Youngest members of Girl Scouting benefit from being in a troop pathway. Engaging girls and their families in a creative and fun environment helps them grow strong. Girls learn about nature and science, explore the arts and their communities and discover what Girl Scouts is all about. Girl Scout Daisies learn about the Girl Scout Law and its values by participating in activities to:
Girls connect with each other and build self-esteem and confidence in their skills as they work on a range of projects and gain life experiences. Girl Scout Juniors engage in activities to:
Girls work together in groups and explore their community. Friendship, fun and age-appropriate activities allow girls to discover the world around them. Girl Scout Brownies gain a greater sense of self and engage in activities to:
Girls learn how to navigate complicated, personal relationships and gain tips and strategies for creating healthy, long-lasting friendships. Girl Scout Cadettes engage in activities to:
Girls become advocates in their communities. They get at the root of an issue and create a plan to address it. Girl Scout Ambassadors engage in activities to:
Through team discussions and reflective experiences, girls act as visionaries who can foresee an ideal world. Girl Scout Seniors engage in activities to:
Girl Scouts of Eastern Missouri is a proud United Way member and is supported by the following United Way Agencies: United Way of Greater St. Louis, United Way of the Mark Twain Area, United Way of Adair County/Northeast Missouri, United Way of St. Francois County, Franklin County Area United Way.