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Apr 01

Life is Not a Checklist: What I Learned from Girl Scouts

By Yadira Noelle Harrison, Girl Scouts of Greater New York Leadership Advisory Board Member

 

 

Thinking back to my 16-year-old self, I can only marvel at how sure I was of the life plans I had written in my journal hidden... Read more »
Mar 27

Celebrate Women's History Month!

Marie Curie, Patricia Era Bath, Flossie Wong-Staal - and You


March is National Women’s History Month, and this year’s theme, Women Inspiring Innovation through Imagination: Celebrating Women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics... Read more »
Feb 28

How I Learned to Succeed

By Kristy Sisko, Girl Scouts of Greater New York Leadership Advisory Board Member

 

I was a Girl Scout for over ten years. During that time, I learned a great many things – from how... Read more »
Jan 29

Failure Is A Good Thing When You Learn From It

By Elizabeth Crowell, Brownie Leader of Troop 2292 in Brooklyn and Leadership Advisory Board Member


As a senior in college, I was nervous about my next... Read more »
Oct 11

International Day of the Girl

By Barbara Murphy-Warrington, CEO, Girl Scouts of Greater New York

October 11, 2012 marks the first United Nations International Day of the Girl. The day is part of a larger global movement to recognize girls' rights and the unique challenges girls face. Girls... Read more »
Sep 12

The Best Girl Scout Experience of My Lifetime

By Lauren Tinglin

I have recently experienced the most enlightening journey since I joined Girl Scouts as a Daisy. My troop and I visited The House of Juliette Gordon Low for the second time. My first visit was when I was a Junior. Somehow, this recent trip to Savannah, Georgia for... Read more »