The Ultimate Girls' Weekend
Join us October 16-19, 2014 in Salt Lake City, Utah! Registration is now open for the 2014 GSUSA National Convention.
Annual Report Available Online
Read our 2013 Annual Report, now available online.
New Report: How Girl Scouting Benefits Girls
This newly compiled report summarizes the benefits of being a Girl Scout, including the impact of the Cookie Program, STEM initiatives, and Outdoor experiences.
Long Range Property Plan
Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts offers 4 resident and 9 day camp programs for girls grades 1-12, and 2 family camps. Our camps feature a range of activities from horseback riding to water sports, challenge courses, campfire cooking, and even local travel programs for older girls. Our camps are located throughout eastern Massachusetts and in central and southern New Hampshire.
Can't wait for your summer adventure? Register for summer camp today! Choose an ACA-accredited day or resident camp or family camp from our 2014 Camp Guide. Named a "Family Favorite" by Boston Parents Paper.
We will feature all 2014 Gold Awardees in this space over the next several weeks.
Nic Bussiere empowered bullied children with the skills to cope with negative situations that arise when adults are not around. She created a children's book, incorporating positive talk and sensory techniques, and presented both the book and a corresponding curriculum to elementary school teachers who will incorporate her work into their classrooms.
Isabella DiPietro preserved a photographic history for Lynnfield’s public schools. To save old pictures from disintegrating in storage, she recruited students and community volunteers to help scan each picture, research photo details, and log both photos and data, creating electronic files accessible via Lynnfield Historical Society’s database.
Sarah Zieberg used acting techniques to help fifth through eighth graders develop confidence and effective public speaking skills. Her program aimed to impart skills that would help students work both individually and in team settings, and support them throughout their academic careers and into the job market.
Sign up. Sign on. Learn.
3rd Wednesday of each month, 12 – 1 PM
August 20 Take Action Projects — Take Action projects help girls learn about the root causes of issues, how to mobilize others for action and what it means to create lasting change in the world. Learn the difference between service and Take Action projects; how Journeys and the Bronze, Silver and Gold Awards engage girls in Take Action projects; and ideas for interesting and age-appropriate projects for girls. Last day to register is August 18, 2014.
Miss out on our previous sessions? Below is a sampling of our recorded sessions.
Girls and Social Media
Service Unit Success Stories
Travel Planning with Girls
Negotiating Family Dynamics in the Troop
Celebrate Girl Scouts
Every 12.5 Minutes a Girl becomes a Girl Scout
Creating a Culture of Appreciation
The ABCs of Selling Girl Scout Cookies
Activating the Friends & Family Network
Service Unit Team Symposium 2.0
Pathways for Older Girls
Stopping Cliques Before They Start
Communication strategies for Inclusion
Let Go, Let Girls!
Join / Únete
Girl Scouts has a whole new approach to make it easy for all girls to join. We offer four Pathways - ways that girls and their families can participate - Camp, Events, Series and Troop. Can't wait to have the best day ever? Register for Girl Scouts anytime! All re-registration is done online. Questions? Contact us. Trying to reach someone in particular? Try our Membership Services Staff Directory.
¡Conviértete en una Girl Scout y únete a la diversión! ¡Ve ahora! Para Español llama 857-453-5335.
Listen to our fall 2013 radio ad.
Upcoming Programs & Benefits
Boston College Scout Day
September 27, Register by July 1 to receive a BC patch
Bodyworlds VITAL Discount
Through September 14, 2014
Edaville USA Event Discounts
Select events, through Fall 2014
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Vincent DeWitt | Randy H. Goodman | Hennessy Productions | Perri VanderClock