Think of how much the world has changed in your lifetime. Some of those changes are positive, like new technologies and medical advances. Others present urgent new challenges, such as cybercrime and the impacts of climate change. Most of those shifts have something in common: their answer lies in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) … Continue reading Illuminating Impact: Gadget Girls of Troop #4816
New Program Year, New Look for our Mobile Program Vehicles!
As we roll into the new membership year, we’re so excited to unveil our newly transformed “Daisy” and “SaVannah” vehicles. Both vans received a bumper-to-bumper makeover, and the new looks embody the fun spirit of Girl Scouts. Launched in 2015 and 2017, respectively, “Daisy” and “SaVannah” have become an integral part of how we bring … Continue reading New Program Year, New Look for our Mobile Program Vehicles!
Who Runs the World?
The past two years have been hard for everyone, but women have had it especially rough. Women were more likely than men to stop working during the pandemic and are still more likely to consider quitting or downgrading their work.[i] And recent product shortages like baby formula and sanitary products have been especially challenging for … Continue reading Who Runs the World?
Participating as a Girl Scout Juliette
Did you know you don't have to be part of a Girl Scout troop to be a Girl Scout? Girl Scout Juliettes are individually registered members who get to experience all the fun and amazing things Girl Scouts do, but on their own schedule. This is an excellent option for girls who can't commit to … Continue reading Participating as a Girl Scout Juliette
Hispanic Heritage Month
Hispanic Heritage Month kicks off this Wednesday, September 15, and lasts through Friday, October 15. Hispanic Heritage Month honors the cultures and contributions of both Hispanic and Latino Americans. Did you know that Hispanics/Latinos accounted for 25% of North Carolina’s population increase over the past 20 years and the average age of Latinos living in … Continue reading Hispanic Heritage Month
2020-21 Daisy’s Dozen Troops
When Juliette (Daisy) Gordon Lowe began our Movement almost 110 years ago, she had a vision of creating a space where girls could be themselves, learn positive values, and have fun! Today, our council honors her vision through the Daisy's Dozen Troop Assessment Program. Through this program, we ensure that Girl Scouts are receiving an … Continue reading 2020-21 Daisy’s Dozen Troops