Tag Archives: 100 Years of Girl Scouting
Anna Maria Chavez: “We Have to Be Where Girls Are!”
Since taking the reins as CEO of Girl Scouts of the USA, Anna Maria Chávez has been trying to put a new spark into her organization, which officially celebrates its centenary this year. Girls Scouts have not been typically associated … Continue reading
Happy Birthday Girl Scouts!
Whether you are one of the millions of alums who we hope will reengage with our movement, one of the thousands of Girl Scout staffers across the Nation, proud to be a part of this monumental birthday, or one girl who … Continue reading
Investing in Girls Now Will Pay Off for the Nation Tomorrow
Something is going on with girls today. If we move beyond simple platitudes about young people being the future and look at the decisions girls are actually making, we see that far too many of them are opting out. At … Continue reading
Celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr.
On this day we honor the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., a man who embodied the ideals of courage, confidence and character to which we as Girl Scouts are committed. His heroic embrace of brotherhood, sisterhood … Continue reading