Girl Scouts offers innovative programs, events, and camps for girls of all ages and interests.
Girl Scouts ofrece programas innovadores, eventos y campamentos para niñas de todas edades e intereses.
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Congratulations to our Extraordinary Volunteers
April 18, 2014
Every few days we will feature a different adult volunteer who was recently honored at our Volunteer Recognition Dinner. Read the profiles.
Report: How Girl Scouting Benefits Girls
April 7, 2014
The impact of STEM, outdoors and cookie programs.
It's time to nominate volunteers for recognition
January 13, 2014
Learn more by visiting our volunteer page.
GSEM names Pam Salkovitz Interim CEO
January 7, 2014
Read press release.
CEO Ruth Bramson retires
December 3, 2013
Ruth Bramson has retired after more than 5 years leading the council. Read BBJ article.
Happy 101st Birthday, Girl Scouts!
March 11, 2013
We join Girl Scouts across the nation to commemorate the March 12, 1912 founding of the Girl Scout movement. Juliette Gordon Low envisioned an organization centered on girl leadership and we are proud to sustain her legacy in Eastern Massachusetts.
Long Range Property Plan
February 24, 2013
Girl Scout Laura White Goes for Gold
December 10, 2012
Reading Girl Scout Laura White earned her Gold Award for her project to bring Shakespeare to the community and was pinned last weekend at a ceremony held at Rice Moody. Council representative Nancy Lewis was at the ceremony to honor Laura.
I Promised A Girl Scout I'd Vote
November 2, 2012
Dennis-Yarmouth Girl Scouts worked on the I Promised a Girl Scout I'd vote patch. They spoke with members of the Women's League of Voters & the American Association of University Women to assist with the requirements. More than 40 girls were in attendance. Voters in Dennis & Yarmouth will receive thank you notes when they leave their voting precincts on Nov 6 from the girls.
Study Illustrates Impact of Societal Influences
November 1, 2012
Simmons College and Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts' research provides insights into how girls’ thinking is different from boys’.