The Girl Scout Leadership Experience

How it Works

Girl Scout Program focuses on girls’ leadership development, but how do girls become leaders?  The Girl Scout philosophy is for girls to become leaders they need to:

• Understand their values, and use their knowledge and skills to explore their world (Discover)
• Care about, inspire and team with others locally and globally (Connect)
• Act to make the world a better place (Take Action)

Discover, Connect and Take Action are the three Girl Scout keys to leadership.


Program activities are organized around the Girl Scout three keys to leadership and are based on the values of the Girl Scout Promise and Law.

Discover activities engage girls in exploring their values, skills and world.
Connect activities engage girls in teaming up and relating with others in a multicultural world.
Take Action activities engage girls in making a difference in the world.

Over time, the program will set girls on a life-long path to…

lead with courage when they speak out on issues they care about and take active roles in their communities;

lead with confidence when they make the most of their strengths and feel empowered to make a difference in their lives and beyond;

lead with character when they act with integrity and compassion, making decisions that promote the well-being of themselves and others; make the world a better place.

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Keeping Hawaii Beautiful

Adults involved with Girl Scouts provided almost 118,000 hours of volunteer services in their communities last year, valued at over $2.2 million.

Members of the Girl Scouts are active, compassionate and involved citizens within their local, national and global communities.



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