Purpose: Girls will complete the Agent of Change journey and can earn three awards at the completion of this series: Power of One, Power of Team and Power of Community. This series emphasizes confidence, teamwork, and cooperation as the girls take action to better their community!
Junior | Agent of Change Journey | Power of One (Activity Plan 1)
Purpose: When girls have earned this award, they'll see how their personal qualities—and those of other women and girls—give them the power to do good things in the world.
At the Meeting: Girls will know they have earned the Power of One award if:
• They recognize the power that comes from their personal strengths and talents
• They have explored female role models
• They understand what leaders share with the Girl Scout Law Girls can continue their Agent of Change Journey by earning the remaining awards: Power of Team Award and Power of Community Award.
Junior | Agent of Change Journey | Power of Team (Activity Plan 2)
Complete activity plan to earn the Girl Scout Junior Agent of Change | Power of Team award in a 1.5 hour meeting block.
Purpose: When girls have earned this award, they'll understand how, as a team, their individual strengths and powers come together to form a group of leaders ready to Take Action.
At the Meeting: Girls will know they have earned the Power of Team Award if:
• They understand and appreciate each others' qualities as they come together as a team.
• They have explored tasks that a team can accomplish and practice working together as a team.
• They have explored ways that their team power can help them improve their communities.
Junior | Agent of Change Journey | Power of Community (Activity Plan 3)
Complete activity plan to earn the Girl Scout Junior Agent of Change | Power of Community award over the course of 3 meetings.
Purpose: Juniors earn this award when they take action, educate and inspire others to take action to change the world.
Time for the Take Action Project Goal: Girls Take Action on their plan, reach out, join others and get them involved, and start something that snowballs into a change in their world. and then reflect on what they accomplished and celebrate it.
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