Volunteer Spotlight: Korina

In preparation for our annual Volunteer Recognition Ceremony, we’re highlighting some of the Girl Scouts of Greater Los Angeles volunteers who go above and beyond every day. Volunteers are the cheerleaders, guides, and mentors for girls, helping them develop essential life skills and confidence that girls will carry the rest of their lives. Meet Korina

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What to do 1 month, 1 week, and 1 day before your 5K

Thinking about signing up for your first 5K? Or, are you a seasoned runner looking for her next challenge? Use the tips below to make the most of your training time leading up to race day. And don’t forget to sign up for Family Fit Fair because, yes, the 5K run/walk is BACK! The month

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Girls get Shark Tank-style experience at Startup Weekend

Seniors and Ambassadors with big ideas and a knack for problem-solving got a chance to hone their skills at Startup Weekend, July 26-28, in Santa Monica. Participants took their ideas from pitch to product, ultimately building prototypes and presenting them to a panel of judges. The panel consisted of some big names in the business

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GSGLA bids farewell to its CEO

Resilient. Tenacious. Determined. Inspiring. These are just a few words that describe Lise L. Luttgens, CEO of Girl Scouts of Greater Los Angeles (GSGLA). As we say thank-you to Lise when she retires this fall, we reflect on how her leadership the last 11 years has helped build a strong, passionate council that empowers 47,000

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Yes, We Are Go-Getters, Innovators, Risk-Takers, Leaders. Yes, We Are Girl Scouts.

It’s time to celebrate the incomparable Girl Scout! To be a Girl Scout of Greater Los Angeles is to awaken your unlimited potential and lean into curiosity, creativity, and courage. It’s about being part of something bigger than yourself–being celebrated for who you are, aspiring to new heights, and being a part of a dynamic,

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42 new Girl Scout badges that’ll help you change the world

Get ready to choose your own adventure!  Girl Scouts of the USA announced 42 new Girl Scout badges and one new Journey on July 16, all of which allow girls to make their own choices about how they want to experience and influence the world. The badges enhance the organization’s existing girl-led programming, offering girls

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GSGLA celebrates largest Gold Award Girl Scout class in the U.S.

Girl Scouts of Greater Los Angeles (GSGLA) pulled out all the stops to celebrate the 326 girls who earned a Gold Award this year. First, an exclusive pinning ceremony at the Skirball Cultural Center on June 8 recognized each girls’ amazing achievements. Later that evening, nearly 400 Los Angeles influencers joined girls for GSGLA’s inaugural

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Pacific plastic pollution takes a hit, thanks to National Gold Award nominee

Girl Scouts of Greater Los Angeles is proud to celebrate its largest class of Gold Award Girl Scouts, three of whom are nominated for a National Gold Award. Their projects involved massive time commitments, ingenuity, and the ability to overcome hurdles and inspire others. Each of the three projects instigated a local change with ripple

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Gold Award Girl Scout spreads love of books to juvenile inmates

Girl Scouts of Greater Los Angeles is proud to celebrate its largest class of Gold Award Girl Scouts, with 326 awardees. Three of those girls were selected as National Gold Award Girl Scout nominees. Their projects involved massive time commitments, ingenuity, and the ability to overcome hurdles and inspire others. Each of the three projects

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National Gold Award nominee takes on Big Tobacco

This year marks the largest class of GSGLA Gold Award Girl Scouts (326 awardees!), three of whom were selected as National Gold Award Girl Scout nominees. Their projects involved massive time commitments, ingenuity, and the ability to speak with authority to elected officials, adult professionals, and peers. Each of the three projects instigated a local

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