Everything you’ll do as a Daisy—from planting a garden to making new friends—sparkles with that "first time ever" newness. Along the way, you’ll use your energy and spirit to help others and take pride in making the world a better place. Every Daisy meeting is an adventure filled with sisterhood, giggles, learning, and fun.
If there’s one thing Junior Girl Scouts have, it’s confidence. Whether you’re making posters for a canned food drive, designing a website for your cookie business, planning a troop hike, or just raising your hand in class, you’ve got something to say. Together with other Junior Girl Scouts, you can put your skills to use improving your community—and earn the Girl Scout Bronze Award in the process.
Who’s ready to spread their wings? Girl Scout Seniors. Whether you’re learning how to change a tire, discovering how to get your dream job someday, or even packing your bags for an international trip, you’re on your way. You’re also making your mark on the world. When you create a plan and put it into action to make sustainable improvements in your community and beyond, you can earn the Girl Scout Gold Award.
Brownies are excitement personified. You can’t wait to explore your world, play new games, and share your interests—from bugs to ballet—with friends. Trying new things broadens your horizons and teaches you skills you can share with others. Learning to lead has never been so fun.
Girl Scout Cadettes have got this. From road trips and camping with your best friends to organizing an eco-friendly fashion show and livestreaming it, you’re sure of your abilities and use your growing independence to realize your dreams. When you research a problem in your community and take action to solve it, you can earn the Girl Scout Silver Award.
Girl Scout Ambassadors don’t just follow in others’ footsteps—they carve their own paths. Your innovative thinking, optimism, and ability to bring people together inspires everyone around you. And when you combine your passions with a plan, you can be a real world-changer. Your vision, experience, and dedication are all you need to get on the path toward becoming a Gold Award Girl Scout.