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Girl Scout Program

Rev up for an action-packed opportunity with the NASCAR Hall of Fame featuring a series of virtual badge programs designed for each level of scouting.

Program Highlights

Daisy, Brownie and Junior Scouts will earn the Automotive Engineering program badges. Scouts can participate in a 60-minute workshop and complete three badges: Automotive Design, Automotive Engineering and Automotive Manufacturing. During the sessions, the scouts participate in a series of hands-on lessons that include designing a car, building a model, creating an assembly line, and engineering a balloon race car. Junior Scouts will additionally discover the science behind both cars and race cars.

Cadette, Senior and Ambassador Scouts have two program options that will earn them a series of badges based on their level. The two programs are 90-minutes in duration with pre- and post workshop activities to be completed by the scout. The STEM Careers Program examines some of the many different STEM careers in NASCAR – including some of the more “unknown” jobs like a chemist or nutritionist. The second program examines the business of NASCAR, with activities like planning, budgeting and even public speaking.

Program Details

Applicable to all badge programs. If you have any additional questions about our programs please contact our team below.

Individual Pricing icon

Individual scout pricing options are available for Council participation purposes. Please connect with the Group Sales Team today to talk about your specific situation.

Number of Participants icon

Up to 25 scouts included in the listed group pricing; additional fees apply for larger programs; 49 max

Program Lengths icon

Cadette, Senior, Ambassador:
Pre-workshop: 30 minutes; Workshop (LIVE) 90 minutes

Daisy, Brownie, Junior:
60 Minutes

Supply Lists for Cadette, Senior, Ambassador icon

Cadette, Senior, Ambassador:
No kits. A list of supplies and materials required for scouts to gather before the session is sent at least two weeks before the session date. Pre-workshop activities are also included in the email.

Automotive Engineering

Badge Series

Girl Scout Levels: Daisy, Brownie, Junior

Badges Completed: Automotive Design, Automotive Engineering, Automotive Manufacturing

Group Pricing: $145 (pre-pay at booking)

Kits: Program kits and materials are sent to the scout leader at least two weeks prior to the event. Additional shipping charges will apply. Scouts need to supplement the kit materials with personal supplies such as tape, scissors, and crayons/markers/colored pencils.

*NOTE: Junior Automotive Engineering programs include two additional grade level science activities to achieve badge. Junior level program is designed for this level only.

Program Descriptions

From engines, tires and the body of a race car, each part has been designed to meet a specific need. Constant redesign and engineering occur to improve the function of any single race car part. During the sessions, scouts will participate in a series of hands-on lessons that may include designing a car, building a model, creating an assembly line and engineering a balloon race car.

Revved up for Engineering and Racing (Daisy) icon

Girl Scout Level: Daisy

Join the NASCAR Hall of Fame to explore automotive and racing engineering. Daisy Scouts will complete three badges within 60 minutes. Discover how cars have different jobs and parts, create your future car, create an assembly line of parts and tools, and build and test out your car.This action-packedworkshop gets scouts racing to the finish line to learn about cars and race cars.

Ready to Race and Engineer (Brownie) icon

Girl Scout Level: Brownie

Have you ever thought about how race cars are designed and engineered? Or how race cars can drive faster than a regular car?Join the NASCAR Hall of Fame for a 60-minute program to earn three badges. Scouts will explore how and why cars are designed and their purpose by examining parts and pieces by creating their own car design. Learn about assembly lines and how cars are manufactured at a race team and a factory. Test your own engineering skills to build a car. Then race your cars to see if you can set or beat the Hall’s track record.

Bonus Badge Completed: Mechanical Engineering (automotive)

Engineering for Speed (Daisy, Brownie) icon

Girl Scout Level: Daisy, Brownie

Teamwork is key to NASCAR. Daisy and Brownies can work together in this blended 60-minute program to earn three badges. Scouts will explore how and why cars are designed and their purpose by examining parts and pieces and creating their car design. Learn about assembly lines and how cars are manufactured at a race team and a factory. Test your engineering skills to build a car based on their scout level. Then race your cars to see if you can set or beat the NASCAR Hall of Fame track record.

Full Throttle Engineering and Racing (Junior) icon

Girl Scout Level: Junior

Designed for speed, race cars can drive at speeds up to 200 mph. Junior Scouts explore race cars and streetcars to discover design, science, engineering, and manufacturing, earning three badges. Junior Scouts step into the roles of engineer, designer and aerodynamics. Throughout the 60-minute session, scouts will create their cars through each step of the program, from concept to build to racing. Scouts will need to draw on their knowledge of science, including forces in motion and energy. The session will end with a race to the finish line to measure whose car can travel the farthest.

Behind Every
Great Win

NASCAR – A World of STEM Careers

Girl Scout Levels: Cadette, Senior, Ambassador

Description: NASCAR as a sport offers many opportunities to participate in STEM careers. From race team (engineers, designers, welders) to track (civic engineers, operations, and security) to media (sound technicians, production team) or NASCAR (inspectors, engineers, research and development technicians), NASCAR is diverse in STEM in action. During the workshop, scouts will explore various careers, explore the STEM within the sport by creating cars and tracks, and learn about science and the importance of health and nutrition.

Badges Complete: STEM Careers and Eating for You

Group Pricing: $170 (pre-pay at booking)

Behind Every Great Win

The Business Behind a Winning Team

Girl Scout Levels: Cadette, Senior, Ambassador

Description: The business behind NASCAR provides an excellent opportunity to explore how business plans, budgeting, public speaking, and marketing are combined to keep the sport and the race cars on track. During this workshop, scouts will explore the business elements behind NASCAR and then put those ideas into action by collaboratively creating business ideas, plans and marketing strategies. Scouts will create a prototype of a product (race car) to round out their business pitches.

Badges Complete: Budgeting, Business Plan and Marketing

Group Pricing: $170 (pre-pay at booking)

Badges: Leaders will order the badges through their local Council or Girl Scout shop to present to the scouts. The cost of badges is not included in the program.

Contact Our Team

If you have any questions regarding the Virtual Badge Program, please email us at groupsales@nascarhall.com.

Bryan Kowert

Bryan Kowert

Senior Manager, Group Sales 704-654-4435 Email
Amy Lopez

Amy Lopez

Group Sales Manager 704-654-4437 Email
Eliza Russell

Eliza Russell

Education Manager 704-654-4462 Email