Be COURAGEOUS like a Girl Scout.
Girl Scouts challenges girls to get outside their comfort zone and stretch their capabilities. When girls get outdoors they discover they are better problem solvers, develop leadership skills, become team players and are happier overall. The more time girls spend in nature, the better they feel about their physical selves. Being active and outside makes girls focus on what their bodies can do, rather than how they look.
Girl Scouts hiked through national parks, sailed the Aquia Creek, hit the bullseye on our archery ranges, learned how to throw a tomahawk, cared for and rode horses, went deep underground spelunking and climbed 30 feet above ground to balance across a wobble beam, before zip-lining to the ground.