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Our Program

At Girl Scouts, your girl will prepare for a lifetime of leadership, success, and adventure in a safe, no-limits place designed for and by girls!

How? Through the Girl Scout Leadership Experience—a collection of engaging, challenging, and fun activities like earning badges, going on awesome trips, selling cookies, exploring science, getting outdoors, and doing community service projects.

At Girl Scouts, she’ll get to lead her own adventure (it’s her world!) and team up with other girls in an all-girl environment to choose the exciting, hands-on activities that interest her most. Along the way, she’ll gain important skills in four areas that form the foundation of the Girl Scout Leadership Experience:

  • Science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM)
  • Outdoors
  • Life Skills
  • Entrepreneurship

The Result? A Lifetime of Leadership!

In fact, being a Girl Scout helps girls thrive in five key ways. As a Girl Scout, she:

• Develops a strong sense of self
• Displays positive values
• Seeks challenges and learns from setbacks
• Forms and maintains healthy relationships
• Learns to identify and solve problems in her community

The inclusive, all-female environment of a Girl Scout troop creates a safe space where girls can try new things, develop a range of skills, take on leadership roles, and just be themselves. 

 The Girl Scout Difference (PDF)

Delivering Fun with Purpose

To bring the Girl Scout Leadership Experience to life, activities are led by girls themselves, feature cooperative learning, and highlight learning by doing. Girls come up with their own ideas, build teams, and experience the joy of making a positive impact. At Girl Scouts, she will:


Find out who she is, what she cares about, and what her talents are.


Collaborate with other people, both locally and globally, to learn from others and expand her horizons.

Take Action

Take Action.
Do something to make the world a better place.





Community Partners

Partner With Us!

GSCTX loves to partner with the amazing businesses and organizations in our community.  If your company or organization is interested in partnering with us please check out the Community Partner Information Packet.

Displayed below are the partner events (Please note: as these are not programs offered by GSCTX, scholarships are not available):

A+ Federal Credit Union
  • Patch Program: It is never too early to start thinking about your future and A+FCU’s Patch Program is the perfect way to connect the things you enjoy with possible career choices.  For this patch, you will explore interests, education as well as career pathways by evaluating what is important to you and matching it with your skill set.  You will also examine how careers, college and finance are tied together. 
  • Branch Tours and Workshop:  If your troop is interested in connecting with an A+FCU branch for a tour or attending one of their workshops, click here - use this link:
  • Troop and Individual Accounts


Angelo State University
Austin Fire Department
Camp Fury
Austin Humane Society

The Austin Humane Society offers troop tours, badge workshops, community service opportunities, rescue reading opportunities and is a Bronze, Silver and Gold Award community partner.  To schedule a troop or individual visit contact Anna Reed at or call 512-685-0128.


Austin Spurs
  • Annual Girl Scout Night:  Check the events calendar for exact dates and times
Baylor Athletics

Annual Baylor Women’s Sports Day:  See this year’s flyer for more details.

Bull Creek Foundation

The Bull Creek Foundation (BCF) is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting a harmonious balance between nature, recreation, and sustainable economic development within the 32 square mile Bull Creek watershed. The watershed includes high quality ecological areas with limestone seeps, springs, and waterways; scenic cliffs and waterfalls; unique archeological and cultural features; and rare plant and animal life. The watershed's boundaries can roughly be defined as the area inside highways 620 and 183, Mesa Drive, and just south of FM 2222.  Bull Creek Foundation, an all-volunteer affiliate of the Austin Parks Foundation, has ongoing volunteer projects at Bull Creek District Park, the Greenbelt Trail and the forthcoming Bull Creek Water Quality Protection Lands trail.  They also offer a variety of badge workshops.  Check the events calendar for current dates or contact Gabby Marye to inquire about private troop workshops.




Capital Metro

Patch Program:  With a service area of 535 sq. miles, you can travel all around Central Texas on the Capital Metro system. Discover the variety of transportation options available, learn how to navigate public transit and stay safe while exploring all that the Austin area has to offer! You can learn more about Capital Metro at Ride the bus today!

