They say age is just a number, but we think we look good at 106 years old! Our birthday on March 12 marks the day that Juliette Gordon Low started the first Girl Scout troop in 1912, and it kicks-off our weekday Girl Scout Spirit Week campaign. This year Girl Scout Week will be held … Continue reading Girl Scout Week is Almost Here!
I’m the owner of my own business, CEO Catering Works, and I was a Girl Scout, which gave me the beginning of salesmanship tools that I still use today. I’m so thankful that I participated in the largest girl-led business in the world, and learned essential skills like goal setting, decision making, money management, people … Continue reading From Cookies to Catering! Jill Santa Lucia – Owner and CEO Catering Works
Summer camp counselor, Megan, shares her top five favorite things to do at Girl Scout summer camp! Girl Scout resident camp registration is now open! Close your eyes and picture yourself at summer camp. What are you doing? What kind of activities do you imagine? Archery? Swimming? Boating? Tie Dye? Those are all things that … Continue reading 5 Fantastic Things To Do at Girl Scout Summer Camp
Meridith Orr, Program Executive “Name five things on which the comfort and welfare of your family depend, which are controlled by your Government.” – Scouting for Girls Proficiency test question for Citizen Merit Badge, 1927 “Girl Scouts is not an organization. Girl Scouts is a Movement,” I was reminded by a volunteer who had been … Continue reading From an Eight-Pointed Star to the G.I.R.L. Agenda: Citizenship in Girl Scouting
Although it seems far away, Summer Camp with Girl Scouts – North Carolina Coastal Pines is just around the corner. This summer, we are going to Camp Like a G.I.R.L., and we can’t wait to have you join us! There are many benefits to registering early, take a look below to learn more. You’ll have … Continue reading Camp Like a G.I.R.L. – 5 Reasons to Register on February 1st
The Girl Scout Cookie Program is here! Girls across our 41 counties are learning about goal setting, decision making, money management, people skills, and business ethics. These five skills can dramatically transfer to business success later in life! Patty Briguglio, President of PFB Connect, is one of thousands of alumnae who attribute their start in … Continue reading How Girl Scout Cookies Can Lead to Success!