Open to Juniors
Fee: $95 per girl (if you provide your own transportation), or $150 (with our bus)
Everyone is a star at Camp Kaufmann! Girls will learn what it takes to take put on an entire production. The girls will work together to write a script, perfect their acting skills, design a set and costumes and of course actually put on a play! The girls will fully earn the Playing the Past badge and will receive it at the end of the weekend. The girls will also work towards components of the “It’s Your Story-Tell It!" Journey Book Amuse.
Bus transportation will be provided. The bus will leave from 43 West 23rd St. at 5pm on Friday and will depart camp on Sunday at 1pm.
Women of Distinction Breakfast, 6 hours ago
Attention all NYC Girl Scouts entering the 12th grade: do you have what it takes to be named our 2015-2016 Future Woman of Distinction (and to win a college scholarship)? Scroll down to "Attention 12th grade Girl Scouts" for the application form - http://www.girlscoutsnyc.org/wod The 2015 Women of Distinction Breakfastwill be held on Wednesday, October 28, 2015at Cipriani 42nd Street110 East 42nd Street7:30am - 9:30am girlscoutsnyc.org
Public Lab: Measuring Particulate Matter with the Girl Scouts, 3 days ago
Check out this great blog by Troop 5399, who used high-tech equipment to test air quality in downtown Brooklyn! What a great way to learn about STEM and the Environment at the same time! http://publiclab.org/notes/nicholas/07-08-2015/measuring-particulate-matter-with-the-girl-scouts Girl Scout Troop 5399 is going on a journey to learn about air. All aspects of air. To learn mo... publiclab.org
Girl Scouts, 10 days ago
Girl Scout Night at Staten Island Yankees
Girl Scouts, 11 days ago
We're here at the New York Hall of Science where our Girl Scout Leadership Institute participants are presenting their app ideas to their families -- before they present them to real-world investors tomorrow!
Girl Scouts, 11 days ago
For this week's #tbt, we salute birthday girl Ida B. Wells, an African-American journalist and activist born in slavery who worked tirelessly to abolish lynching, and helped found the NAACP. We want to know -- what women in history inspire YOU?
Girl Scouts, 13 days ago
Our Girl Scout Leadership Institute participants have spent the last two weeks developing apps that will help make the world a better place. And now they're preparing to pitch their ideas to real-world investors on Friday!
www.girlscoutsnyc.org, 14 days ago
Do you know a Girl Scout entering the 12th grade who'd be a great Future Woman of Distinction? We're now accepting applications for this honor, which includes a college scholarship. To download the application form, click HERE -- http://www.girlscoutsnyc.org/uploaded/files/teens/2015%20FWOD%20Application%20Form.pdf girlscoutsnyc.org
Camp Kaufmann 7-11-15, 16 days ago
Girl Scouts, 17 days ago
We're here at the ticker tape parade celebrating the FIFA world champion American women's team! #playlikeagirl
NYC to Host Friday Parade for 2015 Women's World Cup Champs, 18 days ago
Hey Girl Scouts! Let's cheer on the FIFA Women's World Cup Champs at tomorrow's ticker tape parade! Be sure to wear your Girl Scout uniform, and meet at the northeast corner of Wall Street and Broadway (by TD Bank). The parade starts at 11 am on Friday, July 10, and we expect it to be crowded. http://www.ussoccer.com/stories/2015/07/07/17/26/150707-wnt-wwc-champs-nyc-parade-rel NYC to Host Parade for 2015 Women's World Cup Champs USA on Friday, July 10 at 11 a.m. ET ussoccer.com