Sophia E. Girl Reporter On Saturday March 11th, I had the opportunity to participate in this years Youth Symposium, hosted by Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority Inc., held at Kaiser High School. It was a day of educational workshops for students and parents. When my family and I arrived at Kaiser High School we were introduced to the members of the Alumni Board of the Sigma … Continue reading Girl Report | Building a Future for Impactful Leaders: 2017 Youth Symposium
Hailey Mims Girl Reporter Have you ever experimented with Mentos or perhaps tested and compared certain brands to see which lasts the longest? If you have, you were creating the basis of a science fair project. On January 26, 2017, River Heights Intermediate School held their second annual science expo show, casing explicit and intriguing experiments along with tri-fold boards explaining each project. … Continue reading Girl Report | Girls Blazing Science Trails
Alyssa T. Girl Reporter With the new release of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, both new and old Star Wars fans rushed to movie theaters to see the magic. Meanwhile, in the Redlands office, Girl Scouts abandoned their regular uniforms in favor of Empire robes and Wookie costumes. On January 21st, 2017, Juniors and Cadettes went to the “Star Girls” event to join in … Continue reading Girl Report | Star Girls: A Girl Scouts Quest
Kira B. Girl Reporter On September 6, Girl Scouts of San Gorgonio Council hosted STEM Night! There were many activities for girls to participate in all while having fun and learning, too. There were a lot of different Girl Scout troops at the event. One activity the girls did was take a picture taped to a stick and move the stick back and forth really … Continue reading Girl Reporter | STEM Night
As we all know, technology continues to grow every single day from iPads and iPhones to MacBooks and iMacs. Over the past several years, there has been increasing consideration given to girls and information, communication and technology. Individuals in leadership positions and companies are realizing that by investing in this area, they are helping to end cycles of poverty while empowering future generations of women to consider … Continue reading Girl Reporters Take on Apple Camp
By: Thalia S. Girl Reporter My first visit to a university campus was extremely fun. The UCR staff was really kind and they were able to teach me and the other girls a lot of new things in the amount of time we were there. Throughout the day we learned about all the different types of engineering UCR has to offer, the current students … Continue reading GIRL REPORT | UCR Engineering Experience
Listen & Learn – Hear firsthand from Jaiden and Ashlyn. It turns out, adults are heavily influenced by what their children learn and share with them. This is according to a joint research project between Stanford University and Oregon State University. The researchers taught 30 Girl Scout troops about energy conservation. After the Girl Scouts learned about ways to save energy, the girls continued to adopt positive … Continue reading When in drought, teach conservation. Parents’ positive habits heavily influenced by their kids.
GSSGC recognizes Alina Aragon! Alina is a hardworking, soon-to-be college student who wants to study in the science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) career field. In 2014, she volunteered to be a STEM mentor to middle school girls from Painted Hills in the Low Desert. This act of kindness gave her an awesome opportunity for the next year. Through Girl Scouts, she was able to attend … Continue reading San Gorgonio celebrates its first GenCyber success story! Find out who she is.
By Isabel P. Senior Girl Reporter How do you keep girls coming back to GenCyber each year? You don’t just review old techniques; rather, you build upon the existing foundation and introduce new ones! That’s where the GenCyber Advanced Track comes in. This summer I once again had the opportunity to participate in GenCyber 2016. According to the official site, the GenCyber program provides, “summer cybersecurity camp experiences … Continue reading GIRL REPORT | GenCyber Advanced Track
By Isabel P. Senior Girl Reporter I had the opportunity to attend the S.T.E.M. for Starters in at the GSSGC High Desert Service Center on June 18, 2016. This event was created by Girl Scout Troop 1101’s own Caitlin S. This program was made to introduce girls to the basics of STEM through fun activities. There were 8 stations, divided up into two sections for … Continue reading GIRL REPORT | STEM for Starters offers girls an introduction to scientific principals