With the NASCAR Hall of Fame, girls can 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.
Daisies will earn their Automotive Design, Automotive Engineering and Automotive Manufacturing badges.
Daisy Girl Scouts will earn the Automotive Engineering program badges. Girls can participate in a 60-minute workshop and complete three badges: Automotive Design, Automotive Engineering and Automotive Manufacturing. During the sessions, girls will 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.
Program kits and materials are sent to the scout leader at least one week prior to the event. Additional items will be required for some programs.
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In Person or Virtual:
$145 for up to 25 Girl Scouts; additional fees apply for larger programs; 49 Girl Scouts Max
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Automotive Design, Automotive Engineering, Automotive Manufacturing
Automotive 1: Design
Buckle up and explore how automotive designers imagine and make plans for a new vehicle, like a car or truck. Then, design your own!
1. Choose special features for your vehicle
2. Sketch your vehicle
3. Sculpt and share your vehicle
When you’ve earned this badge, you’ll know how people design cars.
Automotive 2: Engineering
Discover how automotive engineers turn ideas into real cars! Then, build, test, and improve a model of a vehicle.
1. Create your automotive engineering plan
2. Build a vehicle prototype
3. Test your vehicle prototype
When you’ve earned this badge, you’ll know how automotive engineers work together to build cars and other vehicles.
Automotive 3: Manufacturing
Fire your engines and find out how automotive manufacturers build and test vehicles to make sure they’re ready for the road.
1. Explore efficient manufacturing and assembly lines
2. Create an assembly line to manufacture vehicles
3. Examine and test your vehicles for quality
When you’ve earned this badge, you’ll know how manufacturers assemble high-quality vehicles.