The Girl Scout Council of Greater New York respects the privacy of visitors to its website. We strongly believe that if electronic commerce and online activities are to flourish, consumers must be assured that information provided online is used responsibly and appropriately. To protect online policy, the organization has implemented the following policy:
About the Information We Collect
Most of the data and information we collect through our website is used only to help us achieve our mission. It is our policy to collect and store only personal information that our clients knowingly provide.
From Casual website Viewers and General Users
We do not collect any personal information from users browsing our website. When you use the public areas of our website, you are doing so anonymously. We do collect aggregate use information, such as the number of hits (visits) per page. We use aggregate data for internal and marketing purposes, but we don’t collect any personally indentifying information.
From Our Members, Donors, and Other Customers
If while visiting our website, you request information, you will be asked to provide certain information. In all cases this information is submitted voluntarily. In most cases, we ask donors and members to provide their name, title, organization name, address, telephone number and e-mail address.
The Girl Scout Council of Greater New York understands and values our supporters’ privacy. We do not sell, share or otherwise disclose personal information regarding our donors to other organizations.
Credit Card Account Information
We utilize secure transaction methods when collection credit card information over the internet. The Girl Scout Council of Greater New York does not disclose credit card account information provided by our clients. We submit the information to the appropriate clearinghouse in order to obtain payment.
Girl Scouts, 3 hours ago
We're looking for Seniors and Ambassadors to become Business and Entrepreneurship mentors at upcoming programs for our younger girls. Sign up today! http://tinyurl.com/BusEntMentors
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Our first Madame Tussauds weekend is coming up! Has your troop reserved their spot yet? Join the Girl Scouts March 29-30 or April 5-6. Check out the flyer for more information!
Recognizing International Women's Day: March 8, 2014, 4 days ago
Tomorrow is International Women's Day. Find out more about this important day and how Girl Scouts of Greater New York helps girls overcome barriers and build their futures. http://www.girlscoutsnyc.org/blog?p=927 On March 8, 2014, the Girl Scouts of Greater New York will join with the world to celebrate International Women's Day. First recognized by the United Nations 39 years ago, International Women's Day - with its 2014 theme, Inspiring Change - recognizes women's advances as well as the tremendous work… www.girlscoutsnyc.org
Deadline extended! Apply to the Girl Scout Leadership Institute 14-15 by Monday, 5 days ago
Deadline extended! Apply to the Girl Scout Leadership Institute 14-15 by Monday http://conta.cc/1cxZy5I conta.cc
Blog, 6 days ago
Anna Durrans from the AWIS-NY blog just wrote this very important piece on gender disparity in education, mentioning the work GSGNY is doing in encouraging girls to take an interest in STEM, and to pursue STEM careers. http://metronyawis.weebly.com/blog.html Half the US population and workforce is female, and yet for over a decade women have comprised under a quarter of those employed in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).(1,2) In... metronyawis.weebly.com
Only 3 days left! Apply now for the Girl Scout Leadership Institute 2014-2015!, 7 days ago
Only 3 days left! Apply now for the Girl Scout Leadership Institute 2014-2015! http://conta.cc/1iaymMB conta.cc
Only 4 days left! Apply now for the Girl Scout Leadership Institute 2014-2015!, 8 days ago
Only 4 days left! Apply now for the Girl Scout Leadership Institute 2014-2015! http://conta.cc/MJoudX conta.cc
Girl Scouts, 10 days ago
From the staff and volunteers-Thank you for a great day...another drive thru success!
Girl Scouts, 10 days ago
All the way from Queens!!!
Girl Scouts, 10 days ago
Lots of cookies being picked up!
Girl Scouts Leadership Institute on WOR Radio 710
Girl Scouts of Greater New York CEO Barbara Murphy-Warrington discusses GSLI (The Girl Scouts Leadership Institute, which is offered in partnership with Barnard College's Athena center for Leadership Studies) on "The Joan Hamburg Show" on WOR Radio 710 on July 9, 2013.
