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What Seniors and Ambassadors Do

Girl Scout Seniors and Ambassadors are ready to take the world by storm—and Girl Scouts will give them millions of ways to do it.

They can travel to amazing places like Costa Rica, Japan, or India; explore exciting careers in a variety of fields, from science to the arts to education to government; take on big projects and help others in a big way. And, of course, they can earn their Gold Award, which (by the way) adds that “little something extra” to their college applications. Seniors and Ambassadors are eager to spread their wings—and Girl Scouts helps them take flight.


Interested in earning your Gold Award? You’ll be in great company. Check out some Gold Award projects and find out how to join the club.



But the fun doesn’t stop there! As Girl Scout Seniors and Ambassadors, our council offers some pretty awesome opportunities to continue your leadership experience. 


Girl Board Member

Lead the way as a girl member of our council's board of directors. Develop your leadership and make an impact by helping shape the direction and goals of our council. Girl board members commit to actively participating in all board meetings (about 6 a year) and girl board projects. Girl Board members should be registered Girl Scouts currently in grades 9-11. The application process takes place each year in December. 


Governor’s Page Program

Interested in a behind the scenes experience working at our state capital? Apply to be a Page in the governor's office during Girl Scout Week in March. Learn about state government and explore what's going on in the capital city with Girl Scouts from across the state. Apply Online.  Check the online application for annual application deadlines.




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