Girl Scouting focuses on what girls need to thrive in a rapidly changing world.
The Girl Scout Research Institute provides insights into girls issues and guides our program development to make sure we're succeeding for every girl.
To see what girls do in Girl Scouting, visit Things to Do.
Science & Technology
Activities related to science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) now account for more than half of all "Girl Scout Awards."/girls/awards/. Girl Scouting introduces more girls to inspiring role models in scientific fields than any other organization.
Millions of girls now learn their economic ABCs in Girl Scouts. Setting goals, budgeting and saving are vital life skills. The Girl Scout Cookie Program & MagNut Program are often the first steps to give girls real-life experiences with goal setting, managing money and even running their own business.
The Girl Scout program recognizes that physical health, emotional health and self esteem are all connected. We support the whole girl from the time she enters Kindergarten until she graduates from high school.
Girl Scouts combines environmental education with community action on a national scale. Since the launch of our environmentally focused program series in 2009, more than 200,000 girls have tackled issues such as noise pollution, global warming and soil contamination.
Girl Scouts makes the world smaller and the girl bigger. Through the world's largest organization of girls, she can have a global impact and a global voice. The Girl Scouts has full consultative status at the United Nations.