Troop

it's the traditional girl scout experience
with modern girls

The troop pathway offers girls an opportunity to work with the same group of girls in their own grade level, usually over a span of nine to 12 months, in partnership with two or more appointed adult advisors. Girls may join at any time during the membership year.

The troop/group meets for the enjoyment and benefit of the girls, and meetings are built around the girls' ideas. Girl planning, in partnership with adult volunteers, helps to develop a team relationship, building leadership skills and allowing girls to benefit from the guidance, mentoring and coaching of caring adults.

 

Examples of Troop Pathway

  • Girl Scout Daisies, Brownies, Juniors, and Cadettes meet monthly from November through March at a local community center.
  • Seven girls that are homeschooled meet weekly as a Girl Scout Cadette troop.
  • Girl Scout Senior and Ambassador troop meets monthly to participate in their Girl Scout Journey Book, plan community service activities, and complete their prerequisites for their Gold Award.
  • Girls meet together every week at the Boys and Girls Club to participate in Girl Scout activities.

 

 

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