Courage: the quality of mind or spirit that enables a person to face difficulty, danger and pain ("Courage"). One of the major qualities emphasized by Girl Scouts, courage is one of three standards taught in the final three levels of Girl Scouts. In their ‘cadette’ year (the third of six levels), a girl is taught about self image and how to stand up for what she believes. In their cumulative award, the Bronze award, a girl finds her voice and uses it to make a difference in the community that raised and nurtured her. She can do this by designing a community walk-a-thon for charity, or by lending a hand at the local humane center. Wherever the girl decides to work, Girl Scouts encourages her to choose a field that they have a passion for.
Giving girls this chance to learn about courage, about facing danger and difficulty, will give them the poise to reach for the harder projects. It will also give them the belief that they can do that project. After touring the Humane Society with her older sisters Girl Scout troop, 5th g...
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...l raise hundreds of dollars for a cause she has a passion for. She gains Character, the lasting impression that is her, and it will be evident not only to her, but with everyone she passes and interacts. This brings the girl a surety of whom she is. When a girl is this sure of herself, what could possibly sway her?
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