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Maryellie Ramler - Girl Scouts River Valleys alumna and a sophomore bio-engineering major at UCLA, has been designing a life-changing solution for individuals with diabetes – and the device could have huge benefits for thousands of people.
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15 years ago, fifth grade Girl Scouts sealed away some keepsakes in a time capsule. See what they found when the troop reunited to re-open the capsule.
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In 1999, Troop 82 sealed away keepsakes in a time capsule, and it was recently opened. What do you think they found?
In the city of Minnetonka 15 years ago, fifth grade girls from Troop 82 agreed to seal away keepsakes from their lives in a time capsule held onto by one of their troop leaders, Chris Sullivan. The…
Memories from 1999, Rediscovered
Secretary Jewell, a Girl Scout Alumna, announces a major step forward for offshore wind power in Massachusetts.
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Secretary Jewell announces a major step forward for offshore wind power in Massachusetts. Wish the Alabama representatives had the wisdom of this lady.
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Celebrity Girl Scouts
Shirley Temple Black, child actress and diplomat, was also a Girl Scout. 1928-2014
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Actress Shirley Temple Black arrives at the 12th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards held at the Shrine Auditorium on January 29, 2006 in Los Angeles, California.
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Shirley Temple, former US ambassador to Ghana dies
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"I want every little girl who's told she's bossy to be told instead that she has leadership skills." Lean In author Sheryl Sandberg was a Brownie!
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Get inspired to “sit at the table,” seek challenges, take risks, and pursue (their) goals with gusto; Women in business according to Sheryl Sandberg - https://twitter.com/sherylsandberg #SherylSandberg You can also find Michelle Seward at: http://www.michelle-seward.com/ - http://michelleseward.org/
"I want every little girl who's told she's bossy to be told instead that she has leadership skills." Sheryl Sandberg, Lean In
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Sheryl Sandberg released her book "Lean In" in Fall 2013 which is about how women can achieve their personal and professional goals. #inspirational #women #strong
Sheryl Sandberg, COO of Facebook, amazing executive leader and from what I've read, balancing family/mother. Truly inspirational. She once advised women to sit at the table to progress in their careers. Great words to follow with the first question being how to get past the door, into the room and find a chair.
In honor of International Women's Day, I want to share one of my favorite Sheryl Sandberg (Facebook COO) quotes: "So go home tonight and ask yourselves, 'What would I do if I weren’t afraid?' And then go do it."
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Nominate the dedicated Girl Scout Alumnae in your life for our new Forever Green Award! This award recognizes outstanding commitment, exceptional service, and extraordinary dedication to the Girl Scout movement over time.
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Forever Green Awards are given to alumnae who have demonstrated outstanding commitment, exceptional service, and an extraordinary dedication to the Girl Scout Movement over time. They are alumnae w…
Nominations Open for Forever Green Awards
"We do not need magic to change the world; we carry all the power we need inside ourselves already." - J.K Rowling, a Girl Guiding alumnae
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❝We do not need magic to change the world; we carry all the power we need inside ourselves today.❞ ᅳ J. K. Rowling #SundayInspiration #GirlScouts
Awesome & empowering quote by J. K. Rowling!
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The Voice contestant Ashley DuBose is also a full-time programming analyst and a Girl Scouts alumna.
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The Voice contestant Ashley DuBose is also a Girl Scouts alumna.
Kathryn Sullivan, who was the first American woman to spacewalk, was a Girl Scout
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Kathryn Sullivan was the first American woman to walk in space. She served as the CEO of fellow science center @COSI Science from 1996 - 2006. She currently works at Ohio State University as the Director of the Battelle Center for Math & Science Education Policy.
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Indianapolis 500 driver Katherine Legge attributes much of her success to the confidence and character she developed while growing up in the United Kingdom as a Girl Guide, part of a sister organization to Girl Scouts.