Community First! Village
Communities in Schools

Girls Lead:  The Girls Lead program extends the documented benefits of Girl Scouting to girls from low-income backgrounds, with the goal of helping girls reach their fullest potential by enhancing their self-esteem, leadership, and life skills in a caring, supportive in-school environment.


Dairy Queen

Dare to Dairy Queen Program:  Earn your customer service badge while you work at Dairy Queen and learn about having a job and how to run a business. You can work the drive thru, manage the register, and learn how to make the perfect cone.  Smith Dairy Queen loves working with our girls to teach business ethics, customer service and money management. What are you waiting for! Get your fill of knowledge and ice cream as you Dare to Dairy Queen! Check the events calendar for upcoming program dates.

Google Fiber

H-E-B’s generous support of Girl Scouts of Central Texas (GSCTX) allows GSCTX to offer programs that focus on health and wellness awareness and education opportunities to nearly 17,000 G. I. R. L.s  annually since 2016.  These programs empowering Girl Scouts to take their health, happiness, and life skills into their own hands.

  • Health and Wellness Patch Program
  • The Sasquatch Outdoor Race and Expo presented by HEB:  This 3-day outdoor event, situated at GSCTX Camp Kachina on Lake Belton is filled with exploration of fun outdoor activities that promote Health & Wellness awareness, skill building, and leadership. This amazing outdoor weekend will include:
    • Adventure Race – Not just a race for the physically fit, but for our nimble minded as well. The variety of adventures in this race will ensure that any team has a chance at winning!
    • Outdoor Activities Expo – All Girls will lead the effort to display their own outdoor activity skill for all to learn and become inspired from. There will also be guest booths demonstrating activities.
    • Dutch Oven Cookoff – Girls will be asked to create a nutritiously sound, tasty recipe to be cooked in a Dutch oven for dinner. Judges will be looking for creativity and innovation among other requirements. 
  • HEB Supports Community Troop Healthy Snack Program:  This partnership allows GSCTX to provide our Community Troops with access to healthy snack options during their troop meetings.


High 5 Family Entertainment

Summer Kids Bowl Free Program:  Kids under 15 can bowl 2 free games daily all summer long!

JOANN Stores

Girl Scout Rewards program that offers 15% off all eligible purchases.

McLennan Community College
Round Rock Express Baseball

Annual Summer Overnight at Dell Diamond: Come enjoy a fun-packed evening at Dell Diamond with fellow Girl Scouts and their families as they cheer on the Round Rock Express. After an exciting baseball game, enjoy basketball, rock climbing, swimming and a movie on the big screen. Pizza and soft drinks served after the game. Donuts and juice in the morning, and coffee for parents!

Girl Scout Night with the Round Rock Express:  Come enjoy a fun-packed evening at Dell Diamond with fellow Girl Scouts and their families as they cheer on the Round Rock Express.

Society of Women Engineers at Texas A&M University
Texas Stars

Annual Girl Scout Cookie Kickoff & Sleepover event:  See this year’s flyer for more details.


GSCTX has partnered with VentureLab, a non-profit organization that is helping develop the next generation of innovators, to bring our girls a new entrepreneur program that focuses on how to instill that mindset all year long. VentureLab Founder/CEO, Cristal Glanchai, PHD, is a scientist, entrepreneur, and mentor who is passionate about developing the next generation of creative leaders. Find out more about this partnership today!

Wells Fargo

Girl Scouts has teamed up with Wells Fargo to provide real life exposure to girls that will help them become money mavens. This exciting and inspiring FREE PATCH PROGRAM is available to all grade levels and includes an age-appropriate educational online game approach for girls to learn about financial literacy while having fun!  These experiences will not only inspire girls to set glamorous goals, but will also ensure they become savvy money earners and confident money managers.

A 2013 GSUSA study revealed that 94% of girls would rather make their own money than rely on their parents and 80% would rather make their own money than marry someone who would support them financially.  Girls feels strongly that financial responsibilities should be shared, with 86% saying that both household partners should make financial decision yet only 12% considering themselves very confident making financial decisions. We can change that!

GSCTX and Wells Fargo know that every girl is a part of the future of our economy and we want to ensure they are confident in their financial decision making.  We’re so excited to partner with Wells Fargo Hands on Banking® to make this possible!

Additional Opportunities
See full list of GSCTX partnerships here.