Girl Scouts of the USA

Girls Scout of America is am girls youth organization for every American girl in Untied States and those living abroad. It describes itself as "the world's preeminent organization dedicated only to girls". It is similar in function to the Boys Scouts of America in function and differentiates only in the fact that it is dedicated to serve only girls.

After a few years her hopes and dreams were realized. Today the Girls Scout of America has a membership of more than 3.2 million girls in the United States alone. There are over 50 million girls and women who are alumnae of the Girl Scouts.

The Girl Scouts help girls discover the fun, power and friendship of girls together. Through an array of enriching experiences like educational field trips, community service projects, sports skill building, environmental stewardships and cultural exchanges girls are able to grow strong and courageous. The girl scouts help them develop to their highest possible potential.

It shows them how to relate with understanding, to others as well as with respect and skill. They learn to develop a set of values to guide them and it provides them with a solid decision-making foundation. The girl's scouts also help them contribute to society's improvement through leadership skills, personal abilities and cooperation with others.

There are a number of different programs offered by the girl scouts that help the girls to grow, build character, self-esteem and leadership qualities. The girls also learn responsibility through their cookie program where they learn to be responsible sellers, collect money and be responsible in handing it back their leaders.

The Girl Scouts has an important partnership that was established in Congress with women members of Congress. The members of this honorary Girl Scout troop have pledged to help the Scouts with issues that are important to the Girls Scouts and girls in general on a national level.


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