Adventure Camper

When you plan an adventure, like kayaking, mountain biking, or rock climbing, you can combine it with overnight camping to make the most of your outdoor experience. Adventure camping requires minimal equipment and gear because you’ll be active during the day and possibly moving campsites. Some adventure campers bring nothing but a sleeping bag, lightweight stove, some food, and a backpack. Whatever spells adventure for you, start by listing the things you want to do – then make your camping trip happen!

  1. Plan your adventure camping trip.
  2. Gather your camping gear.
  3. Plan and prepare your trip meals.
  4. Use a camping skill on your trip.
  5. Go adventure camping.

When I’ve earned this badge, I’ll have planned and gone on a camping trip with a group of Girl Scouts or family members that includes adventure activities.

Earned by Scouts.

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Adventurer

What kind of adventure speaks to you? In this badge, you’ll go on a multiday high-adventure challenge. You could go rock climbing, spelunking, ice caving, skiing, canoeing, kayaking, biking, rafting—or a combination! Put your outdoor skills to the test—and gain some new ones—as you become a Girl Scout Senior Adventurer.

1. Enhance your adventure
2. Get in the team spirit — and refine your teamwork
3. Know your gear
4. Plan your service to the great outdoors
5. Capture the adventure

When I’ve earned this badge, I’ll know how to go on a multiday outdoor adventure trip with friends and Girl Scout sisters.

Earned by Scouts.

Ambassador Aviation Badge

And to prove that a flyer can be a girl, who can soar as high as any man, I’m showing the women around the world that we can fly, we surely can!

-Pat Valdata, “Where No Man Can Fly”

Katherine Stinson was the first person to fly at night in 1912. Is flying your passion also?

  1. Preflight
  2. Taxi
  3. Takeoff
  4. Flight
  5. Landing

This badge will open opportunities for my future careers (maybe in aviation).

GS Ambassador Aviation Badge

Earned by Scouts.

Ambassador Coding For Good 1: Coding Basics Badge

Explore the power of music and coding to spread a positive message and write code to share your own performance routine with others.

1. Learn about functions through song lyrics
2. Learn about loops through song patterns
3. Write an algorithm duet
4. Code a performance routine
5. Share your coded routine with others

When you’ve earned this badge, you’ll know how to write shareable code to spread a message or build community.

Earned by Scouts.

Ambassador Coding For Good 2: Digital Game Design Badge

Find out about narrative video game design and explore how games can make a positive change in the world.

1. Brainstorm “game for good” scenarios
2. Create a G.I.R.L. avatar for your game
3. Learn about decision trees in game design
4. Design your game
5. Playtest and iterate your game

When you’ve earned this badge, you’ll know how video games use conditionals to give players choices and how video games can help players understand the world.

Earned by Scouts.