Rangers is the section of Girlguiding UK for young women aged 14 to 18.
Rangers wear a brand new uniform, meet up regularly, have fun doing activities together and be recognised for their achievements with badges and awards. Whatever you want to do, Rangers offers a range of unique opportunities.
In Rangers you’ll follow our programme of interest badges, skills builders and awards. You’ll take part in amazing challenges, travel the world and develop skills across our six themes.
Click here to find out more and register for Rangers
Girlguiding Inspire is our community for women aged 18 – 30 is fun, flexible and tailored to you.
Be part of a community of young women having adventures, gaining skills and making memories to last a lifetime.
Whether you want to travel the world, build up your CV, support girls or simply have fun with new friends, you can do it with Girlguiding.
There are loads of ways to get involved. Some of our opportunities are through volunteering with local Girlguiding units, others you can do on your own.
Click here to find out more https://www.girlguiding.org.uk/what-we-do/inspire/
Both sections are able to access opportunities, depending upon age, such as
- The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Scheme – you need to complete this Award by your 26th birthday
- Training towards leadership qualifications
- Queens’ Guide Award
- IN4mer – working as a peer educator on subjects relevant to younger members
- Junior Council member – representing youth members at senior council level and putting their views forward
- Guide member of SSAGO – often found in universities as a joint society with Scouts
- Member of the Trefoil Guild
You might fit into one of these categories or you might fit into lots. You can take advantage of opportunities that become available, including representing Girlguiding UK internationally, being a member of a Junior Council, completing your Queen’s Guide Award and attending conferences and weekend events such as Innovate.