The short answer is, anything she wants! Here are just a few ideas:
Complete badges and Journeys. Journeys guide girls toward becoming leaders in their communities. Badges include a variety of skill-building activities, many of which complement the Journeys. Choose from different badges and Journeys at each program level.
Attend events and activities. Meet other girls, work toward badges and Journeys, learn about the outdoors, and more at council-sponsored events. Service units also offer many events and service opportunities, which are great for IRMs to meet other Girl Scouts in their area.
Help Others Through Community Service. Working individually or with the Girl Scout community, IRMs make the world a better place. They also pass along what they’ve learned, gain leadership skills, and earn special mentoring awards by helping younger Girl Scouts at troop meetings, events, camp, and more.
Participate in the cookie program and fall product program. Fund activities while learning great business skills including goal setting, decision making, money management, people skills, and business ethics.
Attend camp. Get outdoors at summer day camp, summer resident camp, council-led weekend campouts, service unit encampments, and more.
Travel. From local field trips to global adventures, IRMs explore different places and cultures, experience leadership opportunities, gain cross-cultural understanding through regional, national, and international travel.