On her life skills journey, your girl can learn how to make a
difference in her community and world, hone her people skills, and
gain practical financial knowledge. Learn more about the life skills
journeys she can explore as a Girl Scout below.
Civic Engagement and Global Action: With a focus on preparing
girls to be active and informed members of their communities, Girl
Scouts offers Citizen badges for all grade levels, along with the
Silver Torch and Gold Torch awards for Cadettes, Seniors, and
Ambassadors. In addition, this year's new Civics badges and journeys
will teach girls about their local, state, and federal governments.
Girls learn how to act locally while thinking globally, and to
explore how their actions can make a lasting impact in their community
Community Service: Whether it’s through planting a garden,
painting a mural, or launching a letter-writing campaign, the It’s
Your World—Change It! Journey inspires Girl Scouts at every grade
level to take on unique leadership and advocacy challenges and
discover what it means to be a leader who makes a difference in the world.
Healthy Relationships: At every stage, from Daisy to
Ambassador, Girl Scouts form stronger connections with family,
friends, and their communities. Younger Girl Scouts (grades K–5) make
new friends as they strive to be considerate, caring, and kind. In
middle school, girls learn how to cope with bullying and relational
aggression. And as a Senior or Ambassador, she’ll hone her people
skills with her peers and her community, as she makes the world a
Financial Literacy: Grounded in real-life situations, Financial
Literacy journeys give girls a deeper understanding of financial
issues, providing them with insight, skills, and practical knowledge
in areas such as budgeting, philanthropy, making smart buying
decisions, financial planning, and more.