On the path to building courage, confidence, and character, Girl Scouts develop skills that prepare them to chase their dreams and make a lasting change. Girls develop these skills through the Girl Scout Leadership Experience, which encourages girls to learn by doing. The Girl Scout Leadership Experience is built on the foundation of four program … Continue reading Building Tomorrow’s Leaders
Hey, Girl Scouts! Digital fatigue getting you down? With school and so many activities going virtual, we know it can be easy to crave some adventure and inspiration... away from the screen! At Girl Scouts, we support all things digital (we have the studies to prove it), but we know that happy and healthy girls … Continue reading Unplug the Girl Scout Way
Every year we recognize 12 of our amazing troops for going above and beyond in their leadership and program participation. These troops represent everything our founder Juliette Gordon Low, also known as Daisy, wanted Girl Scouting to be. The Daisy’s Dozen Elite Status Award includes an assessment tool that outlines steps troops can take to … Continue reading 2020 Daisy’s Dozen Elite Troops
At Girl Scouts, we provide girls with the tools they need to take the lead in their own learning experiences and choose which interests they want to explore. That's why we were excited to begin offering our Badges in a Box this past summer as part of our Girl Scouting at Home program. These awesome … Continue reading Earn Badges from Home!
October 31st holds a very special place for Girl Scouts, and not because it's Halloween! Our amazing founder and the original G.I.R.L. (Go-getter, Innovator, Risk-taker, Leader), Juliette Gordon Low (affectionately known as Daisy) was born on October 31, 1860... before it was Halloween! And we celebrate Founder's Day each year to commemorate her and all that … Continue reading Celebrating Girl Scout Founder’s Day
Taking civic action is one of the best ways to make the world a better place, and at Girl Scouts we know that every girl's voice can make a difference and that every girl should be heard! If girls learn the importance of being informed and developing opinions from an early age, they can build … Continue reading Become Civically Engaged With Girl Scouts