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Become A Girl Scout

Cookies, campfires, and bracelets are all part of the journey, but changing the world? That's the real destination! One adventure at a time, Girl Scouts learn, grow and do amazing things. Unleash your inner leader.

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Introduce girls to awesome new experiences that change their perspectives and broaden their worlds. Be a mentor, a guiding star, a friend. Show them all that they're capable of, and unleash your inner leader in the process.

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Taking Action for Wildfire Relief

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Our hearts are with our Girl Scout sisters and all in our community impacted by the many fires burning throughout Oregon, SW Washington and beyond. We are grateful to the first responders working to protect our communities and forests. Learn about the ways Girl Scouts like you can take action to help wildfire relief efforts.

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Girl Scouts at Home

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Bring the exploration, fun and learning of Girl Scouts to your family even when circumstances are keeping Girl Scouts from meeting up in person. Afterall, Girl Scouts isn’t somewhere girls go or something they do—it’s who they are day in, day out. Use these self-guided, free activities to keep your girl, your troop, and your community connected.

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UPCOMING EVENTS

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The Latest from GSOSW

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Introducing the Civic Leadership Challenge

23 Oct 2020

GSOSW is excited to present the Civic Leadership Challenge Patch Program! This patch program is all about identifying ways in which you already embody leadership in your communities and figuring out how to propel that into further action to create positive change in your world! Learn about different types of civic engagement, from traditional forms of participation like voting, to learning how to be a supportive neighbor and community member.

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STEMapalooza

19 Oct 2020

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Girls Are Having a Mental Health Crisis. You can Help.

16 Sep 2020

Two years ago, girls in a national survey reported the highest rates of loneliness on record. Then in 2019—months before COVID-19 was even a blip on most people’s radar—more than one in three girls in the U.S. said they felt extremely anxious on a daily basis. Add a global pandemic, widespread lockdowns, separation from their friends, social unrest, and a long-term pause on many social activities and routines, and girls are truly in crisis.