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STEM learning...powered by Girl Scout Cookies
STEM learning...powered by Girl Scout Cookies
STEM learning...powered by Girl Scout Cookies
Outdoor adventure...powered by Girl Scout Cookies.
Outdoor adventure...powered by Girl Scout Cookies.
Outdoor adventure...powered by Girl Scout Cookies.
Community service...powered by Girl Scout Cookies.
Community service...powered by Girl Scout Cookies.
Community service...powered by Girl Scout Cookies.
Introducing the new Girl Scout S'mores cookie!
Introducing the new Girl Scout S'mores cookie!
Introducing the new Girl Scout S'mores cookie!

With Girl Scouts, you'll have experiences that show how exciting the world is, and how awesome you are, over and over again!

Whether you can give a day, a few weeks, or the whole year, it all starts with you. Be the role model she’ll always remember.

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For customer care, contact us at 844-306-GSEM (4736), CustomerCare@gsema.org, or via our "contact us" webpage. Please use E-Biz for events/activities registrations and payments.

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Apply for a Scholarship

Gold Award Celebration

Two  2017 GSEM Scholarships ($1,500 each) will be awarded to graduating high school senior Girl Scouts in recognition of exemplary leadership, community engagement, and personal commitment to the Girl Scout mission. The scholarship is to be used towards post-high school study. Application deadline is Friday, March 3 at 11:59 PM.

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Sign up for Summer Camp

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You’re in the right place to plan your best summer ever! 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.  

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The State of Girls Report

GSEM Blog

This landmark report focuses on national and state trends across key indicators affecting girls’ overall well-being. The findings suggest that, regardless of improved high school graduation rates, economic conditions lead to increased emotional and physical distress among girls, with obesity, marijuana use, and low self-esteem on the rise. However, where Girl Scouting is strong, girls are doing better.
 

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UPCOMING EVENTS