Troop Pathway



The troop pathway is the most traditional pathway of Girl Scouts and allows girls an opportunity to spend time and work together with other girls in the same age group, usually over a span of 9-12 months.  Girls may join at any time during the membership year.

The troop meetings are built around the girls’ ideas and interest.  Girls plan, in partnership with adult volunteers, to earn awards, take trips, go camping, develop leadership skills, do community service projects and just plain have fun!

Troop Pathway Volunteers

Kentucky’s Wilderness Road is recruiting enthusiastic volunteers who want to mentor girls in the troop setting.   This pathway provides the most interaction with girls and therefore, the greatest opportunity to shape and develop the leadership skills of girls.   For more information on how you get involved, contact Cindi Griffith, Volunteer Development Director at


Not a Girl Scout? Not a Problem!

Fill out the Become a Girl Scout form and join Girl Scouts today!

Email a friend about the Troop Pathway!