Author: Girl Scouts of Greater Los Angeles

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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Robotics team programs a bright future for Girl Scouts in STEM

Getting girls and women involved in science, technology, math, and engineering (STEM) is a timely issue. But Girl Scouts of Greater Los Angeles has a 10-year record of promoting girls in STEM. The Javabots, an all-girl FIRST Tech Challenge (FTC) robotics team, has 12 Girl Scout members in grades 8-12. Of the 30 GSGLA-sponsored robotics

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Dietary Restrictions and Concerns? Girl Scouts has Cookies for Everyone!

  Cookie season is upon us and, fortunately, those with special dietary restrictions won’t have to choose between great taste and specially needed options. Instead, cookie-lovers can indulge in popular Girl Scout cookie flavors like the masses. Those with celiac disease or gluten sensitivity can make haste in ordering packages of Toffee-Tastic—a gluten-free cookie option—from

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Give for the G.I.R.L.

  Words cannot fully express the gratitude we feel toward our Girl Scout community. The support our Council received this Giving Tuesday – from volunteers, parents, former Girl Scouts, friends, GSGLA staff and board members – demonstrates the collective power of what we can do together. Thanks to generous donations, GSGLA will start 28 new troops reaching

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