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Girl Scouts introduces girls of every age to science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) experiences relevant to everyday life. Whether they're discovering how a car's engine runs, how to manage finances, or exploring careers in STEM fields, girls are fast-forwarding into the future!


Check out our latest  Program Resource Guide to see how you can experience the STEM with Girl Scouts. Check out our Pinterest for some awesome ideas on how to bring STEM activities to your home or troop! 


Patch Programs
Earn patches such as Galactic Explorer and our Techbridge patches!



Techbridge STEM Kits
Girl Scout Councils and Techbridge have joined together to offer five fun, hands-on program kits to inspire girls in science and engineering! Volunteers can reserve these activity kits here.

Make it Green

Girls explore each stage of the green design process from brainstorming an idea, to creating a floor plan, to building with recycled materials as they construct a green studio.

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Design Time

Girls work through the engineering design process and get their creative juices flowing with four playful design scenarios.

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Power it up

Girls learn about electronics and circuitry through a series of hands-on investigations. They explore Snap Circuits, learn about basic electronic components, and build different kinds of circuits.

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Welcome to a crazy carnival of your own creation. Explore simple machines as you build a merry-go-round, a bean-bag toss, and a race car.

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Engineers to the Rescue

Survival skills meet science as you design water filters, wind-powered cranks, a message-carrying car, and safe shelter for your troop’s imaginary camping trip in Yellowstone National Park

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Junior FIRST LEGO League serves girls ages 6-9. Teams of six girls research a topic, build a model based on their research, and present their work at an Expo. FIRST LEGO League, for teams of six to ten girls ages 9-14, is a robotics program in which teams research a topic, then build and program a robot to perform tasks related to that topic. Girl Scouts of CT has limited grant funding to support teams by providing all the necessary equipment and registration fees.