Finding new challenges

Travel the world, develop leadership skills, boost your CV and have the time of your life!

What is Rangers

Rangers is all about taking the lead and finding new challenges. Our programme of interest badges, skills builders and awards supports young women to try new things, travel the world and develop skills across our six themes.

Being a Ranger is also all about taking action and giving back to the community. You’ll meet up regularly, do fun activities and get recognised for your achievements with badges and awards.

Plus, you’ll get incredible opportunities to develop essential skills like leadership, build a network of friends in your area and enhance your CV.

Joining Rangers

Get started on your Rangers adventure and register your interest with us. We’ll be in touch with more information on how you can get involved.

What Rangers do

Build your skills

Rangers can work towards a vast array of awards and qualifications, like our Leadership qualification and internationally recognised Duke of Edinburgh’s Award. You can also earn Theme awards and go for your Ranger Gold award.

Peer education

Become a peer educator and support girls and young women on the issues they face, like body confidence and mental health and well-being.

Raise your voice

Join  Speak Out to have your say on the things that matter most to young women in Scotland! You can also apply to become a Speak Out champion to lead the way in creating campaigns and act as a spokesperson. Or link up with Girlguiding to join the fantastic Advocate panel and make your voice heard by decision makers.

International adventures

Travel the world with Rangers. From working on a development project in a remote village, to representing Scottish guiding at an international conference, you’ll be able to take on some life-changing international adventures.

Browse the shop

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Volunteer for us

Could you give your time to make an impact on the lives of girls and young women in Scotland?