In aMUSE, Juniors gain an understanding of just how limitless their potential is as they try on a range of roles—real and creative—that the world offers. In doing so, they learn about people and the power of real-life action and leadership. Find out more about this program on GSUSA's site.

This is a 10-session Journey, but could be modified to fit your troop’s needs.

  • Visit a theater, see a play or a puppetry show
  • Participate in an acting workshops
  • Visit a business or other location with a woman the girls’ admire and
    learn more about their job.
  • Visit a photo display at an art museum

  • Have girls dress up as their favorite character or role model
  • Consider continuing to bring in women role models or various career options after the panel discussion
  • In sample session 4, when looking at ads, you might also consider finding a few commercials on YouTube
  • Put together a scavenger hunt with activities that play to different girls’ strengths, like the comic book story in the book


  • Have the girls bring items for their Prop Box
  • Visit thrift stores or garage sales to pick up a few items to get you started
  • Each girl should have a copy of the Journey book    
  • The green boxes throughout the Facilitator Guide have great additional programming options
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