This is how a troop displays in the Opportunity Catalog.
Clicking on a troop number will display a short description about
your troop. All troops are initially listed with a generic statement
relevant to their Girl Scouting level as below:
Becoming a Daisy is the first step into Girl Scouting, where girls
become go-getters, innovators, risk takers, and leaders. They build
courage, confidence and character while making the world a better
place. Daisies learn more about themselves and their communities, make
new friends, and embrace the Girl Scout Promise and Law. Daisy troops
are open to kindergarten and first graders.
Becoming a Brownie is all about expanding horizons and building
relationships. While earning badges, Brownies are encouraged to
explore new ideas and try new things as they build the courage,
confidence, and character to take the lead like a Girl Scout. Brownie
troops are open to second and third graders.
As Junior Girl Scouts, girls discover their voices and learn to
effect change. Juniors gain skills that encourage them to make a
difference in their communities, share stories with new friends, try
new experiences and earn badges, all while building the courage,
confidence and character to become go-getters, innovators, risk
takers, and leaders. Junior troops are open to fourth and fifth graders.
Girl Scout Cadettes meet new people, address and tackle community
issues, explore earn badges, and make choices that can change them and
the world. Learn what it takes to make the world a better place by
becoming a go-getter, innovator, risk taker, and leader. Cadette
troops are open to sixth, seventh, and eighth graders.
Girl Scout Seniors know how to make the world a better place and are
poised to explore more of the world than ever before. They shape the
world around them by seeking out challenges and applying their skills
to make a difference. Seniors are encouraged to advocate for what they
want, use critical thinking skills to effect change, have fun
nurturing networks and friendships, and embody what it is to lead like
a Girl Scout. Senior troops are open to ninth and tenth graders.
Ambassadors use their relationship building and leadership skills to
cultivate strong community connections, pursue their goals, effect
change and take action to make the world a better place. These young
women are the definition of go-getters, innovators, risk takers, and
leaders. Ambassador troops are open to eleventh and twelfth graders.
Becoming a Girl Scout is the start of an amazing journey, where
girls build courage, confidence and character while making the world a
better place. In a multi-level troop girls learn about becoming a
go-getter, innovator, risk taker and leader in their communities, all
while making new friends and embracing the Girl Scout Promise and Law.
Multi-level troops allow for fun, creative and educational
interactions between girls of multiple grades.