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    Delegate Meeting September 27

    Regional and National Delegates: join us for an important pre-Convention meeting. Sept. 27 | 10:30 AM | Waltham

    Patricia Parcellin Named New CEO

    Formerly of State Street Corporation, Pat is a senior executive with more than three decades of financial industry and global operations experience, plus seven years of non-profit board service. Read the press release.

    The Ultimate Program Guide

    Check out the 2014-2015 Ultimate Guide to make new friends, have fun, try new things and more!

    The Ultimate Girls' Weekend

    Join us Oct. 16-19 in Salt Lake City, Utah! Find hotel information for the 2014 GSUSA National Convention.

    Annual Report Available Online

    Read our 2013 Annual Report, now available online.

    Report: How Girl Scouting Benefits Girls

    The impact of STEM, outdoors and cookie programs.

    Long Range Property Plan

    Read the FAQ and latest update or share feedback.

    News archives | Media inquiries

  • Fall Product Sales Program

    Dive In - Fall Sale

    September 26 - October 26, 2014
    Selling Fall Product helps girls develop key skills they can use for the rest of their lives.

    • Goal Setting - Learn to set goals and meet deadlines.
    • Decision Making - Research and develop a plan while working as a team.
    • Money Management - Learn to make change, plan and budget their funds.
    • People Skills - Gain confidence learning how to deal with different people.
    • Business Ethics - Girls learn the importance of being honest, trustworthy and reliable.

    Plus, it's a great way to earn start-up money for your troop! Troops earn 15% of a girl’s sale of nuts, candy, magazines and products from the Photo Keepsake line.

    Visit the Fall Sale page for more information.

  • Celebrating Leadership

    Gold Awards

    We are featuring all 2014 Gold Awardees in this space over several weeks.


    Natalie AndrewsNatalie Andrews created an after-school improvisation and script-writing class to promote young students’ self esteem and combat bullying.


    Mary Kate KelleyRuiyi Gao developed a study skills seminar to help freshmen navigate the academic expectations of their new high school environments.


    Madeleine SchmuchMadeleine Schmuch ran self-defense classes to help empower people of all ages in her community.




    Rachel HausmannRachel Hausmann added orienteering courses for varied experience levels to supplement her school’s wellness and fitness programs.


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