While a Girl Scout’s experience starts when she becomes a member, ask her what she loved about Girl Scouts five, ten, fifty years from now and it’s likely to be something she learned, somewhere she went, or someone she met. It’s not just about BEING a Girl Scout -- it’s all the things that MAKE … Continue reading Girl Scouts Give so All Girls Can…
There are so many reasons to be a high school Girl Scout! Girl Scout Seniors and Ambassadors have many unique opportunities available to them where they can continue to build their leadership skills and explore their passions. Girl Scouts provides them with a safe and supportive space to learn about themselves before they take the … Continue reading 5 Opportunities for Older Girl Scouts
5 Things to do This Winter When the Weather Gets Colder Winter is almost here Girl Scouts, and the fun is just getting started! Girl Scouts are always looking for ways to learn and grow, and their inquisitive nature can’t be stopped by a little cold weather. So, we have tons of awesome options to … Continue reading Winter Wonderland Activities
Girl Scouts is all about showing girls their potential, helping them to discover their skills and passions, and inspiring them to break down barriers and accomplish their goals. That’s why we offer awesome events in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) that make learning a fun and hands-on experience. One of our most popular events … Continue reading Innovators in Action at TechnoQuest 2019!
Girl Scouts has been committed to providing girls with the support and resources they need to pursue their goals for over 100 years- and we understand that as the world changes, girls do too! In order to continue to meet the needs of today's G.I.R.L. (Go-getter, Innovator, Risk-taker, Leader), we developed the Girl Scout Research … Continue reading 5 Must Read Studies by the Girl Scout Research Institute
Do a Google search for “how do you talk to kids about giving back” and you’ll get 289 million results in 0.57 seconds. While so many results can be a bit overwhelming, it’s an important lesson for children and helps to shape future philanthropists. Women Give 2013 found that children whose parents talk to them … Continue reading We almost called it PhilanTROOPic