Girl Talk is a quarterly publication that highlights stories from around the council, whether it’s about girls, adults, programs, or partners! For our late fall publication, we highlight the amazing volunteers behind Skills and Chills, specifically Nancy Grimes, as well as our Women of Distinction event, our Cybersecurity event at RIT with Palo Alto, and an update from our CEO.
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One of the most important ways Girl Scouts makes a difference is through the Girl Scout Leadership Experience, or GSLE. To help prepare girls for their future, we believe in developing skills in four different areas known as the pillars to the GSLE:
Recently we explained why STEM matters for girls and talked to you about our dedication to cleaning up the world. The former naturally falls under the STEM pillar while why we give back falls under Life Skills.
Together, these four pillars create a well-rounded experience for girls. Many recent college graduates find themselves facing adulthood with no real idea how the world works. School teaches many subjects, but there are areas necessary for life that are overlooked, like taxes, loans, and budgeting.
A benefit of being a Girl Scout is these terms don’t have to be new or scary ideas. Because our program is dedicated to exposing girls to as many opportunities as possible, we want them to grow up knowing they can handle anything. For example, we host a Money Matters event every year where financial professionals come in to discuss these exact things.
When you’re considering what activities to choose for your girl, don’t fall for stories of convenience for the whole family. Think about her future and all you want her to accomplish. There’s a reason Girl Scouts is the preeminent leadership experience for girls. Discover the difference for yourself today.
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