The new Girl Scouts cybersecurity badge will launch in partnership with security firm Palo Alto Networks. Palo Alto Networks will invest in GSUSA to develop this programming over the course of five years, led by a panel of cybersecurity experts. GSUSA and Palo Alto Networks expect to roll out the first in a series of … Continue reading Girl Scouts Can Now Earn a Cyber Security Badge
"Hope is the thing with feathers, that perches in the soul" --Emily Dickinson (1830 - 1866)The Santa Barbara Bird Sanctuary is a non-profit, home to many beautiful parrots of all colors, shapes and sizes! Girl Scouts of California's Central Coast hosts one of our programs there for girls to learn more about these beautiful winged … Continue reading WOW – The Santa Barbara Bird Sanctuary!
PG&E biologist and the Girl Scouts of California’s Central Coast partnered to create a hands-on learning opportunity for local Los Osos girl scouts to earn their Monarch patch in San Luis Obispo County.The Monarch Butterfly Adventure took place this Saturday in light rain on the Diablo Canyon Power Plant north lands and gave attendees the … Continue reading Girl Scouts Plant Native Milk-Weed to Attract Monarch Butterflies
By Sylvia Acevedo Interim CEO at Girl Scouts of the USA - https://lnkd.in/bEj8Nst by @SylviaAcevedo"Dreams can come true, the story behind my CEO patch" As the interim CEO of Girl Scouts of the USA, I have a great perk, my own CEO patch. Whenever I meet with Girl Scouts, I present them with this special … Continue reading "Dreams can come true, the story behind my CEO patch" by Sylvia Acevedo Interim CEO GSUSA
GSCCC's Melissa Baffa, who has been sailing on the E/V Nautilus since August 1st, will be in San Francisco today giving a ship tour to Girl Scouts and answering questions. On Friday, she will be speaking at the Seymour Marine Discovery Center at Long Marine Lab, which will include a live interaction with the ship … Continue reading E/V Nautilus Spots Googly-Eyed Stubby Squid 3,000 Feet Under the Sea off California Coast!
Come and meet GSCCC's own Melissa Baffa on Friday, August 19th at the Seymour Marine Discovery Center at Long Marine Lab in Santa Cruz!Girls Scouts are invited to come join the fun and earn a patch at the Seymour Center on August 19, 3-5 PM. Learn about the Exploration Vessel Nautilusthrough a live interaction with … Continue reading Meet Melissa Baffa this Friday, August 19th at the Seymour Marine Discovery Center in Santa Cruz!
We only got out of the water a short while ago, and our team is in the thick of the post-dive inspection. But nearly right away, they will be starting their pre-dive routine, and we will be back in the water just a short distance from our last location. Starting at 12 pm PST, we … Continue reading Dive Alert – Catalina Basin/Canyon
We diving on Kimki Ridge, a 200m tall hill rising from the floor of the Catalina Basin. We believe that three cold seeps exist along the crest of the ridge, where methane emanates and creates a unique underwater habitat that is home to an array of bizarre creatures. Within Catalina Basin itself, we expect to see … Continue reading Dive Alert – Kimki Ridge
Today, I am re-posting a blog post that ran last year during my expedition to the Galapagos Islands. In order to help you to appreciate and understand some of the tech that makes our expedition possible, I've written a post about Hercules and its parts.*****In case you have been wondering about some of the technology … Continue reading Ocean Tech: Meet Hercules