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Patch Programs and Council’s Own Patches
Please note that some patch programs and council’s own patches may not be listed. Some of the activities created by the legacy councils that now form Girl Scouts of Greater Los Angeles are similar but may have different requirements, so please inquire with regional program staff for more information. Patches are available in our council stores. For store contact info click on the SHOP tab at the top of the page.
2014 Tournament of Roses Patch Program
The Tournament of Roses Patch Program is designed to teach girls about the Tournament of Roses Parade and the preparations required to make it happen, the role of volunteers in the parade, and related places of interest in Pasadena. Click here for the patch program requirements and download the evaluation and order form here.
Super Troop Patch Program
2012-13 GSGLA Super Troop Patch Criteria: Your troop may be eligible to receive the 2012-2013 Super Troop patch! Just complete the application form (aquí en Español) - all five criteria must be met. Submit the completed form to your Membership Specialist or local service center by June 30, 2013. Following the verification process, patches will be available for pick up at your local service center beginning August 1, 2013.
2013-14 GSGLA Super Troop Patch Criteria: Re-register your troop now before the fall rush and take the first step toward becoming a GSGLA Super Troop in 2013-2014! All Super Troops receive a special GSGLA patch and will be recognized council wide for their efforts! Click here (aquí en Español) for the 2013-14 Super Troop Patch Criteria and Application, and you’re on your way to earning that special GSGLA patch!
Marine Mammal Badge
Through this badge, you will learn about, experience, enjoy and help support the health, welfare and habitat of marine animals of Southern California.
Marine Mammal Brownie Try-It
This Try-It Program introduces Girl Scouts to the health, welfare and habitat of marine animals of Southern California.
Girl scouts make connections to communities and all around the world. Let’s make a new connection – to our planet. Climate change and global warming is changing our planet and affects our lives. Find out how Girl Scouts of all levels can help!
JPL/NASA EARTH Science Patch
Most Girl Scouts know that JPL builds rovers and NASA sends astronauts into space. Did you know that NASA and JPL also keep an eye on our home planet – Earth? Understanding Earth from the viewpoint of space helps us understand and connect to our changing world. Click here to download the Seasons Team Activity sheet.
Starry Skies Patch Program
The Starry Skies Patch Program is designed for Brownie Girl Scouts to help them learn about and appreciate the sky above them.
Mission Trails Council's Own Badge
Mission Trails Council’s Own Badge is designed for Junior Girl Scouts to learn about life along the Mission Trail and how the blending of cultures contributed to our California heritage.
Float Decorating Council's Own Badge
The Float Decorating Council’s Own Badge is designed for Junior Girl Scouts to experience Pasadena Tournament of Roses float design and floral arrangement.
Float Decorating Council's Own Interest Project Award
The Float Decoration Council’s Own Interest Project Award is designed for Cadette, Senior and Ambassador Girl Scouts to learn about float design, building and decorating, floral arranging and to explore the career possibilities within the float industry.
Night Sky Patch Program
The Night Sky Girl Scout Patch Program may be completed at any time, after an adult affiliated with the troop completes the Telescope and Exploring the Solar System training sessions.
Eight Basic Camping Skills
This patch program has been developed to help Girl Scouts acquire skills needed to make outdoor living fun, enjoyable and easy. Level 5 activities are provided for those who are seeking an additional challenge after completing the first four levels.
All girls (Brownie through Ambassador) start with Level I and continue at their own pace. Brownies and Juniors may advance through the skill levels in day camps, resident camps, or in their own troops. Cadettes and Seniors may advance in the same way or by teaching these same skills to a younger camp unit or troop. These activities are not appropriate for Daisy Girl Scouts.
California Natives Council's Own Interest Project Award
The California Natives Council’s Own Interest Project Award is designed to help Cadette, Senior and Ambassador Girl Scouts learn about California native plants.
Guide Dogs of America Patch Program
Junior, Cadette, Senior and Ambassador Girl Scouts may earn this patch, which facilitates knowledge about the raising and care of specially trained guide dogs.