Girl Scouts has been around for a long time. Although the organization is always evolving, the symbols that have come to represent it have not. People still associate Girl Scouts with cookies, sashes, badges, and friendship bracelets.
The truth is, Girl Scouts are groundbreakers. They program robots, start garage bands, and change their communities. A Girl Scout is a G.I.R.L. (Go-getter, Innovator, Risk-taker, Leader)—and yes, these G.I.R.L.s are still selling the best cookies known to (wo)man.
Girl Scouts are prepared to tackle the big and small moments in their lives—those moments when they are up against a challenge, trying something new, making their dreams a reality, or breaking out of their comfort zones. Girl Scouts lead through practicing grit, problem solving, risk-taking, and leading with empathy.
Ready to lead like a Girl Scout? Watch our new PSA: “I’m Prepared… to lead like a Girl Scout”