The personal progress program has added a new item -- the Honor Bee -- that YW, parents, and leaders can earn. Here is the information I've compiled on it:
The Honor Bee
"It is possible for every young woman to earn her medallion while in Young Women (see 'Tracking and Pacing,' Young Women Personal Progress, 89–90) and go on to earn an Honor Bee charm. ...
"A young woman may also be assisted and mentored by another young woman who has completed her own Personal Progress and is earning her Honor Bee charm (see Young Women Personal Progress, 83–84). The purpose is to strengthen each young woman as they serve one another, grow in faith and testimony, make righteous choices, and progress on the path to the temple. ...
"Is it possible to earn the Honor Bee charm without first earning the medallion or to work on both the medallion and an Honor Bee at the same time? The Honor Bee charm is earned after a young woman has earned her Young Womanhood Recognition medallion (including the requirements of virtue). The requirements for the Honor Bee include reading the Book of Mormon again and doing an additional 40 hours of service. The service must include mentoring another young woman with her Personal Progress. The purpose of the Honor Bee is to encourage and acknowledge a young woman’s ongoing progress. We hope a young woman will always be reading the Book of Mormon. Once she concludes her reading for the virtue value project she may begin reading again and count it toward her future Honor Bee. The required hours of service and mentoring of another young woman would begin after she has earned her medallion. Leaders and parents can assist a young woman in planning her additional service and guide her as she mentors other young women so all are strengthened as they continue on the path to the temple.
"Can a young woman earn an Honor Bee charm if she has earned her medallion but did not complete the requirements for the value of virtue? If a young woman has already finished Personal Progress and earned her medallion but did not complete the requirements for the value of virtue, she should first complete the additional requirements and earn the new medallion. She may then go on to earn an Honor Bee charm.
"Can a young woman earn more than one Honor Bee charm? A young woman can earn an Honor Bee charm as many times as she completes the requirements. She may not earn an Honor Bee until after she has earned the Young Womanhood Recognition medallion, including the value of virtue and its associated requirements. Once she has earned one Honor Bee, she may begin work on her next Honor Bee.
"Can mothers, leaders, and others earn the Young Women value ribbons, get a bookmark, and earn an Honor Bee charm? Mothers, leaders, and others who are working with young women on Personal Progress may receive all the associated recognition items as they are earned. With the exception of the bookmark which is optional, these items should be paid for with local budget allowance funds. The purchase and awarding of these items should be coordinated through the Young Women leaders."
(From the Questions about Personal Progress FAQ)
"When a young woman completes the Personal Progress requirements before leaving Young Women, she should be invited to help other young women who are still working on Personal Progress. She should also be encouraged to earn an Honor Bee or begin the program again. ...
"Young women may work at their own pace in the Personal Progress program; however, it is recommended that a young woman complete at least one value experience each month and one value project every six months (two a year). If she starts working when she enters Young Women at age 12 and continues at this suggested pace, she will finish when she is 16. She will then have two years to earn an Honor Bee or begin the program again as suggested on page 83."