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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As the premier leadership organization for girls, Girl Scouts is committed to providing girls with a myriad of opportunities to build their skills, develop courage, and try new things. We’re also committed to connecting with community partners who share the same goals. Last month, our high-school Girl Scouts had an amazing chance to participate in
The school year’s winding down and troops are bridging to the next level—but we’re gearing up for the Gold Award Ceremony on June 3, where we’ll be honoring 256 Girl Scouts who’ve earned Girl Scouting’s highest achievement: the Gold Award. In order to earn the honor, Girl Scouts must complete a large-scale Take Action project
As Girl Scouts, we’re all about challenging ourselves, trying new experiences, and exploring our interests. Recently, dozens of GSGLA Seniors and Ambassadors participated in the first-ever Girl Scout Startup Weekend (held in partnership with Google for Entrepreneurs and Techstars). Ambassador Girl Scout Dagny S., who is also a Gold Award recipient, took part in Startup
Congratulations to our scholarship winners!
“Girl Scouts has offered me so many opportunities to challenge myself, help others, and invest in people’s lives.”