Dare to be Daring
I admit it– when I found out I was pregnant with a girl, I was terrified. I immediately thought of all the hurdles girls come across and panicked about how I would raise a strong, confident girl in today’s world. Then, I paused and took a few deep breaths and remembered all of the fantastic resources available.
My daughter is now five and I’m feeling better than ever about raising her to be strong, confident, and courageous and I know Girl Scouts Heart of Michigan will play a part in this development.
Girl Scouts Heart of Michigan + Discovering Potential
Girl Scouts Heart of Michigan helps build courage, confidence, and character enabling our youth to make the world a better place. Girls always come first at Girl Scouts and they always will.
It’s a place where any girl feels comfortable and welcomed and where she can explore new interests like robotics, cybersecurity, environmental stewardship, and so much more.
For over 100 years, Girl Scouts of the US has provided the tools needed to “dream big and do bigger”. There are numerous ways to participate in Girl Scouts- troop, camps, programs, travel.
Best of all, every single adventure is girl-powered and girl-led.
Bold, Fun Adventure at Girl Scout Camp
Some of my fondest memories growing up were of summer camp and I know my daughter will feel the same. Girl Scouts Heart of Michigan is excited to offer a variety of options for summer camp for ANY girl (Grade 2 – 12). That’s right- no prior Girl Scout experience is required to attend camp.
What are you waiting for?
80% of Girl Scouts said they have a strong sense of self and are confident in who they are and what they can do in the world. Girl Scout camp is the perfect way to get started, offering both overnight and day camp options.
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Whatever your daughter may be interested in – horses, adventure, climbing, travel—there’s a Girl Scout Camp for her. Camp opportunities run year-round and are staffed by experts in girl leadership and outdoor adventures. Camp sessions offer a new theme each week. At overnight camps, girls can choose the activities they are interested in. Examples of camp activities:
- indoor/outdoor climbing wall
- outdoor cooking
If overnight camp isn’t an option, consider day camp as an option to start a new summer tradition.
Through Girl Scouts Heart of Michigan Camp, the girl in your life will experience the benefits of unplugging from electronics as she steps outside her comfort zone, creates lifelong friendships, develops confidence, and has fun.
Registration for summer camp is now open.