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Gold Award Highlight – Kristen

20 Sep 2017

The name of the Gold Award Project was "Care Package Pillows." When I originally started the project, I intended for it to be a homemade item that children in hospitals could keep for themselves. Instead of only having items issued by the hospital that they would have to return, they would be given colorful, well-made pillows with fun prints filled with stuffed animals, coloring books, crayons, etc.

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CEO Blog - September

01 Sep 2017

I hope that everyone is settling in back at school – and that it’s a successful school year for everyone! With the launch of back to school and Girl Scouting comes the Fall Product Program!

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Gold Award Highlight: Shivangi

14 Aug 2017

My Gold Award project was entitled “Soarin’ with STEM.” The purpose of my project was to motivate and encourage young girls to view STEM subjects as a great avenue for their future careers. Currently, there is a huge under-representation of women in STEM fields, particularly due to the negative impact of media and marketing in the toy and film industries as well as a lack of exposure to STEM opportunities at an early age.

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CEO Blog - August

01 Aug 2017

One of my most vivid Girl Scout childhood memories is a troop trip to Washington DC. We learned about the US government, and I was inspired by the stately feel of the city with the Capitol, White House and Smithsonian.

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