2011 – aMUSE (Journey Set)

Released in 2011.
The Junior’s Girl’s Guide to Girl Scouting page has the information on when all badges were released.

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Explore roles you play in your life and try on new ones—play a role-playing game, invite actors to talk about the characters they’ve played, or learn to spot stereotypes on TV, in movies, or in ads.

3 parts to Earning this Journey:

  1. Reach Out!
    1. shows that you understand the many roles women and girls play in the world around them and the leadership skills used to play them
  2. Speak Out!
    1. shows that you are aware of how stereotypes could hold yourself and others back from trying on roles, and they take action to help stop stereotypes.
  3. Try Out!
    1. shows that you have the courage and confidence to try out new roles

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Troop Meeting Ideas

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Multi-Level Matches

Check out other badges that might work well with this badge when doing activities with multiple levels.  These are simply suggestions and may take some creativity and extra steps to earn all the badges in various levels.

A Multi-Level Troop will need to do extra steps when earning different badges across levels. It depends on how many requirements overlap. Some will only have one or two matching requirements.

If there is no badge in a level, we suggest that a level earns a Fun Patch related to the rest of the badges instead of an official badge.

  • Daisy – Between Earth and Sky – Feelings, talents, protect national treasure (the TAP)
  • BrownieBrownie Quest – Talents, teamwork, TAP
  • JunioraMUSE – roles, stereotypes, TAP
  • Cadette – aMAZE – healthy relationships, navigating cliques, moving beyond stereotypes, TAP
  • Senior – Mission Sisterhood: self-reflection and healthy relationships, find issue that women face and research it, TAP
  • Ambassador – Public Policy – make a TAP to solve a local problem

Uniform Placement

This badge should go where #20 is stated on the GSUSA Uniform Guide.

Image Credit from GSUSA Uniform Guide

(Note – Badges and pins on a sash simply go in order (top of sash to bottom of sash) of Identification badges, bridging badge, pins, journeys, and other badges. Anything that does not fit on the front can be placed on the back of the sash. Sashes will not hold a lot of badges and vests are recommended if you plan to earn badges.)

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