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 […]

Pinky Promises to Stop Bullying

Pinky Promise Troop

What’s more powerful than a pinky promise? Just ask Troop 43000, a group of Girl Scout Juniors who recently earned their Agent of Change Junior Journey Award through their efforts to stop the bullying at their schools. The Agent of Change Journey focuses on power—the power of “me,” “team” and “community.” The girls used their power to […]

Basketball Fun at Saint Mary’s University


Girl Scout Brownies and Juniors, are you looking for a fun way to earn your Fair Play and Practice with Purpose badges? Join the Saint Mary’s University Women’s basketball team for a unique experience. You will train with the team and discover ways to improve your basketball skills. Learn from the athletes to find out […]

Girls Send Shoes to Lebanon

Eva in Lebanon

To earn a Gold, Silver or Bronze Award, Girl Scouts must create a project that displays leadership and engages the community. Three girls from Troop 13179 (Eva, Caroline and Amani) set out to earn their Bronze Award by first studying three different countries to determine which one had a significant need surrounding children. They researched […]