GSNETX Patches & GSUSA STEM Badges

Girl Scouts has a long history of encouraging girls to participate in STEM. The first STEM badges—the electrician badge and the flyer badge—were introduced in 1913! The Girl Scouts of Northeast Texas invites you to join this important work shaping our future leaders. Our goal is to build and reinforce girls’ interest in STEM, to support their continued involvement as they reach critical decision-making points, and to achieve parity in these fields.

Girl Scouts of Northeast Texas Patches

The Girl Scouts of Northeast Texas has STEM Badges for every program grade level.
Through a partnership with Texas Instruments, girls can earn the TI STEM patch at each program grade level. FREE TI STEM patch while supplies last for each GSNETX girl member who completes the requirements and submits their evaluation form. For more information see the Texas Instruments STEM Patch page.
STEM Seal of Approval
Do you know there is STEM in almost all activities girls do? Girls can earn a FREE STEM Seal of Approval patch for completing the documentation for a program they do or by attending a program from one of our GPS Preferred STEM vendors. For more information, visit

GSUSA Badges

Girls Guide to Girl Scouting badges
Skill-building badges at each age level offer girls the opportunity to explore STEM interests like website design, forensic science, product design, chemistry, game design, entertainment technology and financial portfolio planning. For more about the National Portfolio, click here.
GSUSA has STEM in many of their patches, but they have specific STEM badges girls can earn as well.
Home Scientist
Entertainment Technology
Science of Happines
Science of Style
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