Girl Scouts of Connecticut continues to offer many exciting ways for girls to participate in Girl Scouts and experience its leadership programs. This past year has been a celebration of the 100th Anniversary of Girl Scouting, but there’s still time to join the fun!
In addition to joining troops, girls may enter Girl Scouts as an individual member and participate in a series, events, travel, or enjoy our beautiful summer camps throughout the state. Every Girl Scout, no matter how she enters the Girl Scouts Program, will benefit from the Girl Scout Leadership Experience. Girl Scouts learn leadership qualities and skills such as self-esteem, positive values, critical thinking, and community spirit through fun, educational activities.
From a Girl Scout Daisy in Kindergarten learning about her environment and making new friends, to a Girl Scout Ambassador in High School interested in traveling to Washington, D.C. and attending an Energy Expo, the Girl Scout Program will help her discover herself and her values, connect with others, and take action to make the world a better place.
Additionally, as a girl-led organization, girls work with adult mentors to help determine which activities they are interested in and will best suit their needs. Girl Scouts of Connecticut relies on volunteers to make many of our programs and activities possible. Adults who are interested in making a difference in a girl’s life are encouraged to join us as we build girls of courage, confidence, and character who make the world a better place.
For information about a recruitment event near you, how you can become a Girl Scout volunteer, or how Girl Scouts of Connecticut can benefit the girl in your life, visit www.gsofct.org or call 1-800-922-2770.
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