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USAGSO Badges & Patches

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Discover USAGSO Patch (All Ages)

USA Girl Scouts Overseas Girls Scouts can discover their host nation culture through a series of fun activities designed to explore food, folklore, architecture, customs, clothing, history and religion.

                          Discover USAGSO Patch Requirements


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Sum-More Adventure Patch (All Ages)

Venture outside to discover, connect, and take action while having summer fun. For all ages.

Sum-More Adventure Patch Requirements


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Origami Crane Patch (All Ages)

Girl Scouts discover the meaning of the Origami Crane and share this symbol of good fortune with the world.

Origami Crane Patch Requirements


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Emergency Preparedness Patch & Rockers  (Brownies-Ambassadors)

Girl Scouts living overseas learn disaster readiness for a variety of geographical disasters. 

                          Emergency Preparedness Patch Requirements



Kokeshi Badge  (Brownies and Juniors)

Brownies and Juniors in Japan, Korea, or Okinawa discover, connect, and take action to explore their host nation culture.

                          Brownie Kokeshi Badge

                          Junior Kokeshi Badge


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Marine Life Badge  (Brownies and Juniors)

Brownies and Juniors discover, connect, and take action to explore marine life. 

                          Brownie Marine Badge

                          Junior Marine Badge

More Information on Badges & Patches

Girl Scout badges are a great way for a girl to explore her interests, learn new skills, remember every adventure, and show the world all that she has accomplished. Badges are earned by following specific steps, and can be worn on the front of the Girl Scout Uniform.  Use the Girl’s Guide to Girl Scouting, the VTK, and the Badge Explorer to find out more about GSUSA Badges for each troop level.  

Unlike badges, patches are worn for participating in any number of activities, events, or even trips.  Patches do not have to focus on developing a skill but instead focus on fun and are worn on the back of the Girl Scout uniform.