Girl Scouts and STEAM
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Girl Scouts and STEAM

At Girl Scouts, we introduce girls of every age to science, technology, engineering, the arts, and math (STEAM) to help them see how they can actually improve the world—whether they're discovering how a car's engine runs, learning to manage finances, or caring for animals.

We’d like every girl to explore different aspects of STEAM every year, so we’ve developed a unique, "fun with purpose" K–12 curriculum to inspire girls to embrace and celebrate scientific discovery in their lives.

5 Weeks of STEAM at Ducktail Day Camp

At Ducktail Day Camp, she'll explore the world around her, try new things, and build self-confidence while having a blast. And remember - your day camper can invite her very best friends to attend with her...even if they aren't Girl Scouts! Before and after care provided for busy families, too!

Join us for all 10 weeks of Ducktail Day Camp or the 5 weeks devoted to STEAM activities!

Learn more about Ducktail Day Camp!

Adventure is Out There: June 3 - 7


In the words of Ellie from the Pixar Animation Studios and Walt Disney Pictures animated movie Up! ,"Adventure is out there!" so let's start exploring!

Girls age 5 - 13 will explore and investigate the mysterious world beyond planet Earth, known as space. Campers will discover that space is even bigger than they thought as they venture through the Solar System.

Girl Scout Badge Earned:

Daisies (ages 5 and 6) – Space Science Explorer

Brownies (ages 7 and 8) – Space Science Adventurer

Juniors (ages 9 and 10) – Space Science Investigator

Cadettes (ages 11 - 13) -  Media Journey

Minion Apprentice: June 17 - 21


What makes things move, how do you create more energy? Engineering can solve problems both big and small. Girls will learn how to build and test their inventions and complete a design challenge!

Girl Scout Badge(s) Earned:

Daisies (ages 5 and 6) – What Robots Do, How Robots Move, and Design a Robot

Brownies (ages 7 and 8)  – Fling Flyer Challenge

Juniors (ages 9 and 10) – Paddle Boat Design Challenge

Cadettes (ages 11 - 13) – Amaze Journey

How Far I'll Go: July 1 - 3


It’s time to be courageous and brave like Moana! Girls will embark on three Girl Scout Journeys to earn their Summit Award Pin. 

Seniors and Ambassadors will have the opportunity to earn volunteer hours toward the Service to Girl Scouting Bar.

*This week is discounted since the Council office & shop will be closed July 4 and 5  in observance of Independence Day. No Field Trip this week.

Girl Scout Journeys Earned:

Computer Science: Think Like a Programmer

Engineering: Think Like an Engineer

It’s Your Planet – Love It! 

I've Got Gadgets and Gizmos: July 8 - 12


Ariel form The Little Mermaid is always designing new inventions with her gadgets and gizmo collection! This week, girls will be challenged to think like Ariel as they design their own gadgets and gizmos.

Girls ages 11 -13 can earn the American Red Cross Babysitting certification which includes First Aid and CPR for infants and children.

Girl Scout Badge(s) Earned:

Daisies (ages 5 and 6) – Roller Coaster Design Challenge, Model Car Design Challenge

Brownies (ages 7 and 8) – Leap Bot Design Challenge, Race Car Design Challenge

Juniors (ages 9 and 10) – Balloon Design Challenge, Crane Design Challenge

Cadettes (ages 11 - 13) – Babysitter

Stop Your Glitching: August 5 - 9


Glitching a little in the cyber-world like Vanellope Von Schweetz from Wreck-It Ralph was? Need some help learning how to keep your identity safe on the internet? Then you’ve come the right place! Girls will gain a basic understanding about how computers work and protecting themselves while surfing the web.

Girl Scout Badge(s) Earned:

Daisies (ages 5 and 6) – Board Game Design Challenge

Brownies  (ages 7 and 8)– Making Games

Juniors (ages 9 and 10) – Playing the Past

Cadettes (ages 11 - 13) – Field Day


Meet Our STEAM Director

Britney Davis - STEAM Director
Britney Davis

Britney Davis was born and raised in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. At an early age, Britney practiced gymnastics and trained in various styles of dance including ballet, jazz, tap, modern, and pointe. To further develop her artistry, Britney performed with the Grace Dance Theater of Philadelphia, Koresh Dance Company, and Philadanco! The Philadelphia Dance Company.

Britney developed her passion for being a servant leader and making the world a better place from twelve years of Girl Scouting. Within her Girl Scout experience, Britney earned her Bronze and Silver Awards and the Girl Scout Gold Award, becoming part of the 5.4% of Girl Scouts who successfully earn the highest award in Girl Scouting. Girl Scouts aided in Britney’s love for travel as she used her cookie profits to attend three Girl Scout Destinations: The Space Academy in Huntsville, Alabama and travels to Northern California and Costa Rica.

Graduating from Villanova University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical Engineering with minors in Business and Engineering Entrepreneurship in 2015, Britney played an active role in reactivating the Villanova University chapter of the National Society of Black Engineers, an organization dedicated to stimulating minority growth within engineering.
While a student at Villanova University, Britney interned with the Dow Chemical Company as a Production Engineer in Ringwood, IL and Process Automation Engineer at Dow’s largest facility in Freeport, TX.
Upon graduation, Britney accepted a position with Precision Castparts Corp. in their two-year Management Development Program where she worked in Southern California as Process Control Engineer and then in Las Vegas as Process Engineer and Crushing Supervisor.

Britney joined the Girl Scouts of Southern Nevada in July 2017 as STEAM Director.