is pleased to announce the Awards and Scholarships available to Girl Scout Cadettes, Seniors and Ambassadors for next year. Each award listed below has different criteria, requirements, and application processes. Please browse through the Scholarship and Award Guide and read the materials linked below. Consider the Girl Scouts in your lives who you think would qualify for any of the following awards. All nominees must be currently registered Girl Scouts of Eastern Pennsylvania. Click here to download an overview of all scholarship and award requirements.

 

Dotti Martin Educational Scholarship Fund (Word) (PDF) and Dotti Martin Biography (Word) (PDF)
Elizabeth G. Dorsett Memorial Scholarship (Word) (PDF)

Friends of Camp Sunset Hill Scholarship (Word) (PDF)

GSEP Graduating Senior Scholarship (Word) (PDF)

Helen Bartberger Scholarship (Word) (PDF)

Janet And Solomon Eshner Scholarship (Word) (PDF)

Judy Borie Award (Word) (PDF)

Kiwanis Scholarship Fund (Word) (PDF)

Margaret Glenn Estey Award (Word) (PDF)

Maurice Seltzer Science and Math Award (Word) (PDF)

Monae Ragsdale-Mabrey Scholarship Fund (Word) (PDF)

Muriel E. Lehman Award (Word) (PDF)

Renee Carol Harper Memorial Scholarship Fund (Word) (PDF)

Union League of Philadelphia Good Citizenship Award (Word) (PDF)


Girl Scouts of the U.S.A. National Lifesaving Awards

Recognition may be given to any registered Girl Scout from 5 through 17 years of age where evidence presented in accordance with prescribed regulations shows that she saved or attempted to save a life under circumstances that indicate heroism or risk of her own life. Recognition cannot be given to anyone who is in any way the cause of or contributory to the incident, or where it appears that the risk involved was merely in the performance of duty or meeting of an obligation.

 

Bronze Cross
Given for saving life or attempting to save life with risk to the candidate’s own life.

 

Medal of Honor
Given for saving life or attempting to save life without risk to the candidate’s own life.

 

Life Saving Awards Packet (Word) (PDF)