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Older Girl Programs

Girl Scouts inspires Girls to be leaders in their own lives by building the courage, confidence, and character to raise their voices and be advocates for the issues and ideas important to them. Girl Scouts use their determination to lead every day in the fight for a clean environment, equality, safety issues, local concerns, and much more. 

Girl Scout advocacy programs give your Girl Scout a chance to:

• Explore issues that are important to her
• Expand her network and meet community leaders, experts, and elected officials
• Become inspired to make a difference 
• Prepare to lead positive change through civic action

Camp CEO

Camp CEO


Join us for this meaningful, overnight mentoring opportunity! You will be paired with a successful female leader for a day of workshops, activities, and discussion opportunities. When not with your mentor, you will have plenty of time to enjoy camp activities and spend time with other motivated Seniors and Ambassadors.

Level: Senior, Ambassador

Dare to Climb

Dare to Climb


Are you interested in learning more about a specific career, or in exploring different options? At Dare to Climb, you will attend workshops and meet with women from a variety of fields to ask questions, get career and college advice, and learn about career paths. 

Level: 8th grade Cadette, Senior, Ambassador

Film & Panel Discussion

Film & Panel Discussion


Discover the stories of women whose actions made a lasting difference for people around the world! Participants will watch a documentary based on a different advocacy theme each year, then talk with women who are currently working in a similar field to learn more about the issue and explore career options.

Girl Scout Day at the Capitol

Girl Scout Day at the Capitol


This is your chance to visit the state Capitol, meet your representatives, and advocate for an issue that is important to you! Girl Scouts and their chaperones will tour the capitol, spend time with their legislators, and attend a legislative session.

Girl Scouts in Government

Girl Scouts in Government


Visit with female legislators and learn about advocacy, careers in government, making your voice heard, and more! You will tour the Capitol, attend a legislative session, and talk with legislators and their staff about their civic interests, responsibilities, and career path.

United Nations Trip

United Nations Trip


Visit the United Nations Headquarters in New York City to learn how the UN addresses issues such as peace and security, human rights, environmental issues, and more! Cadettes, Seniors, and Ambassadors will visit the General Assembly Hall and Security Council Chamber (meetings permitting), and younger Girl Scouts will take the Children’s Tour and visit the UN Kids Corridor. Bus transportation provided.

Level: Brownie, Junior, Cadette, Senior, Ambassador