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Indianapolis 500 driver Katherine Legge attributes much of her success to the confidence and character she developed while growing up in the United Kingdom as a Girl Guide, part of a sister organization to Girl Scouts
Indianapolis 500 driver Katherine Legge will honor millions of Girl Scouts by wearing the Girl Scout logo on her helmet this Sunday when she competes for the second time in the greatest spectacle in motorsports. The first woman to win a major open-wheel race in North America, Legge attributes much of her success to the confidence and character she developed while growing up in the United Kingdom as a Girl Guide, part of a sister organization to Girl Scouts. She became one of just nine women ever to race in the Indianapolis 500 when she competed in her first Indy 500 last year, also wearing the Girl Scout logo, and she is one of only four women racing in the 33-car field this year. The logo will be worn to call attention to the cause of girls’ leadership and the need to encourage more girls in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). “I had to fight to get into this year’s Indianapolis 500, and carrying Girl Scouts’ logo on my helmet reminds me of what got me here,” says Legge. “When I was a young girl, Girl Guides inspired me to believe in myself and my ability to achieve my dreams. I’m proud to bring the Girl Scout logo to the most important race in the world as a reminder that women can succeed in any field if they believe in themselves and work hard.” Girl Scouts of the USA has been helping girls break career barriers for more than 100 years. In 1913, Girl Scouts encouraged girls to consider becoming professional aviators. Today, the organization is focused entirely on giving girls the skills they need to become leaders in their own lives. One of the ways Girl Scouts is helping encourage leadership skills today is by supporting girls who wish to pursue careers in science, math, engineering and technology (STEM). Girl Scout Research Institute’s 2012 study, Generation STEM: What Girls Say about Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math, found that girls are aware that gender barriers persist in today's society. The study found that 57 percent of girls agreed that if they were to pursue a STEM career, they would "have to work harder than a man to be taken seriously." The study also found that 89 percent of all girls agree that "obstacles make me stronger." Legge works with Girl Scouting as a STEM ambassador to help girls overcome obstacles to their interest in these fields. As a successful competitor in the male-dominated sport of racing, Legge exemplifies qualities girls need to succeed in STEM, including a strong understanding of math and the sciences, being team-oriented, and working diligently toward a defined goal.
Katherine Legge to Carry Girl Scout Logo on Helmet at Indianapolis 500 to Support Girl Scouts
A Girl Scout Inspired Bridal Shower
This Alumna's friends all shared great memories from Girl Scout camp, so she threw a scouting themed bridal shower. Super cute!
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This Alumna had great memories from Girl Scout camp. She even threw a scouting themed bridal shower!
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A Girl Scout Inspired Bridal Shower
Dr. Sally Ride, a Girl Scout alumna, is being posthumously awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the Nation's highest civilian honor, for her contributions to the U.S. space program and education system.
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Dr. Ride’s partner, mother, and sister were notified last week of President Obama's decision to award her with the Nation’s highest civilian honor, the Presidential Medal of Freedom, for her contributions to the U.S. space program and education system. #SallyRide
On June 18, 1983, Sally Ride became the first American woman to fly in space when the space shuttle Challenger launched on mission STS-7.
On June 18, 1983, Sally Ride became the first American woman to fly in space when the space shuttle Challenger launched on mission STS-7 from Pad 39A at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida. One of Sally Ride's jobs was to call out "Roll program" seven seconds after launch. "I'll guarantee that those were the hardest words I ever had to get out of my mouth," she said later. Image Credit: NASA
On June 18, 1983, Sally Ride became the first American woman to fly in space when the space shuttle Challenger launched on mission STS-7. As one of the three mission specialists on the STS-7 mission, she played a vital role in helping the crew deploy communications satellites, conduct experiments and make use of the first Shuttle Pallet Satellite.
On June 18, 1983, Sally Ride became the first American woman to fly in space when the space shuttle Challenger launched on mission STS-7. As one of the three mission specialists on the STS-7 mission, she played a vital role in helping the crew deploy communications satellites, conduct experiments and make use of the first Shuttle Pallet Satellite. In this image, Dr. Ride sits in the aft flight deck mission specialist's seat during deorbit preparations.
Today's NASA Image of the Day celebrates the first American woman in space, Sally Ride.
The Secret Life Of Sally Ride, The First American Woman In Space
On September 17, 2012, 22 female astronauts, a number of them radio amateurs, along with Johnson Space Center's first female director, Carolyn Huntoon, met to honor Sally Ride and her legacy. Sally Kristen Ride was one of 8,000 people to answer an advertisement in a newspaper seeking applicants for the space program. As a result,…
30 Years ago on June 18, 1983, Sally Ride flew into space aboard the Challenger mission STS-7. She was the first American woman to travel to space. She paved the way for 44 more American women who have so far become astronauts, in addition to countless more in the future. This year in 2013, four out…
Hope Solo, keeper for the US Women's National Soccer Team, was a Girl Scout.
