Girl Scouting helps girls be honest and responsible when selling cookies to people. It helps maintain a positive and healthy attitude. A senior at a high school is a girl scout or a former girl scout helping a shelter for families in need and therefore, she was crowned with the Gold Award for Excellence in Leadership and Life. Which makes the Girl Scout a better person.
Girl Scouts help girls that are younger, set goals and helps them make new friends and work together. It develops skills for team building.
Girl Scouting helps girls be honest and responsible when selling cookies to people. It helps maintain a positive and healthy attitude.
Benefits for Education
Girls are more likely to have academic success when they do Girl Scouts because they relate to real world situations and get closer to their teachers and peers. They participate more as well.
Girls becoming better leaders than followers when joining Girl Scouts and helps make them better students. The girls volunteer more too.
Girl Scout volunteers can make differences on many different levels, which can also make them become better volunteers and improve.
Benefits from People Skills
Your child grows to be a better person when doing Girl Scout cookie sales. They set understandable expectations.
The Scouts learn how to mature and act like young adults. They listen and work well with other people when selling cookies.
The girls do cookie booths and achieve goals there too. They meet new people and learn to start conversations better than before.