Identify a problem they want to do something about
She wants to explore new things, connect with friends and her community, and make a difference in the world. And she’ll be able to do just that when she and her troop experience a Girl Scout Journey.
She’ll team up with friends to:
Identify a problem you want to do something about
Create a team plan to make that solution a reality
Put their plan into action
Talk about what they’ve learned and what they’ll do next
Every Girl Scout grade level has different Journeys to choose from that include a sustainable Take Action project and all the exploration, discovery, and adventure to power a lifetime of leadership and success!
It’s Your World—Change It!
Whether it’s planting a garden, painting a mural, or launching a letter-writing campaign, Girl Scouts of all ages experience unique advocacy challenges, complete Take Action projects, and discover what it means to be a leader who makes a difference in the world.
It’s Your Planet—Love It!
Girls learn about environmental topics, such as clean water and air, noise pollution, global warming, soil contamination, and agriculture. Each Journey is packed with current environmental information and offers ways to improve life for everyone on the planet through a Take Action project.
It’s Your Story—Tell It!
Girls tell their stories through a range of creative approaches. Exploring important themes, such as developing a strong sense of self, navigating healthy relationships, and promoting well-being and confidence in themselves and others, gets girls involved in discussions about thinking critically and ready to complete a Take Action project.
Engineering: Think Like an Engineer
Girls discover how to think like an engineer by participating in hands-on design challenges and completing a Take Action project.
Computer Science: Think Like a Programmer
Girls learn how programmers solve problems by participating in computational-thinking activities and completing a Take Action project.
Outdoor STEM: Think Like a Citizen Scientist
Girls make observations and collect data by doing a citizen science project and completing a Take Action project.
Girls get outside to explore and enjoy nature while completing a sustainable Take Action project. Fun activities ranging from backyard camping to high-adventure exploration build essential outdoor skills and inspire girls to become environmental stewards.
Because Girls Scouts is girl-led, she and her troop will pick the topic that interests them the most, whether it’s caring for animals; taking a stand for girls; exploring science, technology, engineering, or math (STEM); helping others; spreading kindness; protecting the environment; or anything else important to her.
As she and her Girl Scout friends go on their Journey, they’ll earn awards to put on their uniform, letting others know about the awesome things they’ve done as a troop so that they can take pride in what they’ve accomplished and the amazing experiences they’ve had along the way.