Tessa Brazda of Lincoln was just lately honored with the Pat Meyer Nebraska Gold Girl Scout of Difference Award for incredible initiatives to make the entire world a far better position.
In addition to Brazda, this year’s award recipients are Madelynn Carbaugh of Omaha and Alora Nowlin of Council Bluffs, Iowa.
“These Gold Award Female Scouts have demonstrated their leadership abilities by very first completing their Lady Scout Gold Award and then remaining chosen as the ideal 3 Gold Award Girl Scouts in our condition, our Nebraska Younger Gals of Difference,” explained Fran Marshall, main govt officer of Female Scouts Spirit of Nebraska.
On top of that, Rebecca Kucera of Omaha was awarded the Linda Bakula Willis Nebraska Gold Lady Scout of Distinction Award.
Each younger female gained her Gold Award — the greatest accomplishment in Female Scouting — by pinpointing an situation, organizing a crew, making a approach and using action to make a sustainable affect in her community.
Brazda founded a mentoring method for overseas exchange college students to support with research challenges, homesickness, isolation and residing in a new neighborhood. The College student Ambassador Method pairs trade pupils with an American scholar at Lincoln Lutheran Significant University and supplies details about Lincoln.
Each and every award recipient dealt with a nearby problem that relates to a national or world concern, which includes protecting against bullying, mentoring international exchange learners, supporting teen victims of sexual assault and courting violence, or improving alternatives for pupils to study new languages.