What Do Girls Do in Girl Scouts?
 
Girl Scouts earn badges, hike and camp, participate in the cookie program, and much more. They improve neighborhoods, protect the planet, design robots, and establish sports clinics. See what a great Girl Scout year can look like for each grade level:
 
Girl Scout Daisy BadgesWhat Daisies Do (PDF) Girl Scout Cadette BadgesWhat Cadettes Do (PDF)
Girl Scout Brownie BadgesWhat Brownies Do (PDF) Girl Scout Senior BadgesWhat Seniors Do (PDF)
Girl Scout Junior BadgesWhat Juniors Do (PDF) Girl Scout Ambassador BadgesWhat Ambassadors Do (PDF)
 
 


Badges & Awards
 
Girls earn Girl Scout Journey Awards while working on the three Leadership Journeys. Each Journey also has associated Badge Sets girls can earn in conjuntion with the Journey.
 
In addition, girls can also work on Legacy Badges, which focus on particular skills, such as cooking, artistry, sports, first aid, outdoors, civic engagement, and Girl Scout Ways. Each Girl Scout level from Brownie to Ambassador has a badge that fits into these seven skills themes, so as girls progress from one level to another they can build on what they've learned with age-appropriate activities.
 
Each Girl Scout level also has its own Financial Literacy Badges and Cookie Busines Badges.
 
Finally, Girl Scout Juniors can work toward their Girl Scout Bronze Award. Girl Scout Cadettes can work toward the Girl Scout Silver Award. And Girl Scout Seniors and Ambassadors can work toward their Girl Scout Gold Award, the highest award a Girl Scout can earn.