Travel the world with funds they’ve earned through Girl Scouting
What Seniors and Ambassadors Do
Girl Scout Seniors (Grades 9-10) and Ambassadors (Grades 11-12) are ready to take the world by storm—and Girl Scouts will give them millions of ways to do it.
They can travel to amazing places like Costa Rica, Japan, or India; explore exciting careers in a variety of fields, from science to the arts to education to government; take on big projects and help others in a big way. And, of course, they can earn their Gold Award, which (by the way) adds that “little something extra” to their college applications. Seniors and Ambassadors are eager to spread their wings—and Girl Scouts helps them take flight.
Seniors and Ambassadors are ready to lead and have opportunities to put their skills and experience to the test leading younger Girl Scouts, planning events, and more.
As Seniors and Ambassadors, girls might:
Earn the highest award in Girl Scouting, the Gold Award
Find adventure and hone their outdoor skills, or even train to become a camp counselor
Try out new experiences (and learn new skills) while earning badges
Explore career paths, connect with women leaders, and begin to build their networks
Gain leadership experience while earning the Counselor in Training (CIT) and Volunteer in Training (VIT) awards