Life Skills is one of our four pillars of the Girl Scout Leadership Experience at Girl Scouts, and one of our most diverse areas. It includes civic engagement, healthy living, global citizenship, and communication skills. We want girls to understand why their voice matters, why they should raise it, and the difference they can make.
Speaking out for what’s right folds right into our mission of building girls of courage, confidence, and character. When you’re a Girl Scout, you learn why it’s important to stand up against injustice while becoming bold enough to defend those in need.
It can be scary as a young girl seeing someone being bullied. You know it’s wrong, but if you say something the bully might focus on you. Or maybe your friend is a bully and you know if go against her, she won’t want to hang out with you anymore. Even as adults we deal with these dilemmas, but we’re fighting for a world where women aren’t afraid to stand up for what’s right and who can speak confidently in the face of pressure.
Alanna gained confidence in her years as a Girl Scout and knows why it’s important to speak out against bullies. Help your girl develop the same type of character and enroll her in Girl Scouts today.
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