Girl Scout Ambassador: Grades 11-12

Seeing the World, Changing the World!

As the end of high school gets closer and closer, the world for Girl Scout Seniors gets bigger and bigger! Young women are shown a world of opportunities in Girl Scouting through travel, service, events and activities that are designed to instill in you confidence and leadership as you enter adulthood. As busy as life can get for girls your age, there is still a space for Girl Scouts. Be a part of a group or participate in occasional events and clubs on your own. What you do is up to you!

And you're never too old to join! If you are not already a Girl Scout, you don't have to worry about what you've missed - just look forward to what you can expereince NOW!

 

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“The Girl Scouts have taught me many valuable life lessons and skills that I know will be beneficial as I enter into the next phase of my life.” – Kathryn

“I’ve had so many great experiences and have made tons of great friends. Girl Scouts has been one of the highlights of my life growing up!” – Sarah
“I am so grateful to everyone that has made Girl Scouts possible for me for so many years. It’s been a large part of my life and I wouldn’t trade the experience for anything.” - Mindy

Girls now have three series of National Leadership Journeys to choose from! It's Your World - Change It, It's Your Planet - Love It, and It's Your Story - Tell It! On every Leadership Journey, everything girls do—whether it's performing science experiments, creating art projects, cooking simple meals, or learning to protect the planet's water supply—is aimed at giving them the benefits of the Girl Scout "Keys to Leadership": Discover, Connect, Take Action. Learn about all the Girl Scout Journeys here



Typical Activities for Girl Scout Ambassadors:
  • Exploring future college and career options with a young adult mentor.
  • Learning how to save a life.
  • Designing your own website.
  • Joining a group or club for special interests like self-defense or backpacking.
  • Becoming a Counselor-in-Training for younger girls at summer resident camp.
  • Gaining service hours and leadership skills for college and life by serving on a teen board or training as a Mackinac Island Honor Scout.
  • Traveling across the country or around the world to explore culture, science, the outdoors and more through Girl Scout Destinations.
  • Earning a Girl Scout Gold Award (download Guidelines here).  
  • Taking part in a Girl Scout Journey - an eight week themed program developed just for teens like you.
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