Robotics Isn’t Hard—It’s Fun!

Mikaela and her team decide how to program their car.

Mikaela was worried Girl Scout Robotics Camp would be really hard. Even though she’s a bright, thoughtful 11-year-old who’s very interested in science and math, she’d never done Robotics before and didn’t know what to expect. It didn’t take long on that first day of camp for Mikaela to realize Robotics wasn’t as hard as […]

Girl Scout Spirit Day 2013


On October 10, show your Girl Scout pride by wearing your Girl Scout uniform, Girl Scout pins and other Girl Scout apparel to school. Spread the word about the fun and friendship of Girl Scouts that day by talking to your friends and handing out invitation cards. Troop Incentive All participating girls are eligible to […]

A Girl With Dreams Across the World

Piper on the beach

Piper, a Girl Scout Cadette, is 13 years old. Like most eighth graders, she is chatty, loves playing sports and always enjoys being silly with her friends. What sets her apart from other eighth graders though is her relentless craving to explore the world. While she spends her days dreaming about far-off lands and the […]

Preserving the Past for Future Girl Scouts

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In 1953, Girl Scout Brownies attending day camp in Austin, Minnesota used clothespins to hang their bag lunches on a line. That image is now one of 129 photos, documents and other historical items that have been digitally preserved in Minnesota Reflections, a project of the Minnesota Digital Library (MDL). Organizations must apply to MDL to […]