Let the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, bring art and history alive! Brownie and Junior Girl Scouts have the unique opportunity to learn about art, history, and different cultures while also working on completing the painting and drawing badges! Each visit lasts an hour and a half, combines gallery exploration with activities specially designed to fulfill one component of the badge requirements, and can be customized to include your troop's interests. Please choose only one badge and activity per visit. Troop leaders work closely with Museum educators to design customized tours that fit the interests and needs of your troop. Each visit lasts an hour and a half and combines gallery exploration with an art-making activity.
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How safe is your data? Probably not as safe as you think: Everything from international cyber attacks to your smart refrigerator can put personal information, money and even your own safety at risk. But there is new help. Thorbecke reported that the badges, which were released in fall , covered everything from hacking to online identity protection. Rather, they encompass everything from fashion to business, social innovation to computing. And the Girl Scouts' leadership has made a commitment to STEM education, developing a scientific and technological discovery program that exposes girls to STEM topics every year, like cybersecurity. The organization partnered with Palo Alto Networks, a security company, to develop the 18 badges.
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Sydney Ireland has been an unofficial member of Boy Scout Troop in Manhattan since she was a little girl. She wants to become an Eagle Scout, but girls aren't allowed to earn merit badges. According to the Boy Scout Law , "a Scout is trustworthy, loyal, helpful, friendly, courteous, kind, obedient, cheerful, thrifty, brave, clean, and reverent. Sydney Ireland has been involved with scouting since she was four years old, when she began tagging along with her older brother to Cub Scout meetings. Since then, she has been an unofficial, but enthusiastic, member of Troop in Manhattan.
Girl Scouts from tiny Daisies to teen Ambassadors may earn 23 new badges focused on science, technology, engineering and math. The effort takes a progressive approach to STEM and also nudges girls to become citizen scientists using the great outdoors as their laboratory. Among the new badges are those that introduce kindergarten and first graders to the world of robots and engineering.