Girl Scouts of the USA has released 30 new badges and 2 new Journeys in environmental stewardship, space science, robotics, and more to help girls create positive change in their communities—and beyond!
With new badges and Journeys (available now!) for girls ages 5–18, the new programming enhances the time tested, one-of-a-kind leadership experience that has prepared countless women and girls to excel in life.Continue >
With time-honored, data-backed insight into the needs and interests of girls, Girl Scouts of the USA empowers 1.8 million girls to lead, learn, and thrive. The true heart of Girl Scouts is raising confident, independent, and successful young women in an environment of inclusion, safety, fun, and civic action.
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05 Jul 2018
Ambassador Girl Scout, Sakshi launched Project GREET in order to take action against human trafficking and child marriage as well as promote human rights for girls.
28 Jun 2018
Troop 62333 initiated a rock painting service project that joins their school with the City of Saratoga (#SaratogaROCKS) and a nationwide project called Kindness Rocks.
04 May 2018
Fairfield doesn’t have a place for students to play badminton, so to earn her Gold Award, Senior Girl Scout, Adrianna started Badminton Buddies, a place where the local high school students can practice and younger under-served youth can learn the sport.
25 Apr 2018
After seeing what looked to be a safety hazard near her school, Cadette Girl Scout, Cheyenne decided to take action, learn to weld, and make her school a safer place to earn her Silver Award.
16 Apr 2018
To earn her Gold Award, Ambassador Girl Scout, Mackenzie created hands-on lesson plans for kindergarteners in a rural area outside of Chico in northern California.