Girl Scout Ambassadors (Grade 11-12)

What They Can Do

  • Girl Scout Ambassadors work on leadership and life skills
  • Learn to help their community through Take Action Projects
  • Get good advice and insight into career exploration
  • Enjoy opportunities to travel and see the world
  • Plan their Girl Scout Gold Award Project
  • Learn about scholarship opportunities

Journeys

amb-flyIt’s Your World - Change It!

Your Voice Your World — The Power of Advocacy: How often have you seen something that really needed to be changed and wondered, “Why isn’t someone doing something about that?” Guess what? You can be that someone! All it takes is your voice joining with other voices and pretty soon, you’ll see just how powerful advocacy can really be. So go ahead, start the winds of change with your own little flutter—be a Girl Scout Ambassador and an advocate.

amb-yyIt’s Your Planet - Love It!

Justice: We all know what it is. Why is it so hard to achieve? Maybe it needs a brand-new equation—your equation. On this journey, doing the math + some very sage ways = real hope for inspiring justice—for all of Earth and her inhabitants.

amb-butterflyIt’s Your Story - Tell It!

BLISS: Live It! Give It!: Girl Scout Ambassadors learn to dream big, now and for their future, and begin their legacy as leaders who help others achieve their dreams too.

The Girl's Guide to Girl Scouting

Everyone knows that Girl Scouts have badges. But The Girl's Guide to Girl Scouting has more than just exciting, new badges for every age level. Each guide contains:

  • A colorful, easy-to-use binder specially designed for girls at each level. The binder comes chock full of essential information and badge activities—plus girls get to customize their own experience by choosing and adding in additional badge sets.
  • Legacy, Financial Literacy, and Cookie Business badge activities-or, for Girl Scout Daisies, petal and leaf activities.
  • A detailed diagram showing where girls place the badges, pins, or awards with pride on their vests or sashes.
  • Ideas to help girls tie their badges right into their Journeys.
  • Vintage illustrations and quotes from Girl Scout history to help girls feel connected to the proud traditions of the past.
  • An awards log showing girls every award and badge available at their level, as well as the entire badge program at every level, so girls can see how their skills will grow in Girl Scouting.

Girl Scout Gold Award

The Girl Scout Gold Award is the highest award that a Girl Scout Seniors and Ambassadors may earn. Click here and click here for more information.

destinations

Girl Scout destinations - your Passport to travel across your state, your country, your globe. Get psyched for the time of your life. If you could find a suitcase as a link that would be great! Click here for more information

GSESC Scholarship Opportunities

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How to Join

Joining Girl Scouts is simple! Contact the Service Center closest to you. Call the North Charleston Service Center at (843) 552-9910 or the Florence Service Center at (843) 669-5174.

Email us at info@girlscoutsesc.org

Ways of participation (takes the leader section)

As girl progress through Girl Scouting, many find that they don’t have time for a traditional troop setting. Girls can choose a “Pathway” to participate that offer the freedom to tailor their level of involvement to fit their schedule and lifestyle. She can choose one, all, or some of the options – camp, events, series, troop, travel and virtual* (*still in development).

Uniform

Girl Scout Ambassadors wear the Girl Scout Membership Pin, showing they belong to Girl Scouts of the USA, and the World Trefoil Pin, signifying membership in a worldwide Movement.

Girl Scouts at each grade level have one required element (Tunic, Sash or Vest) for the display of official pins and awards which will be required when girls participate in ceremonies or officially represent the Girl Scout Movement.

Girl Scout Ambassadors wear a khaki vest or sash combined with their own solid white shirts and khaki pants or skirts. Girl Scouts in high school can also wear a scarf that unites their look with the sisterhood of Girl Scouts around the world.