Category: Girl Scout Alumnae

Celebrate Black History Month

Every February, the U.S. honors icons in Black history and the Civil Rights Movement. This year, Girl Scouts of Greater Los Angeles hopes to draw your attention to some lesser-known leaders, who paved the way for Girl Scouts of color. The first African American troop chartered south of the Mason-Dixon Line occurred in 1932 in Virginia, when Maggie L. Walker, newspaper editor,

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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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Once a Girl Scout, Always a Girl Scout

When you’re a Girl Scout, you become part of a vast, interconnected family. Currently, there are 59 million Girl Scout alumnae, or one out of every two women in the U.S. Girl Scout alumnae display more positive life outcomes compared to non-alumnae—which might explain why many choose to volunteer for the organization which played such

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