Girl Scouts earn badges, hike and camp, participate in the cookie program, and much more. They improve neighborhoods, protect the planet, design robots, and establish sports clinics. Explore some of our flexible options.
The Camp Pathway features day, weekend and resident experiences that introduce and explore the out-of-doors. A defining characteristic of this Pathway is that it is an outdoor, condensed experience.
Events are stand-alone offerings. The primary difference between the Event Pathway and other pathways is that different girls participate in each event, as opposed to one group of girls coming together regularly.
Series offerings are a sequence of linked program sessions - offered by the Council or community partners - that relate to a specific theme or purpose and feature cumulative, sequential experiential learning. Each girl chooses to participate in the entire series as a complete program package; series may be short-term or longer-term. The intent is to engage the same group of girls throughout the entire series of program opportunities.
The Travel Pathway offers girls leadership opportunities and cross-cultural understanding through local, regional, national, and international travel. Girls prepare, plan, money-earn and participate through group travel, Council-sponsored trips or nationally sponsored excursions.
The Troop Pathway offers the same group of girls the opportunity to participate in a variety of activities, usually over the span of nine to twelve months. Girls may join at any time during the troop year.
Please note: A troop that also goes camping, attends events and travels as a group is still operating in the Troop Pathway, not the Camp, Event or Travel Pathway.