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Brownie Think Like a Citizen Scientist Journey Award Brownie Think Like a Programmer Journey Award Brownie Think Like an Engineer Journey Award

Girls practice the Scientific Method through a citizen science project focused on the outdoors. Girl Scouts has partnered with SciStarter, a website that allows data collected by girls to become part of national studies.

The requirements to earn this Journey are exclusively on the Volunteer Toolkit. All Leaders should have access to this via their MyGS community on GSEWNI.org. If you have trouble accessing the Volunteer Toolkit, please contact the council for assistance.

Girls explore the ways programmers solve problems though activities and games designed to teach them to Think Like a Programmer!

The requirements to earn this Journey are exclusively on the Volunteer Toolkit. All Leaders should have access to this via their MyGS community on GSEWNI.org. If you have trouble accessing the Volunteer Toolkit, please contact the council for assistance.

Girls learn how to Think Like an Engineer through hands-on building and design challenges.

The requirements to earn this Journey are exclusively on the Volunteer Toolkit. All Leaders should have access to this via their MyGS community on GSEWNI.org. If you have trouble accessing the Volunteer Toolkit, please contact the council for assistance.
Brownie Take Action Journey Award World Thinking Day 2019 NEW!  Bridging Kits - Bridge to Brownies
World Thinking Day 2019
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The Take Action Award is earned as part of the 4 new Journeys - Think Like an Engineer, Think Like a Programmer, Think Like a Citizen Scientist, and the Outdoors Journey. Girls must complete a Take Action project relevant to what they've learned on their Journey and earn the Journey Award plus the Take Action award when finished. Girls who complete multiple of these new Journeys will complete a unique Take Action project for each Journey and will earn the Take Action award multiple times.

The requirements to earn this Journey are exclusively on the Volunteer Toolkit. All Leaders should have access to this via their MyGS community on GSEWNI.org. If you have trouble accessing the Volunteer Toolkit, please contact the council for assistance.

Each year on February 22, girls participate in activities and projects with global themes to honor their sister Girl Guides and Girl Scouts in other countries. It is a special day in the Girl Scout year when we remember we are part of a worldwide movement.

The 2019 World Thinking Day Theme is Leadership! This year, we'll celebrate the different ways in which Girl Scouts and their sister Girl Guides become leaders and develop the power to bring the change they want to see in the world. Let's celebrate, learn about and participate in all of the amazing ways our global movement has impacted each of us in our communities.

The World Thinking Day award is an Official Award and therefore it may be worn on the front of the Official Uniform sash or vest and placed where other earned badges are worn. 2" round sew-on photo patch. Made in USA.


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Bridge to Brownie Girl Scouts is worn on the Brownie sash or vest directly under the Membership Stars.
Global Action 2019 Global Action 2018 Bridge to Brownie Girl Scout Certificate
Global Action 2019
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Global Action 2018
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Each year, Girl Scouts of all levels can earn the Girl Scout Global Action award. This award connects the WAGGGS sisterhood by helping girls work together to make a difference on topics that affect girls and women all over the world.

The Girl Scout Global Action award focuses on the Global Goals. In 2015, leaders from all over the world agreed to work together to accomplish 17 goals by 2030. The Global Goals (also called Sustainable Development Goals or SDGs for short) focus on taking care of the environment, making sure all people have enough to eat, and improving people’s health. They’re big goals, but Girl Scouts know a thing or two about changing the world!

This year, the Global Action Award focuses on Goal 1: No Poverty and Goal 15: Life on Land. Girls can earn their Global Action Award by discovering, connecting and taking action on these goals through the Global Action Award activities.

The Global Action Award is an official national award, so you can wear it on the front of your vest or sash, just like a badge. 2" round sew-on photo patch. Made in USA.

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Each year, Girl Scouts of all grade levels can earn the Global Action award. This award emphasizes the WAGGGS sisterhood (146 countries strong) by encouraging girls to work together to make a difference as they support an issue that affects girls and women around the world.

In 2015, the U.N. community came together to form the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)—a set of 17 ambitious goals aimed at ending extreme poverty, fighting inequality and injustice, and curbing climate change by 2030. Starting this year, as they work to earn their Global Action award, girls will learn about the SDGs and related challenges locally and globally. They’ll join their sisters worldwide to take action in support of this important global agenda.

The Global Action award is an Official Award and therefore it may be worn on the front of the Official Uniform sash or vest and placed where other earned badges are worn. 2" round sew-on photo patch.

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This certificate was specially designed for bridging from one age level to another. It can be given to Daisy Girl Scouts bridging to Brownie Girl Scouts. The certificate features watermark age level shorthand and bottom border with age level color. Paper size 8" X 10"