Mission Sisterhood Journey in a Day for Seniors
The Mission Sisterhood journey is ideal for Girl Scouts in their first year of high school, and we met with another troop for a day-long journey to learn more about what it takes to join the mission sisterhood and how you can get involved.
Ice Breakers for Mission Sisterhood
This week, girls from two different schools and a homeschool student met for the first time, and they went on a photo scavenger hunt for things that said “sisterhood.”
What Is Sisterhood?
We created canvases using quotes to express what friendship means to us in honor of International Women’s Day. This was the most expensive part of the day’s journey, but it was well worth it.
High School Worries and the Sisterhood
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Choosing Our Take Action
Sisterhood girls voted on a video to help girls prepare for middle school, with advice on everything from getting organized to finding sports or other activities to growing and being connected with others. The video was shared in our service units’ Facebook groups for volunteers to share with their girls.
What is mission sisterhood Girl Scout journey about?
Seniors use the magic of stories to expand their networks and ignite the energy of sisterhood to make a real difference in the world in Mission: Sisterhood. As Seniors expand their friendship borders, they gain confidence and make the most of their leadership skills.
What is Mission Sisterhood?
Girls explore issues of beauty and body confidence while developing leadership skills using the Mission: Sisterhood! Journey and the Free Being Me curriculum, which is designed to strengthen a girl’s sense of self and boost her ability to seek and meet challenges in the world.
What are the six levels of Girl Scouts?
Levels of Education
- Daisies (Grades Ku20131), Brownies (Grades 2u20133), Juniors (Grades 4u20135), Cadettes (Grades 6u20138), Seniors (Grades 9u201310), and Ambassadors (Grades 11u201312)
What are Girl Scout journeys?
A Girl Scout Journey is an extended engagement with a topic that culminates in a Take Action project to improve the world, designed specifically for leadership development.
What are the 3 Brownie journeys?
The master lock that requires all three of the Brownies’ keys to open is the journey’s culminating award, and the Brownies will learn that their three keysu2014 Discover, Connect, and Take Actionu2014unlock the meaning of leadership when used together.
How do you complete a Cadette journey?
To earn it, Cadettes must complete three of the nine challenges listed on pages 12u201315 of the girl book’s Interact Challenges chart, which are based on topics the Cadettes will explore on the journey and invite Cadettes to try small, positive ways of interacting in their daily lives.
How long does it take to complete a Girl Scout journey?
A Journey usually takes 5 or 6 meetings to complete, but if you decide to try the Journey-in-a-Weekend format with your older Girl Scouts, these 5 tips will ensure that everyone has a good time.
What is the sow what journey?
You’ll learn about a wide range of global and local food system issues, connect with local programs and resources, and Take Action to advocate for changes in food production, security, waste, or workers on this “Sow What” journey.
What grade level are Girl Scout Seniors?
Senior Girl Scouts ( Grades 9u201310) As a Girl Scout Senior, you’ll face challenges with confidence, independence, and critical thinking, and you’ll begin to explore career paths, connect with female leaders, and build your networks.
Why do Girl Scouts hold up 3 fingers?
When saying the Girl Scout Promise, Girl Scouts make the Girl Scout sign, which consists of raising three fingers of the right hand with the thumb holding down the pinky. The three fingers represent the three parts of the Promise.
How many levels of Girl Scouts are there?
By 2008, the Girl Scouts of the United States of America had five levels: Daisy, Brownie, Junior, Cadette, and Senior; in 2011, a sixth level, Ambassadors, was added. Girl Scouts advance to the next level, or “bridge,” when they reach the age of advancing, usually at the end of the school year.