Girl Scout Ambassadors

Girl Scouts in Grades 11-12

  • Who are Ambassadors?

    Girl in canoe

    Ambassadors become the next generation of adult leaders during their last two years as girl members. These young women are advocates for other girls, are active in their communities, are focused on career and higher education choices and are achievement-oriented. They have run their own business during the Girl Scout Cookie Sale for 10 years, and are well-equipped to enter the workforce or college with real-life leadership experience learned through the National Program Portfolio and Girl Scout Leadership Experience.

  • Ambassador Achievements

    Ambassadors are nearly adults, and they have complete responsibility for their program. They make all of their own and their group's decisions, create budgets and earn the money to finance activities, set goals for money-earning, allocate tasks and delegate as leaders.

    Ambassadors have comprehensive, cross-functional leadership training and may work as Program Aides, Counselors-in-Training at camp, and Volunteers-in-Training in troops. Girl Scout Ambassadors may earn the Gold Award, the highest achievement in all of Girl Scouting.

  • As an Ambassador, you might ...

    • Take an overnight trip to the White Mountains
    • Organize community blood drives
    • Debate bills on the State Senate floor
    • Conquer whitewater, high ropes, rock walls
    • Spend summers as a Counselor-in-Training at camp
    • Set up recycling plans for your home and communities
    • Travel and speak on behalf of Girl Scouts and your troop
    • Lead others in research and use of resources to solve community programs
    • Explore your future career options with a mentor
    • Travel across the country for a program adventure through Destinations

    Ambassador Insignia

    Ambassador Uniform

  • Ambassador Journeys

    Girl Scout Journeys are leadership programs that enable girls to plan and make decisions at every level.

    It's Your World – Change It!

    Ambassadors learn to advocate for issues that are important to them through Your Voice, Your World. They make a plan, present it to people of influence, and create lasting change in the world. They gain experience in networking, planning and assertive communication of their values.

    It's Your Planet – Love It!

    Ambassadors tackle the engaging global issue of environmental Justice. Along the way, they will see how even the simplest acts can lead to powerful and positive changes in the world.

    It's Your Story – Love It!

    Ambassadors learn to dream big, now and for their future. Bliss: Live It! Give It! is the bridge to their legacy as leaders who help others achieve their dreams, too.

  • Council Programs

    Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts offers a wide variety of programs for all Ambassadors -- girls in troops and girls who are independent members.

    Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts Patch Program (PDF): Freedom Trail

    Find out about programs in your area

  • How to Join

    Joining Girl Scouts is lots of fun and a great way to learn new things, make friends, and develop leadership skills. Girls in grades K-12 and adults can join Girl Scouts any time during the year.

    How to Join

    Volunteers advise Ambassador Girl Scouts.  Please sign up with your Ambassador!

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