Teens pitch savvy business ideas to investors as part of the Girl Scout Leadership Institute, including an idea to revolutionize bandages. The New York Daily News website recent ran a video story about this initiative. To view the video, watch below, or click HERE to visit nydailynews.com. You may also scroll down to read a transcript.
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To read this story on the Epoch Times website, click HERE.
TEEN GIRLS WITH IDEAS GET A TASTE OF THE BUSINESS WORLD
By Petr Svab
NEW YORK—A group of investors were sitting around tables in an august chamber of the Barnard Hall, Columbia University. “Is your product going to be easier to take off?” asked one of them. “It’s definitely something to look into,” responded... Read more »
To read this story on DNAinfo.com, click HERE.
GIRL SCOUTS LEARN VIDEO GAME PROGRAMMING TO TACKLE MALE-DOMINATED FIELD
By Katie Honan
CORONA — A group of girls has spent the last weekhuddled around their laptops, designing people and structures for their own virtual 3D world.
But they're not just playing video games — they're getting a glimpse at future careers in a... Read more »
More than two dozen teenage Girl Scouts are taking part in a Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics, or STEM, program at the New York Hall of Science this week, where they're learning how to make programming codes and use special software to create 3-D video games as part of the Girl Scout Leadership Institute.
Cable news channel NY1 recently ran a story about this new initiative. To view the... Read more »
Since its launch earlier this year, the Girl Scout Leadership Institute of New York City (GSLI-NYC) is already transforming the lives of dozens of young women by providing them with opportunities to develop the skills that will help them become tomorrow’s business innovators.
Recently Helene Lerner, the founder of Workingwomen.com, one of the world’s leading websites for career women,... Read more »