What are our badges?
We have created five STEM Girl Scout badges, designed to augment existing programming for Brownies, Juniors, Cadettes, and Seniors.
Engineering in Action
Cadette Girl Scouts (ages 11-14) learn about women in engineering and the variety of fields in engineering.
Junior Girl Scouts (ages 8-10) learn about how technology has changed throughout the years.
Brownie Girl Scouts (ages 5-7) learn about the importance of math and numbers in everyday life.
Senior Girl Scouts (ages 14-16) learn about how robots are used in everyday life.
Cadette Girl Scouts (ages 11-14) learn the history and fundamentals of programming.
What do our badges consist of?
Girls answer questions and complete thinking activities to learn more about the badge's concepts.
Girls apply the skills they learned in several interesting hands-on activities.
Girls share what they discovered and spread the thrills of STEM to their troop and their community.
Our Badge Workshops
We run frequent badge workshops throughout the Bay Area and are always happy to talk about running one for locals troops. We have also developed comprehensive “how to" guides that allow troop leaders to run their own workshops and we are currently developing a series of videos to provide more detail about specific elements of our workshops.
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Additional Information and In-Depth Badge Descriptions
Senior Girl Scouts (ages 14-16) can learn more about robots and their uses in everyday life in the Riveting Robots badge.
Cadette Girl Scouts (ages 11-14) can learn more about women in engineering and various fields in engineering in the Engineering in Action badge and about programming and its history in the Code Creator badge.
Junior Girl Scouts (ages 8-10) can learn more about evolution of technology in the Tech Trek badge.
Brownie Girl Scouts (ages 5-7) can learn more about the importance of math and can learn math is fun and useful in the Number Navigator badge.