Find out who she is, what she cares about, and what her talents are.
At Girl Scouts, she’ll get to lead her own adventure (it’s her world!) and team up with other girls in an all-girl environment to choose the exciting, hands-on activities that interest her most.
The idea is to learn by doing, and at Girl Scouts, she’ll do lots of it.
She’ll be inspired to discover her talents and passions in a safe and supportive all-girl setting. She’ll join with other Girl Scouts and people in her community—and together, they’ll take action to change the world.
Along the way, she’ll gain important skills in four areas that form the foundation of the Girl Scout Leadership Experience:
- Science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM)
- Life Skills
While she may be exposed to these subjects at school, in other youth programs, or even on her own, at Girl Scouts she’ll experience them in a unique way that puts her on a path to a lifetime of leadership, adventure, and success. And because our program is girl-led, girls decide what they’ll do, together.
The Result? A Lifetime of Leadership!
At Girl Scouts, “Can I?” quickly turns into “I will!” as girls transform their ideas into action, turn their questions into adventure, and grow their confidence through practice. And with more than 60 million other G.I.R.L.s to cheer them on every step of the way, there’s no limit to what they can—and will—accomplish.
In fact, being a Girl Scout helps girls thrive in five key ways. As a Girl Scout, she:
• Develops a strong sense of self
• Displays positive values
• Seeks challenges and learns from setbacks
• Forms and maintains healthy relationships
• Learns to identify and solve problems in her community
Delivering Fun with Purpose
To bring the Girl Scout Leadership Experience to life, activities
are led by girls themselves, feature cooperative learning, and
highlight learning by doing. Girls come up with their own ideas, build
teams, and experience the joy of making a positive impact. At Girl
Scouts, she will:
Collaborate with other people, both locally and globally, to learn from others and expand her horizons.
Do something to make the world a better place.