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Alumnae, Volunteer Experience

Girl Scout Camp Counselors: How April’s Summer Job Changed Her Career Path and Her Future

When I became a Girl Scout Camp Counselor at Camp Butterworth during the summer of 2006 I couldn’t even begin to comprehend how much of an impact a summer job would have on my future. When I entered the camp on the first day of CPR and First Aid Training I was an adrift 19 year old who was looking to spread my wings. What I walked away with 3 years later was far more valuable and more encompassing than my small town life ever provided for me. Throughout my first summer at Camp Butterworth I  ...

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Ceremonies, Traditions, & Awards, Girls, Parents, Volunteers

Girl Scouts Works — Ask Our Alumnae!

Here at Girl Scouts we define ourselves as the preeminent leadership development organization for girls. We’re 2.7 million strong—1.9 million girls and 800,000 adults—and we’re dedicated to building courageous and confident girls who make our world a better place. How do we know Girl Scouts does all we say it does? How do we know Girl Scouts works? Let’s look at our more than 59 million alumnae and find our answer! First, the Numbers The Girl Scout Research Institute gathers  ...

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