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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.