This film featuring the honorees of our 100th Anniversary Gala, Renee Haugerud, Michelle Lee, Sandra Lee and Trish McEvoy and our New York City Girl Scouts includes five chapters: "100 Year Commitment," "Global Citizens," "The Sky is the Limit," "Making a Difference" and "Today's Girls, Tomorrow's Leaders."
To celebrate the 100th Anniversary of Girl Scouting in New York City, this film featuring Girl Scout Board President Rose Littlejohn, CEO Barbara Murphy-Warrington and our New York City Girl Scouts, includes highlights from our first 100 years and then focuses on the importance of "making the history of tomorrow" today.
Trish McEvoy, Founder and CEO, Trish McEvoy Beauty hosted Girl Scouts and Volunteers in her New York City Studio in April 2013.
Girl Scouts of Greater New York thanks our volunteers.
Thank you for being a friend to New York City's 26, 658 Girl Scouts.
Michelle Y. Lee, Northeast Regional President, Wells Fargo Bank, hosts a group of Girl Scouts at the Wells Fargo Learning and Development Center for a "Hands-on-Banking" Financial Literacy Lesson and an inspirational Career Presentation.
Renee Haugerud, Founder and Chief Investment Officer, Galtere, hosts a troop of Brownie Girl Scouts in her offices and teaches them about global currency and the importance of being global citizens.
Sandra Lee, Childhood Hunger Advocate and Emmy and Gracie Award Winning TV Host with 300 Girl Scouts doing a park-clean up in Prospect Park, Brooklyn on April 6, 2013. Girl Scouts have made a 100 Year Commitment to keep this area of the park clean.
Leading Girls to Go For the Silver and Gold Award Webinar
This webinar is designed for Alumnae, Parents, & Volunteers to get all of the info you need to lead girls in earning Girl Scouting's highest awards. Learn the requirements along with some interactive project planning activities to bring back to your girls.
Cookie University Mentor Training Webinar
As you may know, the Girl Scout Cookie Sale is the largest girl-led Business & Entrepreneurship program in the world. Through their cookie sales, Girl Scouts learn five essential skills that equip them to succeed in school, work and beyond: •Money Management •Decision Making •Goal Setting •People Skills •Business Ethics We have developed the Cookie University program as a way for girls to develop and build on these skills through engaging in fun, hands-on interactive activities centered around the Cookie Sale and learning from older girls, who have Cookie Sale experience, when possible. In Fall 2012, we launched our first-ever Cookie University and Cookie University Mentor Training. At Cookie University Mentor Training at ING Direct Café, Cadettes, Seniors and Ambassadors had the unique opportunity to learn from and engage with professionals from a range of fields such as Business, Finance, Marketing, Customer Service and Sales. They learned about these fields and what it takes to work in them successfully. They also gained invaluable firsthand knowledge and skills that they can apply to selling cookies and planning for their future careers. Girls also worked together to design a plan for sharing their newfound knowledge and skills with Brownies at our Cookie University. At Cookie University at The Cooper Union, Brownies learned from Cadettes, Seniors and Ambassadors about how to succeed in their cookie sales. The older girls taught and mentored the Brownies and shared the invaluable knowledge and skills they gained at their workshop and their own cookie sales experiences. Brownies developed and built on their knowledge and skill sets in the areas of Goal-Setting, Decision Making, Money Management, People Skills and Business Ethics. They "graduated" from Cookie University ready to tackle and excel in their entrepreneurial endeavors! In addition to offering these special initiatives, we have developed a Cookie University Mentor Training curriculum for Cadettes, Seniors and Ambassadors (go to www.girlscoutsnyc.org to download curricula) and this webinar to help teach you to use the curriculum. Webinars and curriculum are also available for Daisies and Brownies, to be used in conjunction with this training on www.girlscoutsnyc.org and our YouTube channel. These curricula are meant to serve as guides for Troop Leaders and Parents to offer the Cookie University program either to their troops at their troop meetings or for them, their Borough Program Committee and/or Service Unit to organize their own Multi-Troop, Borough-Wide or Service Unit events.