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Girl Scouts and Netflix: Helping Girls Become STEM Superstars

Girl Scouts and Netflix have teamed up to empower young girls to be STEM superstars! Inspired by the Netflix original series Project Mc2, Girl Scouts and Netflix are “showing girls how STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) subjects are woven throughout their everyday lives” with their new guide, Helping Girls Become STEM Superstars. This free resource provides volunteers and parents with tools they need to inspire girls’ creativity and wonder as they bring  ...

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Badges, Activities, & Beyond, Family Experience, Parents, Volunteers

Summer fun opportunities for Girl Scouts!

School’s almost out! Time to roll out those the lazy, hazy, crazy days of summer. To make your summer even more awesome, we’ve got some exciting opportunities coming up with our community partners that are sure to make your Girl Scout’s Summer Fun Top Ten. Check them out, pick a favorite, and sign your Girl Scout up for some fun this summer! FC Cincinnati Girl Scout Night Any soccer fans out there? Join us at Nippert Stadium  at the University of Cincinnati for Girl Scout  ...

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Badges, Activities, & Beyond, Family Experience, Girls, Parents, Volunteer Experience

Girl Scouts is for Older Girls, Too

Let’s answer your burning question… Is my daughter too old for Girl Scouts? Absolutely not! Any girl, from kindergarten all the way through high school, has a place here! At Girl Scouts, our programs grow with the girls. If your daughter is questioning if she is too old for Girl Scouts, have her check out the program for her grade level. She may change her mind when she sees all the great options available to her at Cadette, Senior, and Ambassador Level. 1. Become an outdoor explorer. Girl  ...

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Ceremonies, Traditions, & Awards, Family Experience, Parents

Connecting Girl Scouts and Your Faith

“On my honor, I will try: to serve God and my country, to help people at all times, and to live by the Girl Scout Law.” This simple statement, called the Girl Scout Promise, outlines our core values and is our promise to all of our members and to our communities to uphold those values. And while the wording of the promise may have changed over the years, our values today reflect the same core values our founder Juliette Gordon Low intended 102 years ago. And though we are a  ...

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