Being a Girl Scout Parent
From community service projects to summer camp, travel opportunities to career exploration, Girl Scouts participate in enriching, skill-building activities that give them the tools and opportunties to become exactly who they want to be. Through experiences that build confidence, creativity and important life skills, today's Girl Scouts develop real world leadership abilities.
Girl Scout membership is open to girls between the ages of 5 and 17. Girl Scouts are divided into age levels, with program opportunities to meet the needs of each age group.
Daisies (grades K-1): Daisies might try finger painting or a field trip to the zoo.
Brownies (grades 2-3): Brownies could make s'mores over a campfire, or earn the "inventor" badge for a scientific project
Juniors (grades 4-5): Juniors might go on an overnight camp-out and earn the "animal habitats" badge
Cadettes (grades 6-8), Seniors (grades 9-10) and Ambassadors (grades 11-12) take on all kinds of challenges, from improving their communities to travelling around the world!
Many girls goin a local troop where they build character, gain self-esteem and serve their communities while creating lifelong friendships. Others who do not wish to join a troop can still enjoy all Girl Scout activities, including programs, cookie sales, events and more!
Being a Girl Scout parent means encouraging and supporting your daughter as she embarks on her Girl Scout journey! You can also become a volunteer, and enjoy Girl Scouting alongside her. Visit www.girlscoutsaz.org/become-a-volunteer to become a volunteer today.
To enroll your daughter in Girl Scouts, visit www.girlscoutsaz.org/register, or call us!