Girl Scout Cadette: Grades 6-8 

Discovering Talents, Finding Connections!

As a Girl Scout Cadette, you can mix and match activities to suit your needs. Whether you want to play guitar or design your own dress for the dance, you can learn how while earning a badge or charm or just try it for fun! Girl Scout Cadettes connect with each other and build self-esteem and confidence in their skills as they really start to find out who they are and what they want to become. Cadettes can also participate in other Girl Scout Pathways and do not have to be part of a troop.

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!

 

North Muskegon/RP

Join us for an Amazing Race styled beach party. Compete in beach themed clues and challenges. Girl.. more

Camp Sakakawea

Come and help put camp to sleep for the winter. Help us take down tents, rake leaves, and so much m.. more

Frankfort Elementary School

Design an apron and chef's hat, mix up frosting colors and create a fabulously decorated cupcake! F.. more

Betsy Cutler House, Muskegon

Habitat for Scouts: Come and explore the different habitats of Michigan. Hike through five different.. more

Camp Anna Behrens

Come and help put camp to sleep for the winter. Help us take down tents, rake leaves, and so much m.. more

Camp Anna Behrens

Come and help put camp to sleep for the winter. Help us take down tents, rake leaves, and so much m.. more

Ludington Little House

A highly encouraged but not required to earn the Silver Award. Requirements are listed in The G.. more

Traverse City Service Center

Cadette Leadership Courses - For girls in grades 6 - 8. To earn the Cadette Program Aide Award y.. more

Grand Valley State University, Allendale

Get the college experience by visiting Grand Valley State University's Allendale campus and interact.. more

Mud Room, Ada

Sculpt a lump of clay into a bowl or vessel on a spinning potter’s wheel, then paint your proj.. more

Camp Sakakawea

Help us celebrate Juliette Gordon Low's Birthday. Make SWAPS, Stand on your head, munch on light sn.. more

Mud Room, Ada

Sculpt a lump of clay into a bowl or vessel on a spinning potter’s wheel, then paint your proj.. more

Betsy Cutler House, Muskegon

Daddy Daughter Fishing Derby: Bring your dads and bring your daughters! Join us for brunch and a fun.. more

Inland Lakes Elementary School, Cheboygan

Design an apron and chef's hat, mix up frosting colors and create a fabulously decorated cupcake! F.. more

St. Paul United Methodist Church, Cheboygan

Design an apron and chef's hat, mix up frosting colors and create a fabulously decorated cupcake! F.. more

Virtual

Register for our new virtual program DeSTEAMber. We will provide daily instructions for science, te.. more

Camp Daggett, Petoskey

Spend the evening on the ropes course at the Adventure Center at Camp Daggett. Evening also includes.. more

Loomis Lodge, Newaygo

Cadette, Seniors and Ambassadors - Design an apron and chef's hat, mix up frosting colors and create.. more

Camp Anna Behrens

Join us for a day of wacky winter fun! Try snowshoeing or cross-country skiing, maybe for the first .. more

“I got a badge for doing something I love – cooking!” – Haylee
“My favorite part of Girl Scouting is Resident Camp. I got to learn how to canoe with my friends!” – Katrina
“Last year my troop got to take a trip to Chicago. We saw a play and ate at a cool restaurant.” – Lauren

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 Cadettes:
  • Rafting down rapids with a river guide.
  • Attending a Broadway play on a trip to NYC.
  • Painting a mural on a community building.
  • Spending a week as a horse "wrangler" at resident camp.
  • Traveling with a group of girls from around the country on a Girl Scout Destinations trip.
  • Earning a Girl Scout Silver Award (download Guidelines here). 
  • Taking part in a Girl Scout Journey - an eight week themed program developed just for girls like you!


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