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Our Program

Fun, friendship and new adventures are what Girl Scouts is all about. Girls make new friends, challenge themselves, write their own stories, and take action to change the world for the better.

How? Through the Girl Scout Leadership Experience:

Girl-led: Girl Scouts follow their own lead, no matter their age.

Learning by Doing: Hands-on activities help them feel empowered to shape their own experience.

Cooperative Learning: With a tight-knit group of friends, Girl Scouts learn and grow together while cheering on each other.

Activities in the Girl Scout Leadership Experience focus on four key areas:

  • Science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM)
  • Outdoors
  • Life Skills
  • Entrepreneurship
Want to see all the badges for each Girl Scout level AND a uniform guide? Click on each level for details:

Daisy Uniform Guide

Brownie Uniform Guide

Junior Uniform Guide

Cadette Uniform Guide

Senior Uniform Guide

Ambassador Uniform Guide

 

With the help of supportive adults and troop leaders who bring those processes to life, Girl Scouts:

Discover

Discover
Find out who she is, what she cares about, and what her talents are.
 

Connect

Connect.
Collaborate with other people, both locally and globally, to learn from others and expand her horizons.
 

Take Action

Take Action.
Do something to make the world a better place.

 

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Aloha Ambassador and Honor Troops

 

Aloha Ambassador Troop

Demonstrate the Aloha Spirit by providing a service that makes someone’s life better. Aloha Ambassador Troops represent the Girl Scouts of Hawai`i to our community and sister Girl Scouts around the globe. They share with neighbors, welcome visitors to our islands, and create smiles. As Girl Scout Aloha Ambassadors, you’ll discover the fun, friendship and power of girls together, while performing valuable community service.

Honor Troop Program

The Honor Troop program provides leaders and girls with a tool to create a quality troop program that will aid in retention of girls in their troop. Leaders should discuss with the girls and adults in their troop the requirements to be an Honor Troop and set troop goals and schedules using the Honor Troop program requirements. Troops should use the GSLE as a guideline when planning their calendar. Honor Troop applications are accepted on an annual basis (May 1 – September 30.)