These young women, 14-18 years, plan and carry out their own activities based on different areas of experience, enhancing their all round development, and playing an active role in their local community.
Growing with Guides
The programme is linked to a variety of recognised qualifications or awards, both within and outside Guiding. The opportunities and challenges which Guiding offers are designed to be particularly beneficial to girls getting ready to embark on a career.
Going places with Guides
The World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts owns and runs four world centres where Guides can visit and work (once they are 18). It's a great way to travel, connect with other Guides and help the community of the country.
Future Community Leaders
Being part of Guides will help you to develop your skills so that you can help your community locally, nationally, and across the world.
You'll get various leadership opportunities.
You can become a junior Leader, working with girls younger than yourself.