GS Grade Level: Seniors, Ambassadors
The ACES Pin is the culmination of a yearlong commitment to advocacy, civic engagement, and service. When Girl Scouts register, they are signing-up for 7 months of dynamic programming designed to be collaborative and girl led. 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.
Due to COVID-19, we are making plans for virtual options for all events. Please review the following dates before applying. Dates are subject to change and additional events or meetings may be added.
|9/19/20||Intro meeting and training|
|10/18/20||MO Bar Women in Law*|
|11/3/20||Presidential Election viewing and discussion|
|11/18/20||Meeting with elected official|
|12/9/20||Meeting with Federal Congressional Staff|
|1/20/21||Inauguration viewing and discussion|
|2/11/21||Visit with State level Congressperson|
|3/28/21||Inspire a Girl – booth to share work and opportunities*|
|5/1/21||Celebration – presentation of pins and badges|
|TBD||Host GSKSMO panels w/ Elected Officials for GS of all ages*|
|TBD||Day at the Capital patch activity—ACES plans for all GSKSMO*|
* Denotes events that are open to all GSKSMO Girl Scouts for a fee
Cost per girl: $25 (If you need financial assistance or would like to set up a payment plan please email Customer Care and include ACES in the subject line.)
Cost includes: Online classroom for badge activities and group discussions, Citizenship Badge, Civics Badge, ACES Pin, Torch Pin, admission to all listed events including Inspire a Girl, Day at the Capital Patch, event swag and special surprises.