Girl Scout Juniors
Girl Scout Level: Girl Scout Junior
Grade Level: Fourth and Fifth Grades
What Juniors Do:
Junior Girl Scouts are finding out who they are and which paths work for them as a girl and as an individual. They have adventures, learn things about themselves and others and complete interest projects which will allow them to discover, connect, and take action to make the world a better place.
Girl Scout Juniors make the decisions as to what their Troop will do and they run their own meetings (with an adult volunteer to supervise of course). They gain confidence and character through planning their Troop's activities for the year.
Juniors may also work on the Leadership Award, Junior Aide, My Promise, My Faith and the Bronze Award.
As a Junior, You Might…
Staying at a Girl Scout camp and learning outdoor skills
Sleeping over in a science museum
Perfecting soccer moves with a professional women's soccer player
Working on the "Horse Rider" badge by learning to ride a horse
Selling cookies to earn money for a trip to a theme park
Going on a scavenger hunt for neighborhood litter
Writing to a Girl Scout who lives overseas
Girl Scout Cadettes can wear the Girl Scout Membership Pin, showing they belong to Girl Scouts of the USA, and the World Trefoil Pin, signifying membership in a worldwide Movement. Girls can also buy a Junior sash or Junior vest to display Interest Project Awards and other insignia.
How to Join:
Any girl from K-12, from any neighborhood and any background can become a Girl Scout at any time during the year. The traditional and most well known Girl Scouting experience is through Girl Scout Troops. A girl may also join Girl Scouts as a Non-Troop Affiliated (NTA) Girl Scout. To register your daughter as a Girl Scout, please find your school district or the school district your daughter attends and contact your local field director. If you do not live in Nassau County, please use Council Finder to find a Girl Scout Council in your area.