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Girl Scouts of Central Maryland

Girl Scouts of Central Maryland is an inclusive organization dedicated to the growth and empowerment of all girls so they become confident, courageous, strong and successful women. With a personal commitment to purposeful interaction between girls, volunteers, staff and board members, we are able to provide a girl-centered program grounded by the Girl Scout mission and Promise and Law. We will empower girls to face and meet new challenges, develop their self-esteem, create opportunties for self-actualization, and value and learn from diverse experiences and relationships. Girls will be encouraged to explore the world and appreciate other cultures. Working together with volunteers and corporate partners GSCM will continue to enhance our visibility in the community, realizing that public financial support is crucial to fulfilling our mission.

Girl Scouts of Central Maryland serves 30,000 girls in 2,053 troops and groups in Baltimore City, Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Carroll, Harford and Howard counties with the help of nearly10,000 dedicated and committed adult volunteers.

VINE: July 2016

The New GSCM.ORG is Coming Soon! Change is on the horizon! As we continue to move towards totally integrating GSCM into the []

A Renaissance in Girl Scouting –Great Tips for Sharing the Joy of Scouting in Your Service Unit

Service Unit 655 in Elkridge, MD is experiencing a Girl Scout renaissance. Service Unit Managers Katina Denikos and Maria Moy have been building up the Girl Scout community in Elkridge and advocating for lots of community-wide events for troops. In addition, they are inspiring troops to interact with each other by offering a custom-made patch called The Sisterhood Patch with requirements that include participating in ceremonies, outings, and service projects as well as having older girls working with young girls in various ways. Katina has always []

The Girl Scouts’ Chief Girl Expert On Raising Daughters Who Lead

If you have a daughter, you’re keenly aware of how far society has come with regards to equality between the genders; you’re equally keenly aware of far there is to go. In terms of both progress made and progress yet to come, you can go ahead and thank the Girl Scouts — a 103-year-old organization that teaches leadership to girls through everything from community service to selling cookies. And if you’re going to thank the Girl Scouts generally, you should give Andrea []

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