Are you ready to fly like a… Girl Scout? The Girl Scout universe is expanding and waiting for you! Engage in more than 20 programs throughout the year that highlight aviation, aerospace, and space science.
In partnership with The Museum of Flight, the Space Science badge series is offered for each age level.
Applications are accepted in the Fall for this year-long deep-dive into all things aviation, aerospace, and space science. This youth-led squadron for Cadettes, Seniors, and Ambassadors includes five field trips around the Pacific Northwest and monthly subject matter expert virtual meetings.
Meet the hidden figures of aviation, aerospace, and space science of the past and present.
Starting the third week of April, Aviation Week launches our aviation programming. Aviation Week includes aviation badge workshops and programs for all age levels—Daisy Bubbles and the Bernoulli Principle, Brownie Mechanical Engineering-Fling Flyer, Junior Playing the Past with the Women Airforce Service Pilots of World War II, the Girl Scout Aviation Preparatory Academy, and the Girl Scout Aviation Academy. Other aviation badge workshops are offered April-June including Daisy Go Fly a Kite with Newton’s Laws of Motion, and Aviation badges for Brownies-Ambassadors.
Weather and smoke permitting, our Girl Scouts 12 years and older can try their hand at flying!
The second week of August, Juniors-Ambassadors gather virtually and in-person spending two hours each evening working with industry experts from commercial/military/business aviation to accident investigation. The week culminates at The Museum of Flight where you will take a turn in the Alaska Airlines Aviation Learning Center’s flight simulators.
Join experts from Boeing to create the aircraft, logo, and livery for your vision of Girl Scout Airlines.