How to Talk to Girls about Growing Up

For many girls entering middle and high school, school yards, cafeterias, sports fields, and even classrooms become more difficult to navigate as friendships and relationships change over time. As Girl Scout volunteers, we can help equip our girls with the confidence, kindness, and strength. Gabi shares a few tips on how to be there for your girls as they grow up, even (and especially when) they don’t think they need it.

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3 Ways Girl Scouts Can Travel the World

Before your girls start planning their next big adventure, it’s important to know the different types of travel opportunities Girl Scouts offers, grade-level requirements, as well as any required training. In this post, Sandy breaks down the need-to-know information on troop travel, council trips, and Destinations.

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A Step-by-Step Guide to Getting Your Girls Outdoors: Look Out

Girl Scouts has a long history of getting girls outdoors, and getting your girls outside doesn’t have to be an overwhelming trek. So to help you with the process, Mary-Jane will be writing a blog post every month or so on fun and easy ways to move through the Girl Scout Outdoor Progression Chart. Check out Mary-Jane’s four suggestions on how to complete Step 1: Look Out.

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6 Resources to Help Grow Your Troop

Even if your troop is already up and running, adding new girls and volunteers to your friendship circle is the perfect way to mix things up in your troop! From creating a safe space and managing differing opinions to teaching them Girl Scouting essentials, get ready for the arrival of your new troop members with these helpful resources.

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