When Carrie Resch was asked what value she found in Girl Scouts, she responded, “As an alumna and now the mother of two Girl Scouts, I see great value in the things I learned as a Girl Scout when I didn’t even realize I was learning. I thought I was just having fun! Being back at camp and around some current Girl Scouts this summer, I realized there were things and skills I learned as a Girl Scout that I still use today. The activities we did helped build confidence, taught us things we were probably unlikely to do at home, and helped us, perhaps, even zero in on a career path because we were provided opportunities to try many different things in Girl Scouts.”
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