Ambassador Girl Scouts are ready to take on the world! They increase their leadership role in their troops, in their activities with younger Girl Scouts, and in their community. Girl Scout Ambassadors discover how to be an advocate for the causes they care about.
They may choose to plan and execute their Gold Award, the highest achievement in Girl Scouting, which is a prestigious affirmation that they are leaders who are organized, determined, and dedicated to improving their community.
Ambassadors run the show! They make all the plans for meetings, events, and trips. They raise funds for their activities and for their community service projects. They organize volunteers to achieve their goals.
Ambassador Troop Leaders will offer an "adult perspective" to help them as they plan to meet their goals. Parents are asked to support the troop by helping where needed.
Interested in becoming a Troop Leader? Visit our What Do Volunteers Do? page for more information.
- Expand on your personal interests
- Apply leadership knowledge to make a difference in the community
- Attend or assist at council events and programs
- Learn and practice your group (and your own) finances
- Use your leadership skills to work on your Girl Scout Gold Award
- Explore college and career opportunities
- Apply for council scholarships
- Attend resident camp as a Counselor in Training
- Develop your team-building skills
- Earn badges and patches by trying new activities
- Earn Journey award patches for learning leadership skills
- Oorganize activities and be a positive role model for younger Girl Scout
- Participate in destinations and travel across the country or around the world
- Participate in Girl Scout Cookie Program and the Fall Product Program as an entrepreurial opportunity
This all-in-one badge book and handbook is your guide to your Ambassador adventure. It complements the Girl Scout Journeys by helping girls build skills to become successful and gain the confidence to do amazing things!
On every Leadership Journey, everything girls do—whether it's performing science experiments, creating art projects, cooking meals, or learning to protect the planet's water supply—is aimed at giving them the benefits of the Girl Scout "Keys to Leadership": Discover, Connect, Take Action.
All Ambassadors in a troop work together on the same journey, which is decided at the beginning of the Girl Scout year.
The Ambassador Girl's Guide to Girl Scouting, the Ambassador Journeys and all patches are available at our council's Service Centers and our online shop
Girls can wear a Girl Scout Ambassador Membership Pin as a sign of their belonging to the Girl Scout Movement. Ambassadors may also wear a sash or vest to proudly display their badges and patches! Each troop decides which components of the official uniform to wear to represent their Girl Scout troop.
Fill our the Interest form on our Join page. We will be in touch about the best way for your daughter to become a Girl Scout!