Life has drastically changed for many over the past few weeks, and it can be easy to feel worried or overwhelmed. We know it is a strange and stressful time, but it's important that we take care of ourselves. Staying calm is key to keeping yourself physically and emotionally healthy, and every Girl Scout knows … Continue reading Staying Calm When Overwhelmed
It's Girl Scout Week! Girl Scouts was founded on March 12, 1912, and each year we celebrate all week long with some awesome activities! It serves as a special time for Girl Scouts to reflect on the history of the Movement, how far we have come, and how we continue to build girls of courage, … Continue reading 8 Things You Didn’t Know About Girl Scouts
Did you know that female-founded start-ups generate more revenue over time and more revenue per dollar invested than male-founded start-ups? This is one of the many reasons why GSUSA teamed up with American City Business Journals to connect girls with female business leaders for a Mentoring Monday event. Thousands of female leaders attended events in … Continue reading What We Learned on Mentoring Monday
Join us in celebrating the world’s largest leadership organization for girls during Girl Scout Week 2020! Girl Scout Week will take place Sunday, March 8th through Saturday, March 14th, and our theme is Rally the Vote in recognition of the Centennial of Suffrage. In Girl Scouts, girls are growing in their civic awareness and are learning … Continue reading Girl Scout Week: Rally the Vote!
2020 marks 100 years since the ratification of the 19th Amendment giving women the right to vote in the United States. Given the increase in girl-led activism and women’s representation in politics and the growing national conversation on issues tackling gender equity and the women’s leadership pipeline, public interest in celebrating this landmark achievement will … Continue reading Celebrating the Centennial of Suffrage
Trying to develop a leadership style can be challenging for any young person, but young girls often face additional barriers being called “bossy” while boys are seen as “natural leaders”. To help break down this stereotype and help girls become the best leader possible, Girl Scouts provide girls an opportunity to discover their leadership and … Continue reading Finding Her Leadership Style with Girl Scouts