Agent of Change

As they explore their own talents and learn about women who have made the world better, Juniors following the Agent of Change Journey also discover the benefits of teamwork—whether it’s talking about energy use, helping a local food bank, or using their unique talents in other ways.

Part of the sequence. Earned by Scouts.

aMUSE

Exploring new roles and busting stereotypes are just two of the activities Juniors enjoy on the aMUSE Journey. Whether it’s role-playing, speaking to actors about their characters, or starting a “mix-it-up” day to meet new classmates, girls develop increased confidence and inspire others.

Part of the sequence. Earned by Scouts.

Animal Habitats

Imagine meeting a monkey or kicking up dust with a kangaroo. These animals live in the wild, so we don’t get to spend time with them in their natural homes—their habitats. But that doesn’t mean we can’t find out more about where they live, how they play, and how we can help them!

1. Find out about wild animals
2. Investigate an animal habitat
3. Create an animal house
4. Explore endangered habitats
5. Help protect animal habitats

When I’ve earned this badge, I will know more about wild animals and how to protect their homes.

Part of the sequence. Earned by Scouts.

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Bridging to Cadette

  1. Pass it On. Share your talents and skills by teaching younger Girl Scouts something you learned to do as a Junior.
  2. Look Ahead. As a Cadette, you’ll set your sights on the world outside your local area. There’s no better way to find out what you have to look forward to than by talking with your Cadette sisters.

Part of the sequence. Earned by Scouts.

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