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  • Girl Scout Merchandise Junior Mechanical Engineering Badge Requirements

Junior Mechanical Engineering Badge Requirements

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Welcome to the world of mechanical engineering! When you’ve earned these three badges, you’ll know how to use the Design Thinking Process to solve problems like an engineer.

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Every day, a mechanical engineer invents another machine to help people or solve a problem—such as nonpolluting cars or a better hearing aid.
Who knows what machines we’ll need next! If solving problems excites you, you may want to think about becoming a mechanical engineer so that you can invent these machines yourself!

This Mechanical Engineering badge booklet for girls provides the badge requirements, information, and fun facts about engineering for all three (LEVEL) mechanical engineering badges. It does not include all the information needed to complete the badges. Volunteers may access full meeting plans—including detailed activity instructions—on the Volunteer Toolkit (VTK) or by contacting their local council.

This 24-page booklet provides the steps needed for the Junior age level girl to earn her Mechanical Engineering Badges. Badges sold separately. Booklet is three hole punched to fit into the Girls' Guide to Girl Scouting binder. Each 24-page booklet individually packed in a poly-bag. Printed in the USA.

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