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Older Girl Resources

Cadettes-Ambassadors (grades 6-12): Want to get involved with Girl Scouts beyond your troop or service unit? Check out these opportunities to take the lead, meet fun people, and make a difference locally, nationally, and globally!

Girl Scout Advisory Board

In 2022, GSUSA is seeking ten members to join the Girl Scout Advisory Board to Girl Scouts of the USA (GSUSA). The Girl Scout Advisory Board to GSUSA works with the Girl Scout national office on key projects and initiatives aligned to the national strategy and provides critical customer insight and innovative ideas to serve girls in the 21st Century. Members of the Girl Scout Advisory Board will make recommendations, contribute to key initiatives, and influence decision-making processes at our national office. Girls gain experience creating change in a national nonprofit organization, receive hands-on training, professional development opportunities and skill development. Apply by Sunday, Feb. 13.

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Scholarships

Many colleges and organizations offer scholarships specifically for Girl Scouts, Silver Award Girl Scouts, and Gold Award Girl Scouts. See what options are available on the GSUSA scholarship page. Check the list of local community partners and other organizations who also offer scholarships perfect for Girl Scouts.

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Featured Scholarship

Nordson BUILDS Scholarship: The mission of Nordson BUILDS is to attract and develop a diverse, highly-skilled talent pool for careers in the manufacturing industry. It is designed to help bright and motivated students access and complete postsecondary education by lessening the financial barriers of enrolling in college for many, and decreasing the loan burden for individuals that apply for financial aid. Manufacturers need engineers, scientists, production technicians, lawyers, financial analysts, IT specialists, accountants, salespeople, marketing and human resource professionals—all types of bright and talented people to succeed. Scholarships ranging from $2,000 to $10,000 are available for students who are pursuing majors in manufacturing, engineering-related STEM disciplines, or business leading to a career in industry and corporate America.

Scholarship Resources
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