Girl Scout programs are designed to take girls on “journeys” which engage girls in discovering themselves, connecting with others and taking action to make the world a better place. Each is a unique journey that is rich in Girl Scout history, traditions and values. Journeys unfold through a sequence of activities and discussions that add up to a great adventure. At the end of a Journey, girls will cherish the awards they’ve earned along the way. All journeys have activities that focus on financial literacy, healthy living, science & technology and leadership.
Daisy Flower Garden: In this journey for kindergarteners and first-graders, a favorite pastime—gardening—meets the Girl Scout Law. The result is a journey of flowers and little girls who, together, do great things. Girl Scout Daisies will meet colorful, global characters who teach them to live the Girl Scout Law. Daisies participate in biology and environmental activities, and learn life lessons of making new friends, and being kind to one another.
Brownie Quest: This quest, has second-and third-graders traveling along two colorful trails, one they can enjoy on their own and one they explore with their Girl Scout group. Along the Quest, Girl Scout Brownies will be inspired to lead their own Take Action projects. Brownies learn from each other and learn what it means to be a team, as well as learn how the world is connected.
Agent of Change: Power! In this journey, for fourth–and–fifth graders, there’s a whole spiral of it waiting for Girl Scout Juniors. This powerful journey is filled with real-life heroines, and along the way, girls learn how their own power combines into team power and then moves out to become community power. Juniors learn how to make change last, and how to motivate others.
aMaze!: Life is a maze of relationships and this journey for sixth, seventh and eighth graders has Girl Scout Cadettes maneuvering through all its twists and turns to find true friendships, plenty of confidence, and even peace. Girls learn about behaviors, internet safety, take on their own projects and learn about conflict resolution.
GIRLtopia: Girl Scout Seniors know the world is not ideal. This journey for ninth–and–tenth graders is their chance to imagine a perfect world—for girls. They’re invited to create their vision and then take action to make their vision a reality. Leaders, after all, are visionaries! Girls learn to express themselves and learn to listen to others and how to plan for their success.
Your Voice, Your World: The Power of Advocacy: Girls often see something that needs to be changed and wonder, “Why isn’t someone doing something about that?” This journey, for eleventh–and–twelfth graders gives Girl Scout Ambassadors a way to be that someone–an advocate with the power to start the first flutter of real and lasting change. While creating their own “butterfly effect”, they’ll learn skills—such as networking, planning, and speaking up for what they believe—that will prepare them for life beyond high school.