Here at Girl Scouts, we believe education is one of the most powerful tools used to unlock our future. It can be the key to ending gender discrimination, supporting those with disabilities, or keeping our bodies healthy and well. Today, we are sharing with you three stories of Gold Award Girl Scouts who use education … Continue reading Gold Award Girl Scouts Q Licht, Esmeralda Romero, and Vanessa Castrejon
Critical thinking and problem solving are fundamental parts of the Girl Scouts experience. Girl Scout Gold Award recipients Jasmine Winter, Susan Belik, and Millicent Hoffert demonstrate they are no strangers to these skills by navigating arising problems like pros. Gold Award recipient Jasmine Winter For Jasmine Winter’s Gold Award project, Hillcrest Math Learning Games and … Continue reading Gold Award Girl Scouts Jasmine Winter, Susan Belik, and Millicent Hoffert
Gold Award Girl Scout Reagan Dalton, from Monterey, California, sought to bring awareness of the increased risk of sex trafficking in California. According to the National Center for Missing Children, online sex trafficking had doubled in 2020 compared to the previous year due to increased time online and social isolation during the pandemic. Dalton says … Continue reading Gold Award Girl Scouts Reagan Dalton and Emily Ho
Gold Award recipient Anika Shetty Empowering young voices to lead our future generations has been a core value of Girl Scouts since its founding in 1912. Today, we are thrilled to see Girl Scout Gold Award recipients Anika Shetty, Daphne Maskrey, and Felicity Gonzalez take a modern approach to this longtime mission by creating virtual … Continue reading Gold Award Girl Scouts Anika Shetty, Daphne Maskrey, and Felicity Gonzalez
When Volunteer Service Manager, Ariel Torres, returned to work eight weeks after giving birth, baby Owen joined her, making him the fourth baby to participate in Girl Scouts of California’s Central Coast’s Infant at Work Program. Through this new program, employees who are new mothers, fathers, or legal guardians are allowed to bring their infant … Continue reading Meet Our Tiniest Girl Scouts
Mental health problems can affect many areas of students’ lives, reducing their quality of life, academic achievement, physical health, and relationship satisfaction. Seventeen-year-old Girl Scout Gold Award recipient, Edyn Stepler, recognized the severity of this situation and was inspired to take action by creating the campaign and art project, Walkway of Wisdom. “The aim of … Continue reading Walkway of Wisdom – Edyn Stepler
For the very first time, Girl Scouts are celebrating their love for the outdoors with Girl Scouts Love State Parks weekend on July 13 – 14th! As one of the four pillars that form the foundation of the Girl Scout Leadership Experience, getting outdoors allows for growth and learning that is an integral part of … Continue reading Girl Scouts Love State Parks
Whether she's at camp or her next troop adventure, outdoor skills like climbing, kayaking, and hiking are at the heart of Girl Scout programs. The Benefits of Being a Girl Scout are Clear Girl Scouts prepares girls for a lifetime of leadership like no other organization. From protecting our national parks to accepting a mission on … Continue reading No Contest: Girl Scouts is the BEST Leadership Organization for Girls
CELEBRATE LEADER APPRECIATION DAY ON APRIL 22! April is National Volunteer month! All month long, show your favorite Girl Scout volunteer how much they mean to you! PARENTS - PLAN AHEAD TO THANK YOUR LEADER on Sunday, April 22! On this day, girls and their families find special ways to thank Girl Scout … Continue reading Celebrate Leader Appreciation Day on April 22!
The camel? The red fox? The platypus? Which mascot will you and your Girl Scouts choose for our 2019-20 recognition items? Share the link below with your Girl Scouts, and cast your votes now through March 18th! CAST YOUR VOTE!