Service Unit Meeting March 2012. When girls succeed, so does society. Together, we can get her there. Get involved: To Get Her Ther e.org. Sign up to receive more 100 th Anniversary info from GSUSA: http://www.girlscouts.org/yearofthegirl/ Wear your pin day – March 12, 2012
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There is a new patch program for every level of Girl Scouts called “Include ALL Girls”. This patch program is specifically designed for thinking about including all girls who have special needs ranging from ADHD to Blindness. Check it out at: http://www.girlscoutsofcolorado.org/inclusion
Coming April 1, new Spanish language program materials will be available for purchase. These books are for Brownie and Junior girls and their parents. They include information about Journeys, the cookie program, awards, and the full requirements for 5 badges. If you know of families who would benefit from these resources, please email email@example.com and we’ll let you know when they are available.
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Partnership with VFW: Girl Scouts of Colorado is working on a partnership with the Veteran of Foreign Wars. If you are already collaborating with a local VFW, please let your Membership Manager know. Watch for more information about this potential partner!
A new study has been released from the Girl Scout Research Institute; Generation STEM: What Girls Say about Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. This study shows that 74 percent of teen girls are interested in STEM subjects and the general field of study. Further, a high 82 percent of girls see themselves as "smart enough to have a career in STEM." And yet, few girls consider it their number-one career option: 81 percent of girls interested in STEM are interested in pursuing STEM careers, but only 13 percent say it's their first choice.
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