Groups of Girl Scouts from the same community, called troops, typically meet weekly or bi-weekly for an hour or two. Hand-in-hand with adult volunteers—often parents or caregivers—girls select exciting hands-on activities and projects, try new things, and cheer each other on.
In a troop, girls earn badges for each new skill they learn and
challenge they overcome. Badges are grouped into four areas—outdoors,
entrepreneurship, STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math),
and life skills. Girls can also participate in events hosted by our
council and go to camp. As girls enter middle school, they can dig
deep into what interests them—they might learn to code, make a PSA,
travel to new places, or go on an outdoor adventure. There's also the
potential for earning college scholarships!
What are you waiting for? Join today!