Daisy Troop Support Guide
Leading Daisies means your role will be hands on and full of
laughs. The girls are young and will need your help to plan meetings,
figure out what programs they want to do, and plan trips. Working with
girls can bring many joys, including developing a personal
relationship with each girl in your troop, building new adult
friendships through the sisterhood of Girl Scouts, receiving
appreciation and thanks from parents and, most importantly, knowing
that you are shaping the future by working with a girl today. This
guide will introduce you to the unique world of Daisies, the Promise
and Law, the Petal Program and so much more.
Check back soon for Daisy Troop Support Guide Training
Brownie Troop Support Guide
There are so many things to do in Girl Scouting that are made
just for Brownies! From earning badges to going on their first
camp-out, Girl Scout Brownies have a great opportunity to make new
friends and try new things. Girl Scout Brownies need to learn that
they can lead, make decisions, and be helpful. The girls are the
doers, the planners, and the implementers of
Check back soon for Brownie Troop Support Guide Training
Junior Troop Support Guide
Want to meet a real-life superhero? Just talk to a Girl Scout
Junior who wakes up every day ready to play a new role. Juniors are
explorers when they go camping for the first time. They're CEOs when
they market and sell cookies. They're scientists when they perform
energy audits and go on nature walks. And they're product designers
and writers when they earn their Innovation and Storytelling badges.
Not to mention change-makers, big-idea thinkers, and future leaders.
Superheroes, indeed! At this age, Juniors are beginning to develop
leadership skills, test boundaries, pursue their own interests, and
navigate the world as a somewhat independent person.
Check back soon for Junior Troop Support Guide Training
Cadette Troop Support Guide
For Girl Scout Cadettes, your role as leader is moving from
primarily leader role to that of a mentor and advisor. You will do
less of the planning as the girls will begin to do more with your
guidance. Cadettes can be an especially trying group as they learn to
navigate from being a “kid” to a teenager. One minute they can’t wait
to play with bubbles and the next they’re too cool for it- life is
changing at a rapid pace and they are just trying to figure it all out.
Check back soon for Cadette Troop Support Guide Training
Senior & Ambassador Troop Support Guide
For Girl Scout Seniors and Ambassadors, your role as leader is
that of Advisor. You will do less of the planning as the girls will
begin to do more with your guidance. Adolescence is a time of rapid
physical, cognitive, social and emotional change. Girls will exhibit
behaviors that can be challenging and bewildering to not only you,
their families and their friends, but even to the girls themselves.
Check back soon for Senior & Ambassador Troop Support Guide Training