With Girl Scouts of the USA’s 100-year anniversary in 2012, and Girl Scouts of Hawai`i’s 100th anniversary in 2017, this is the time to get back to your Girl Scout roots. You set the best example for our current and future Girl Scouts, and without you, we wouldn’t be who we are today. Girl Scouts may have shaped you, but you’ve also shaped Girl Scouts.
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If you would like to register as a Girl Scout alumna, join the Girl Scout Alumnae network at alumnae.girlscouts.org and choose GSH as your council. Stay in the loop with GSH news by following us on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Pinterest, and reading our blogs: the GSH Blog and Cookie Bites.
Share Your Story
Today, more than 50 million women in the U.S. are Girl Scout alumnae. Two thirds of our nation’s most accomplished women in public service, business, science, education, the arts and community life were Girl Scouts. And virtually every female astronaut who has flown in space got her start here. Mae Jemison, the first African American woman in space, was a Girl Scout. So was Sandra Day O’Connor, the first female to sit on the Supreme Court of the United States. Dr. Drew Gilpin Faust, the first female president of Harvard University, and Katie Couric, the first woman to anchor a network evening newscast, both began their careers in Girl Scouting.
You have your own success story. Tell us how Girl Scouting made you great. Please email your story to email@example.com.