As a Girl Scout, your girl will try new things and make new friends. She will discover her personal best; connect with others, locally and globally; and take action to make the world a better place.
Being in a troop is only one way to be a Girl Scout, and it may or may not be the best option for your daughter and your family. You have many choices for Girl Scout participation.
Events: Standalone program offerings; examples include a career event for Seniors and Ambassadors, or a leadership conference for teenage Girl Scouts.
Series: A sequence of sessions related to a specific theme with the same group of girls for a short duration.
Travel: Girls prepare, plan, earn money and participate in group travel, council-sponsored trips or nationally sponsored excursions.
Troop: The same group of girls participating in a variety of activities, usually over a span of nine to 12 months.
Virtual: An online Girl Scout community that provides girls with the opportunity to participate in Girl Scouting without regard to geographic location.