Senior Branches offers several program choices for older girls (ages 15 -
17+). Girls choose to work on the Cadet, Junior Leader, or Ranger programs
depending on their interests. In all three programs they work on a common core
program and various challenges specific to their branch. Girls who complete core
program requirements and branch-specific requirements are eligible to receive
the Chief Commissioner's Gold Award.
|Spend most of their time learning about and practising leadership in
Guiding. The Cadet program involves hands-on work in Spark, Brownie,
Guide, and Pathfinder Units. Cadets work with younger girls of many
different age levels and units.
|Work hands-on as part of the leadership team in a single unit. They
concentrate on leadership skills which apply to leading the girls of the
age group they have chosen to work with.
|Have regular meetings with other Rangers to plan and carry out their
program. The goal of Rangering in Canada is "to provide
opportunities to challenge young women to develop self-confidence and
their own potential as individuals, and to contribute to the future of
All Cadets, Junior Leaders and Rangers make the Guide Promise when they are
The Guide Promise
I promise to do my best,
To be true to myself, my God/faith* and Canada;
I will help others,
And accept the Guiding Law.
* Guides choose to say either God or faith when repeating their Promise,
according to their personal beliefs.
The Guide Law
The Guiding Law challenges me to:
|be honest and trustworthy
|use my resources wisely
|respect myself and others
|recognize and use my talents and abilities
|protect our common environment
|live with courage and strength
|share in the sisterhood of Guiding.|
The Guide Motto
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