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We know she wants to make a difference in the world—and have fun doing it. She’ll be able to do just that when she goes on a Girl Scout Journey, a larger unit of learning that often incorporates more than one badge and a Take Action project, as well.


She’ll team up with friends to:


  • Identify a problem she wants to do something about

  • Come up with a creative solution that will make a difference

  • Create a team plan to make that solution a reality

  • Put her plan into action

  • Talk about what she learned—and what she can’t wait to do next!

There are three traditional series of Journeys to choose from at every grade level as well as new STEM and Outdoor Journeys, too. 

Check out the new STEM and Outdoor Journeys!


She’ll pick the Journey topic that interests her most, whether it’s caring for animals, helping others get healthy and fit, spreading kindness, saving the planet, taking a stand for girls, exploring STEM—or anything else that’s really important to her.


As she goes on her Journey, she’ll earn awards to put on her uniform. This will let others know about the awesome things she’s done—and remind her of what she accomplished and the fun she had along the way.

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