Badge & Patch Programs for all ages
Check out the new IPP that two girls of our very own Service Unit from
Cadette Troop 720 did as their Silver Award!!!
(Click on the left on Cadettes/Seniors).
Arkansas History Patch Program
Developed as a Gold Award project, this new Arkansas History patch is designed for boys and girls ages seven and up. Even adults can earn this patch by helping a child earn it! Patches can be ordered by calling the Girl Scout Council Office at 501-758-1020 x228.
See file link below to download requirements.
Little Rock Zoo Junior Keeper Patch Program
Developed as a Gold Award project, this junior keeper program is a multi-level program for children ages 3-18. It is open to scout troops, church groups, homeschoolers, schools and other groups.
Please see below for the Welcome Letter for this patch program and the different age level worksheets.
The United States Heritage Award was designed to give youth recognition for learning about the heritage of the United States of America, and being involved.
The President's Volunteer Service Award
The President's Council on Service and Civic Participation created the President's Volunteer Service Award program as a way to thank and honor Americans who, by their demonstrated commitment and example, inspire others to engage in volunteer service.
Need Help in Earning Badges/IPPs for Child Care?
For ages 11-17 years.
There are 14 Badges/Interest Projects girls can earn using this program. Detailed information will be emailed after signup.
Some of the badges are:
Juniors - Caring For Children, National Safety Award, Computer Fun, Business-Wise
Cadettes/Seniors/Ambassadors - Child Care, National Safety Award, Computers in Everyday Life, Exploring the Net, Your Own Business
Link to girlscouts.org for more participation patches and badges online
If you find a link that is no longer active, please contact the webmaster.
Making a Trip to Savannah???
Check out these badge/patch programs that you can do while in Georgia:
First Headquarters Programs
Old Town Trolly Tours
Andrew Low House
(located right behind the First Headquarters Building)
Story of Juliette Low