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How to Support your Girl Scout During the Cookie Program
Family support is the key to success. Girls have greater success in the Girl Scout Cookie Program when family adults are informed and involved. These tips will help you turn “cookie time” into “family time” and provide important ways you can guide … Continue reading →
5 Skills and the Girl Scout Leadership Program
#1 Goal Setting I know I can do it! We’re all about trying new things and having fun, and selling Girl Scout cookies is about both. Girls work together to set team goals for the season—perhaps to donate to local … Continue reading →
The Power of the Girl Scout Cookie Program
A Girl Scout recent study found that, through the cookie program, girls learn skills they can apply to everyday life. 85% increased their money management skills as they developed budgets, took cookie orders, and handled customers’ money. 83% developed business … Continue reading →
Girl Scout Cookie Program
There’s more to Girl Scout cookies than what’s in the box. When a Girl Scout sells you cookies, she’s building a lifetime of skills and confidence. She learns goal setting, decision making, money management, people skills, and business ethics – … Continue reading →
New Girl Scout Cookie Boxes
You may notice something a little different about your favorite Girl Scout cookies this year. For the first time in thirteen years, Girl Scouts of the USA has changed its iconic cookie boxes! To help celebrate Girl Scouting’s 100th birthday, … Continue reading →
It’s Girl Scout Cookie Time!
Buying Girl Scout cookies is more than just handing over money for a box. It’s about the skills and learning a girl gains from interacting directly with you. It’s about the experience of running her own cookie business and working … Continue reading →
What Can A Cookie Do?
With a Girl Scout Cookie, a girl can dream more. She has more opportunities. She can give more to her community. She is more empowered. And she can do more than she ever thought possible. A cookie can give a … Continue reading →