Junior Journeys

Choose a journey…add The Girl’s Guide to Girl Scouting… you’ve got the Girl Scout Leadership Experience for Juniors. Journeys use the three keys to leadership: Discover, Connect and Take Action. There are three Junior leadership journeys to choose from; each has its own book with its own theme and awards. During their journey girls will discover their values and skills, connect with others, and take action to make the world a better place.

How Juniors Use the Journeys and Girl's Guide To Girl Scouting

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Agent of Change

Agent of Change
A fashion-savvy spider named Dez shows Juniors how they can combine their own power into team power and use it to spark community power. When Juniors learn how the “power of one,” “power of team,” and “power of community,” work together they not only make their own communities better but have impact around the globe.
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This journey invites Juniors to engage their minds and hearts as they explore the many forms, uses, and misuses of energy. From paper-making experiments to making beads from newspapers and magazines to forming a "perpetual human motion machine," Juniors will find that GET MOVING! is crammed full of energizing stuff to make and do! GET MOVING! challenges girls to safeguard Earth’s precious energy resources by using their leadership skills—their ability to energize themselves and others, and their ability to investigate and innovate.
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In aMUSE, Juniors gain an understanding of just how limitless their potential can be as they fuse storytelling with the many roles—real and creative—that the world offers. They’ll have fun trying on roles and learning about people and the power of real-life action and leadership.

Next >> Add More Badges and Use Them with the Girl's Guide to Girl Scouting

The Girl's Guide to Girl Scouting is designed to complement the journeys at each grade level. This means that each Skill-Building Badge Set (there are currently three; each is sold separately from the Girl’s Guide) is tied to one of the three journeys. You’ll find that doing a journey and the related badge set at the same time will make it easy to offer the entire National Program Portfolio—journeys and badges—in a seamless way.

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