Through our community outreach programs, staff and volunteers provide the opportunity for all girls to become Girl Scouts and reach their full potential. Some barriers girls face to participating in Girl Scouts are the lack of:
- Financial Resources
- Parental Support
Participating in a traditional Girl Scout troop can be challenging for girls when there are not enough volunteers at their school or neighborhood. Providing programs at schools and community centers gives all girls access to a safe and quality experience.
In community outreach, Girl Scouts participate in STEM, outdoors, life skills, and entrepreneurship activities. Through team-building games and various hands-on activities with friends, Girl Scouts in our outreach programs build a foundation for success.
Staff or volunteers lead the six-week program series to introduce girls to new topics and skills. By the end of the program, girls are beginning to achieve the following five outcomes.