Senior 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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GIRLtopia

GIRLtopia
Girl Scout Seniors know the world is not ideal. This journey is their chance to imagine a perfect world—for girls. Seniors are invited to create their vision—in any medium they choose. Then they’ll take action to make their vision a reality. Leaders, after all, are visionaries! As Seniors learn to define the ideal environment, they learn a lot about their own values, attitudes, actions, and leadership.
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SOW WHAT?

SOW WHAT?
In Sow What?, Seniors get the opportunity to ponder land use around the world (corn’s a big issue!) and get down to the science and roots of complex and global food issues. Girls plan and conduct a local "food forage" to scope out their "food print" choices, and talk to scientists, local growers, and business owners—and even global hunger experts. Using what they learn, girls consider their "leader prints" as they decide who and what they can cultivate en route to a take-action project that positively impacts their food network. Along the way, Seniors take time to enjoy a "truly happy meal" together, experiment with new recipes, and try out being "locavores" who know how to savor local bounty.
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MISSION: SISTERHOOD

MISSION: SISTERHOOD
In MISSION: SISTERHOOD, Seniors harness the magic of stories to widen their networks and ignite the energy of sisterhood to create real change in the world. As Seniors expand their friendship borders, they boost their own confidence and make the most of their leadership skills.
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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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