A lifelong Girl Scout, longtime business leader and advocate of STEM education for young women, Sylvia served as interim GSUSA CEO since June 2016. Please join us in welcoming Sylvia Acevedo, the ultimate G.I.R.L. (Go-getter, Innovator, Risk-taker, Leader)™, to her new role as CEO of Girl Scouts of the USA!Continue >
In Girl Scouts, girls do more than they ever thought they could while changing the world and themselves. Girls develop a stronger sense of self, practice positive values, are open to new challenges, build and maintain healthy relationships, and become skilled at community problem solving.Continue >
On June 9, girls, their families and special guests from our council and Girl Scouts of Central and Western Massachusetts will gather at the Massachusetts State House to celebrate. This year, 60 GSEMA girls have earned this highest award a Girl Scout can earn.
Imagine a summer full of visual and performing arts, sailing and swimming, hiking and biking, science, horseback riding and much more! You choose: white sands or green hills, relaxation or challenge, day or overnight. It's all in our 2017 Summer Camp Guide. Read The Boston Globe article, A Legacy of Joy at Summer Camp (March 8, 2017).