Which One Are You?
As a Daisy Girl Scout you will expand your world as you meet in groups of five to 10 girls with two or more adult leaders in a nurturing environment. You might go on trips, learn about nature and science, and explore the arts and your communities. You will learn the Girl Scout Law and Promise. Daisy Girl Scouts can also earn Learning Petals and participation patches.
Be adventurous and bold as you explore the world around you. Brownies do lots of fun and exciting things together. You can earn Try-Its, go on adventures in your community and beyond. Discover friendship, fun and age-appropriate activities at your Brownie Girl Scout meeting. Who knows how far you can go with your imagination and a few adults to help guide you?
Become an agent of change and discover the ”power of one” and the ”power of team.” Join with other Junior Girl Scouts to plan and do amazing things and discover what girl power is all about. You will become more confident and courageous with every step you take to explore the world with your new BFFs and your troop/group leaders, and earn badges and patches to commemorate your Journey.
How many people does it take to make a friendship? How many people does it take to make peace in the world? As a Cadette you can navigate your own course or join with other girls to plan and carry out fun events, amazing new adventures, and community projects, all designed to create healthy and long-lasting relationships.
Imagine a world that is perfect. Let’s call it Girltopia. As a Senior Girl Scout you will be challenged to envision an ideal world and use your imagination and courage to take action to move closer to Girltopia. Senior Girl Scouts are leaders. This is your time to put your skills to their best use.
At this level of Girl Scouting you won’t be asking, “Who’s doing something about it?” You will be doing something. Ambassadors learn to advocate for issues that are important to them. You can make a plan, present it to people of influence and create lasting change in the world, no matter where you begin.
Perhaps you are a girl-on-the-go who has no time for group meetings and sees herself as an individual with her own unique journey in mind. You can become a Individual Girl Member. This is a chance for you to be connected to all of the exciting adventures in Girl Scouts without joining a troop or group.