Robotics Camp Empowers Girls


Ten-year-old Olivia has short hair and glasses, a thoughtful demeanor and strong opinions about music. She likes Neon Trees, an alternative rock band, but unlike other girls her age, she has no love for boy bands or Taylor Swift. An only child, Olivia tends to act a little older than she looks, and she knows […]

Girl Scout Takes Charge to Help Bluebirds

Katie wearing Girl Scout sash and holding a bluebird house.

Katie has always been passionate about the outdoors, but was never really a bird-watcher. That changed when she embarked on her Girl Scout Gold Award project last year. For the project, she organized volunteers to build houses for bluebirds, who are often crowded out of their natural habitat by house sparrows. Katie’s project marked the […]

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 […]