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Did you know?...Hope Solo, a keeper for the US Women's National Soccer Team, is a Girl Scout Alumna! #GirlScoutsRock
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Hope Solo - Goalie for the Womens USA Soccer Team. She is amazing! @Olivia Cox now you know!
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2013 Woman of Distinction, Cindy Kent, is Vice President and General Manager, Gastro/Urology Therapies at Medtronic. Having benefited from mentoring herself, Kent became a Girl Scout in her early twenties in order to guide girls who were interested in technical career fields.
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2013 Woman of Distinction Kari Niedfeldt-Thomas is the Manager for Social Responsibility at the Mosaic Company and Manager of the Mosaic Company Foundation. She joined Girl Scouts as a Brownie and earned her Girl Scout Gold Award with a project focused on global hunger.
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Famous former Girl Scouts
Former first lady, Nancy Reagan, was a Girl Scout
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Pure class!!! Picture possibly taken at the Reagan Library here in Simi Valley, CA.....
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Famous former Girl Scouts
2013 Woman of Distinction, the Honorable Jacqueline Regis, feels responsible to support and enhance families in her position as a judge in Family Court. Growing up in a small Haitian town, she was proud to wear her uniform and participate in important activities that taught her about integrity and compassion, which she now shares with her two Girl Scout daughters.
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2013 Woman of Distinction Susan Grafton is the Senior Vice President, Controller and Chief Accounting Officer at Best Buy. Grafton’s experience in Girl Scouts was particularly meaningful, as her mother was a Girl Scout troop leader who balanced volunteer commitments with a career. Girl Scouting taught her many life skills and instilled the belief she has carried on throughout her career—have the confidence in yourself to achieve your dreams and you’ll be amazed at what you can accomplish.
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Susan Grafton: 2013 Women of Distinction
Christa McAuliffe, Teacher in Space
Christa Mcauliffe, a Girl Scout Alumna and the first teacher in space, was tragically aboard the Challenger space shuttle when it exploded in 1986.
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Christa McAuliffe: In 1985, McAuliffe was selected from more than 11,000 applicants to participate in the NASA Teacher in Space Project and was scheduled to become the first teacher in space. As a member of mission STS-51-L, she was planning to conduct experiments and teach two lessons from Space Shuttle Challenger. On January 28, 1986, the spacecraft disintegrated 73 seconds after launch.
Christa Mcauliffe, a Girl Scout Alumna and the first teacher in space, was tragically aboard the Challenger space shuttle when it exploded in 1986. "Christa's House" at Camp Wabasso, NH, is her memorial!
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Sharon Christa McAuliffe,1948-1986 the first teacher to fly in space. I remember my whole 6th grade classes watching the launch.... :o(
Christa McAuliffe (1948-1986) was the first teacher astronaut who lost her life in an exploded space launch
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Christa McAuliffe - Teacher in Space
2013 Woman of Distinction, Lee Roper-Bakter, is the President and CEO of the Women's Foundation of Minnesota. She first experienced the support of a strong sisterhood in her Girl Scout troop, and the sense of empowerment they felt led them to take action on a local environmental concern. Now, Roper-Batker believes any girl has the capacity to make change in the world, and Girl Scouts helps girls do this by creating a sense of agency and activism.
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Lee Roper-Batker: 2013 Women of Distinction
Lynda Carter from tv's Wonder Woman was a Girl Scout
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Lynda Carter from tv's Wonder Woman was a Girl Scout. Ya know, because all Wonder Women are Girl Scouts XD
Look Who Used to be a Girl Scout: Celebrity Girl Scouts We Love
We celebrate the Girl Scouts turning 101 with a look at our favorite celebrity members.
2013 Woman of Distinction Sabra Otteson is the President and Chief Executive Officer of J-C Press, a commercial printing company founded in 1859 in Owatonna, MN. Otteson grew up as a Girl Scout, was active for 10 years of her childhood and even led a troop of junior high girls before she had children.
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2013 Woman of Distinction Sharonne Hayes, M.D. founded the Women's Heart Clinic at the Mayo Clinic and is the Director of Diversity and Inclusion at Mayo. Dr. Hayes has been a Girl Scout for as long as she can remember and credits her mother for her positive experience in scouting. She believes in the power of the Girl Scout sisterhood and knows all girls have the potential to be leaders who can make the world a better place through service.