Girl Scouts



Through Girl Scout programs, girls make choices and decisions on what they will do and how they will accomplish it, set goals as a team and participate in hands-on activities that allow them to think critically. Girl Scouts develop skills that support success in school, while also getting additional opportunities to learn about problem-solving, collaboration and how to actively engage in their communities. Girls credit Girl Scouts with helping to:

Develop positive values: 89%
Make better decisions and positive choices in their life: 74%
Develop healthy relationships: 86%
Resolve conflicts fairly and positively: 87%
Develop leadership skills and demonstrate personal responsibility: 81%
Participate in community service and believe their actions make a difference in the world: 85%