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Girl Scouts Become Change-Makers as they Tackle Mental Health in the Community
Blog     31 Mar 2015 | 1:16 pm
Saint Clair, Missouri, a small rural community of 4,472 people located along Historic Route 66, is home to a group of dynamic young women who call themselves “Friends for Change.” In an effort to improve their community, the girls are working to create an arts program, and they recently built an outdoor amphitheater in their local park to host it. The girls are a part of Challenge and Change, a program for Girl Scouts in rural communities funded through a grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture. This investment is part of Girl Scouts’ ToGetHerThere campaign, the largest fundraising campaign for...

Guest Post: Girl Scout Lauren Prox Shares White House Experience
Blog     30 Mar 2015 | 12:34 pm
Guest Post from Lauren Prox, a Girl Scout Gold Award recipient from Girl Scouts of the Colonial Coast, whose project “Reaching New Altitudes” aims to reverse the small percentage of minorities and females participating in the fields of aviation and STEM. Lauren participated in the White House Science Fair last week.I have had an amazing journey in Girl Scouts. I have met some exceptional women and accomplished things I never dreamed I would do. Going to the White House to share my Gold Award story at the White House Science Fair was one of those - I can’t believe I’m here -...

Join me “On the Road”
Blog     27 Mar 2015 | 3:47 pm
Welcome to the first installment of “On the Road with Anna”, where we follow Girl Scouts of the USA CEO Anna Maria Chávez.As I travel around the country, I not only get to meet the most amazing girls and volunteers, but also the council teams who help make Girl Scouts a powerful force for change. I want you to be able to share these experiences with me, so every so often, I’m going to send you updates from the road.Recently, I got to spend some time with the wonderful team at Girl Scouts Texas Oklahoma Plains. They shared their excitement about...

Girl Scouts Celebrated by the White House!
Blog     27 Mar 2015 | 11:11 am
As reported by pretty much every news outlet possible, Girl Scouts rocked the 2015 White House Science Fair. If you missed it, check out this awesome video via Mashable.Girl Scouts were represented by “The Supergirls,” a team of six-year old Girl Scout Daisies from Girl Scouts of Eastern Oklahoma who invented a battery-powered page turner for people with arthritis, people who are paralyzed, or “people who have no arms”; and Lauren Prox, a Girl Scout Gold Award recipient whose project “Reaching New Altitudes” aims to reverse the small percentage of minorities and females participating in the fields of aviation and...

5 Tips to Help You Remember You’re AWESOME
Blog     25 Mar 2015 | 8:39 am
You’re AWESOME—that’s easy to remember, right? It should be, but we all know every day isn’t a great day, and sometimes we need a little reminder to get our happy, I’m-so-AWESOME vibes going strong again. Here are 5 tips to help you remember you’re AWESOME when you might not be feeling quite that way.Do something you love.Investing your time and energy into something you’re good at and love doing is a great way to bring back your AWESOME. If you’re feeling in a bit of a funk today, try setting aside an hour or two to write, paint, read, play...








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