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Just for Teens

At Girl Scouts, girls are always counting down to the next adventure they'll go on together. Maybe it's artistic. Maybe it's an experiment. Maybe it's getting outside or helping the community. One thing's for sure. Every adventure is another chance to take the lead and make an impact. 

The activities and opportunities below are facilitated by our GSKSMO staff and designed just for Teen Girl Scouts to build upon their Girl Scout Leadership Experience. This list is ever-evolving, so check back often!

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A.C.E.S. (Advocacy, Civic Engagement, Service)

GS Grade Level: Seniors, Ambassadors

The ACES Pin represents a commitment to advocacy, civic engagement, and service. In ACES, girls will learn by doing; from letter writing campaigns to meetings with elected officials and more. In addition to earning their ACES Pin, Girl Scouts will also earn the Citizenship Badge, Civics Badge, and the Torch Pin at their program level.   

More information coming soon for 2021-2022!

 

Journey Workshops
Teen Leadership Circle

2021-2022 Teen Leadership Circle

We're looking for Girl Scouts in 8th-12th grade to serve on our Teen Leadership Circle for the 2021-2022 Girl Scout year. This group of girls will meet four times a year, offering their experience and opinion to various GSKSMO departments to impact future strategic plans. They will also have special opportunities to serve at council events.

2021-2022 New Applicants
2021-2022 Returning TLC Applicants

About the Teen Leadership Circle (TLC)

Applications are due July 5!

What's Next Series

GS Troop Level: Seniors, Ambassadors

The GSKSMO “What’s Next?” helps Senior and Ambassador Girl Scouts prepare for life after High School. Girls will complete steps for the College Knowledge, Financing my Future, Good Credit, and Buying Power Badges. They will evaluate their career options by doing an online assessment and participate in a group discussion led by a trained facilitator. They will learn about professional presence and branding and develop their resume and LinkedIn page. They will get firsthand knowledge about post high-school options to include college, gap-year, trades, and internships.

More information coming soon for 2021-2022!