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Why should your daughter be a Girl Scout?

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Ever wonder what all the hype about joining the Girl Scouts is all about?? If you were not a Girl Scout or a Brownie as a child, you are probably thinking”I don’t get it. Why would we want to sign up for that? We don’t even camp.”

 

REALITY IS – LIFE IS HARD. ESPECIALLY TODAY.

WE NEED TO SURROUND OUR GIRLS WITH WAYS TO BRING THEM FRIENDSHIP. JOY. LIFE SKILLS. CONFIDENCE.

 

This is what the Girl Scouts can do for your daughter.

Every Girl Scout has their own curiosity, dreams, and talents—so when they come together to decide which of the thousands of Girl Scout activities to try, the sky’s the limit. Whether visiting an animal shelter, camping, hosting a dance-off, or filming a movie—they’re learning to take risks, trust their gut, and team up with others for good.

The secret sauce holding it all together? Joy.

Forever friendship is a powerful thing. It’s what gives Girl Scouts the confidence to be themselves, unapologetically. It’s what makes them feel safe enough to try new things and cheer each other on in tough times. It’s the support that can get them up on tough mornings, help them raise their hand in class, and even climb to the top of a mountain.

It’s easy to make new friends as a Girl Scout.

From joining a troop to spending a week at summer camp, Girl Scouts have the chance to meet others from their neighborhood, community, and nearby schools. They may even meet local leaders during a service project!

A space to be yourself.

A squad that will cheer you on. A chance to try new things. That’s what being a Girl Scout is all about. Your Girl Scout community is a place to call your own, test your limits, and have a blast.

Make an impact on your community.

Restock the local food pantry. Beautify your school’s playground. Making the world a better place is all in a day’s work for a Girl Scout. Take it to the next level when you earn the Girl Scout Bronze, Silver, or Gold Awards—our highest awards—to make a sustainable impact.

Learn new skills.

Then take those badge skills further with Journey award or a Girl Scout Bronze, Silver, or Gold Award. A Journey award allows Girl Scouts to show they know how to take action and make a difference in their community.

If this has piqued your interest, visit www.gssjc.org today for more information on joining or forming a troop.Let’s help support our girls and give them an opportunity to shine.

No adventure is too big for a Girl Scout.

From discovering new museums to camping at a state park all weekend, there are as many ways to discover adventure as there are Girl Scouts. Go with a buddy or your entire troop and try something new.

Troop Grade Levels

Daisies K-1st Grade

Brownies Grades 2-3

Juniors Grades 4-5

Cadettes Grades 6-8

Seniors Grades 9-10

Ambassadors Grades 11-12

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