Have you heard of our Classroom to Career: Developing Tomorrow’s Female Leaders series? It is an exciting new program here at GSSGC. The program is generously sponsored in part by Bank of America. C2C launched in April with “Step Up: Become A Voice In Your Community” where older Girl Scouts participated in a two-part event. The focus was leadership in the community; participating girls were mentored … Continue reading Leadership Series continues June 26 with Classroom to Career: Developing Tomorrow’s Female Leaders!
By Angela, Girl Scout Gold Award Recipient My name is Angela, I am 18 years old and a graduating senior after 13 years of Girl Scouts. This past summer I completed my Gold Award Take Action Project. My event was Kids Being Kids, a day where kids with disabilities and those without could play baseball and soccer together. My sister Chrissy lives with a disability … Continue reading GIRL SPEAK: My opportunity to help kids with disabilities
The Ladies of Kappa Delta would be honored if you, the Girl Scouts of San Gorgonio, would join them for their first Girl Scout event of the Fall Quarter. Kappa Delta is hosting a Career Day for Girl Scouts ages 10 and up. They will have Professor Johanna Smith speaking and the event will include fun, interactive activities related to careers, majors, and colleges. The Ladies of Kappa Delta … Continue reading Career Day for Girl Scouts is Oct. 20th: Save the date!
Sure, not all girls are interested in getting their hands dirty. But there’s something to be said when that digging uncovers an artifact that’s thousands of years old! Since October 19 is International Archaeology Day that got us thinking…have you ever considered a career in archaeology? When you think of famous archaeologists, most likely you picture the iconic fiction character Indiana Jones. But who are some … Continue reading Digging in the dirt? Female archaeologists and their legacy.