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Steps For Building Leadership Skills As A Troop

Girl Scouts has been building leadership skills in girls since our beginning. How do we do it? By giving girls opportunities to take the lead as they tackle new adventures, build their skills with our badges and awards, develop strong core values, and learn to work together to solve problems. How do we know it works? Because we’ve tested it! (Seriously, we’ve got the data…check out Girl Scouting Works: The Alumnae Impact Study.) So how can you continue our legacy of  ...

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Girls

5 Reasons Not to Attend a CSA Leadership Conference

Every year hundreds of middle and high school Girl Scouts from across western Ohio gather together for 2 amazing weekends of inspiration, innovation, and just plain fun. What are those weekends? They’re the CSA Leadership Conferences, of course! Why do girls keep coming back year after year? They love it! Like a lot! But will you love it? Maybe. Before you decide, consider this. We’ve got 5 reasons NOT TO ATTEND the CSA Leadership Conference! You hate any activity that requires  ...

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Girls, Volunteers

We Want YOU to Test the New Cybersecurity Badges for Cadettes, Seniors, and Ambassadors!

We’ve teamed up with Girl Scouts of the USA and Palo Alto Networks to test the upcoming Cybersecurity badges for Cadettes, Seniors, and Ambassadors! We are looking for troops to volunteer their time to try out the Cybersecurity badges for Cadettes, Seniors and Ambassadors. Multi-level troops are welcome to apply if they are able to break into the specified Girl Scout levels, but there is not a specific multi-level option for this pilot opportunity. Your troop has the opportunity to impact  ...

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Girls

Troop 45869 Receives Grant for Silver Award

Girl Scout Troop 45869 of Reading, OH, was recently awarded a $500 grant from Constellation Energy through the company’s Constellation Community Champion program. The Cadette troop of sixth and seventh graders earned the grant by partnering with Pets In Need of Greater Cincinnati, supporting the organization as part of their efforts to earn their Girl Scout Silver Award. They toured Pets In Need’s facilities and made dog and cat-themed wreathes for their upcoming “PetCasso” fundraising  ...

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