By Megan Rogers, 2018 Gold Award Girl Scout For my Gold Award, I organized and implemented a week-long workshop for high school girls in Wake County for my Girl Scout Gold Award to expose the girls to engineering and confront the STEM gender disparity. This 150-hour project marked a period of personal growth as it … Continue reading Inspiring Girls to become Innovators through the Girl Scout Gold Award
Have you heard? Girl Scouts are always looking for an excuse to get outside, and we are partnering with the with the National Association of State Park Directors (NASPD) for a Girl Scouts Love State Parks weekend! Thousands of Girl Scouts across the United States will be taking part for some fun in the sun … Continue reading Girl Scouts Love State Parks!
Happy New Year, Girl Scouts! We cannot wait to see how you unleash your inner G.I.R.L. (Go-getter, Innovator, Risk-taker, Leader) this year by trying new things, stepping outside your comfort zone, and discovering passions! And the best news? As a Girl Scout, you have an incredible support system to cheer you on the entire way, … Continue reading 2019 Resolutions for Girl Scouts
By Caraline Malloy … Continue reading Top 5 Reasons to be a Girl Scout in High School
Girl Scouts are always thinking up new and innovative ways to help others... it's in their DNA! With the holidays upon us (Happy Almost-Turkey-Day!), Girl Scouts are not only giving thanks for what they have but are also working to give others things to be grateful for through service to their communities. Whether it's singing … Continue reading Taking Action the Girl Scout Way!
In the face of natural disaster, Girl Scouts know what to do—whether it’s preparing for safety or helping others in the aftermath. That is exactly what many Girl Scouts did when Hurricane Florence made its way across our council’s 41 counties in mid-September. As our Girl Scouts used their preparedness skills to gear up for … Continue reading Coming Together for Hurricane Florence