Girl Scouts has rolled out 42 new badges in Outdoor High Adventure,
Cybersecurity, Space Science, and Coding for Daisy through
Ambassador Girl Scouts.
Girls can make their own choices about how they want to experience
and influence the world.
The new badges enhance Girl Scouts' girl-led programming, offering
girls everything from adventuring in the snow or mountains to learning
how to use coding to solve problems they care about.
Girls choose their own adventure
with these unique two-in-one badges that let girls decide which
activity they’ll participate in. Whether trail running, hiking,
snowboarding, or tree climbing, there’s an outdoor activity perfectly
suited to every girl’s interest, skill level, and age.
It’s a great big world, and every day Girl Scouts work to make
it a better place. These updated activities inspire girls to think
globally as they explore and change the world.
World Thinking Day
Girl Scouts celebrate World Thinking
Day (February 22) by exploring this year’s theme of “Diversity,
Equity, and Inclusion,” connecting with the global sisterhood of Girl
Guides and Girl Scouts and completing a Take Action project to make
their communities more diverse, equitable, and inclusive.
Global Action Award
Girls participate in activities that
address the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goal 5: Gender
Equality and complete a Take Action project to promote gender equality
in their communities and beyond.
Current volunteers can log in to Volunteer Toolkit to see how to
superpower your troop year with the exciting new opportunities for