The Hasbro Community Action Hero Award recognizes outstanding young volunteers who show that you are never too young to make a difference in your local or global community (sounds like they’re talking about Girl Scouts to us)! Hasbro Children’s Fund and generationOn will celebrate ten young people between the ages of 5-18 for their extraordinary community service and volunteer activities at a special recognition event … Continue reading Hasbro Community Action Hero 2015 award open to all age levels!
Hello Everyone! We are excited to announce the first in a series of Wells Fargo job fairs coming to the Inland Empire where the company will be looking for career candidates. The job fair will be Thursday, February 19th at the Wells Fargo Indio Store with prior online registration required. This opportunity is only for the Coachella Valley and Palm Springs area at this time. Please contact … Continue reading Career Opportunity for Coachella Valley & Palm Springs Senior Scouts
Here are our Top Ten Tips in honor of Misfit Sock Day to help Leaders, Parents, Volunteers and adults in the community to stop bullying from occurring within their troops and schools! Top Ten Tips Always keep the lines of communication open: Sometimes spending 15 minutes a day talking can reassure kids that they can talk to their parents or leaders if they have a problem. Help … Continue reading What Adults Can Do About Bullying: Ten Tips
The smell of gear grease and the clanking of wrenches hovered over a group of curious girls during Girl Power Meets Horse Power (No Boys Needed), the inaugural event of GSSGC’s exciting new Program Task Force. Two of its members, Terri Blomker (High Desert) and Rochelle Reynoldson (Central), used their experience as Troop Leaders to offer the program specifically for Cadettes, Seniors and Ambassadors . Continue reading Program Task Force kick-off to an exciting start!
We believe that together we can close the gender wage gap sooner than 2058 if they partner with local businesses to address accessibility issues. Classroom To Career is a program that’s helping us take great strides in our local communities! Continue reading Girl Scouts helps girls develop work skills
Reprinted from Girl Scouts Blog School. This one word can inspire a whole range of emotions in both mothers and their daughters. With homework, pencils, and paper now replacing lazy summer days—how do you set her up for success at the place she spends the most time outside of your home? Science, math, and language skills are all important, but sending a happy, confident, and … Continue reading Back to School: Five Ways to Help Your Girl Shine!
Women in leadership taught teenage girls the difference between being a good leader and being bossy during the Ban Bossy Girls in Leadership event at the Jack Bulik Teen Center in Fontana. The inaugural event focused on empowering at-risk young girls by strengthening their self esteem. Many foster and probation youth girls participated in interactive activities and watched video clips that provided discussion opportunities on how women … Continue reading Collaboration by local organizations help girls learn leadership skills!
We’ve all witnessed what a cookie can do – teach a girl many life lessons and essential business skills – but what can a Campership do? Here is a beautiful example of how Camperships, and people who care, can make a deep impact on the lives of girls and their families: Jeannette Walker, a retired nurse, and her husband Paul became the legal parents of her eight grandchildren in … Continue reading The incredible story of this family will inspire you! This is also how you made difference with a Campership.
Hermanas with One voice for Personal Empowerment (H.O.P.E), funded in part by a MetLife grant, is a Girl Scouts of San Gorgonio Council program that has helped girls from the Inland Empire gain a deeper understanding of themselves, their cultural heritage and their potential. With technology, such as social media, dominating the lives of many young people today, the H.O.P.E. program aimed to introduce an … Continue reading Girls’ personal empowerment art on display in HD until July 15th – check it out!
The sisters of the Kappa Delta Sorority, Zeta Zeta chapter, hosted an exclusive event for Girl Scouts at the Cal State San Bernardino campus on May 31, 2014. The event allowed local Girl Scouts to participate in the national Ban Bossy campaign, which encourages girls to pursue fearless leadership. Kappa Delta began with a presentation that helped girls flex their leadership muscles , followed by a question … Continue reading Girl Scouts ban “bossy” at Cal State San Bernardino!