With time-honored, data-backed insight into the needs and interests of girls, Girl Scouts of the USA empowers 1.8 million girls to lead, learn, and thrive. The true heart of Girl Scouts is raising confident, independent, and successful young women in an environment of inclusion, safety, fun, and civic action.
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04 May 2018
Fairfield doesn’t have a place for students to play badminton, so to earn her Gold Award, Senior Girl Scout, Adrianna started Badminton Buddies, a place where the local high school students can practice and younger under-served youth can learn the sport.
25 Apr 2018
After seeing what looked to be a safety hazard near her school, Cadette Girl Scout, Cheyenne decided to take action, learn to weld, and make her school a safer place to earn her Silver Award.
10 Apr 2018
Cadette Girl Scout, Khadijah felt a little strange asking passing firefighters to buy Girl Scout Cookies, so she raised funds to treat every firefighter in Santa Clara to some.
10 Apr 2018
Girl Scouts Josette and Amy were honored to meet and listen to legendary activist Dolores Huerta as they learn to be activists themselves, and work towards earning the Dolores Huerta patch.
05 Mar 2018
With the introduction of 18 new Cybersecurity badges, Girls Scouts of all ages will be able to explore opportunities in STEM while developing problem-solving and leadership skills.