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
By Victoria Warne, Troop 1436, Girl Scout A once in a lifetime vacation is what describes the summer of 2015, where my best friend, Kalikonani Dailey and I took a Journey Down Under to the beautiful countries of Australia and New Zealand. This particular trip took over 4 years to plan and save for. Constant cookie booths, fall product sales, and saving up “cookie dough” throughout the … Continue reading GIRL SPEAK | Our Journey Four Years In The Making
By Cassidy H, Girl Reporter From June 8 to June 12, a group of twelve Girl Scouts explored different career paths at the From Dreams to Reality: Career Discovery Day Camp. This was funded by Boeing as a part of the STEM program here at GSSGC. On Monday, June 8, 2015 the Girl Scouts started their journey into career exploration by visiting the San Bernardino IT Department … Continue reading GIRL REPORT | Girls Explore Non-Traditional Career Paths For Women
Please come and support fellow Girl Scout of San Gorgonio Council Ashley Fox tomorrow evening. Her hard work and dedication to completing her Silver Award project should not be missed! Ashley will unveil her “Freedom Swing” for handicapped persons at the Marna O’Brien Park in Wildomar. Continue reading Girl Scout Ashley unveils “freedom swing” in Wildomar tomorrow
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
Now in its 63rd year – Girl Scouts of San Gorgonio Council’s oldest camp – Camp Wi-Wo-Ca successfully completed Session B of it’s day camp for 2014. This year’s theme was “Wi-Wo-Ca: The Musical.” There was a program performance at the end of the week performed by some very creative and enthusiastic Girl Scouts. The girl’s unit themes were: “Frozen,” “Rio,” “Seussical the Musical,” “Grease,” “Lion King,” “Wizard … Continue reading Another successful year for GSSGC’s longest-running day camp!
Think you’ve had a busy day? Well, check out what Low Desert Girl Scout Troops 74 and 1744 accomplished in a single day! The Girl Scouts began their day at Desert Regional Hospital in Palm Springs. There, they met two nurses from the Emergency Room who took them on hospital tour. The girls learned more about how the CT Scanner, MRI machine, and radiology department … Continue reading A busy day for Troop 74 and Troop 1744 – girls tour the hospital, make pizza, and meet City Council members in a single day!
Education and online savvy were the dominant topics of conversation Thursday morning when 22 Girl Scouts toured the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department as part of a “Classroom to Career” (C2C) program, sponsored in part by Bank of America and the Girl Scouts of San Gorgonio Alumnae Association. Classroom to Career exposes young women to a variety of career paths by giving them behind-the-scenes access to … Continue reading Girls tour the San Bernardino Sheriff’s headquarters as part of C2C’s summer curriculum!
This is Barbara Pepper, she has been a Girl Scout for 27 years; 1 year as a girl member and 26 adult years as a volunteer and leader. What originally brought you to Girl Scouting? My daughter was in a troop that needed new leaders. She enjoyed it so much, I didn’t want her to have to stop Girl Scouts, and so I volunteered. I’m … Continue reading Get to know your council! Q & A with Barbara Pepper.