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.
The GSCM World Thinking Day Committee has been meeting all summer to get started on the 2015 World Thinking Day event. We […]
Are you ready for Manic Monday on WJZ?! Join us in promoting the cookie sale and singing the Bangles hit Manic Monday […]
They change the world! Right now in Salt Lake City, Utah, Girl Scouts is hosting its 53rd national convention. This exciting event has […]
Laura is one AWESOME Girl Scouts of Central Maryland Volunteer. Her Girl Scout journey began as a girl in Delaware and then […]
MARK YOUR CALENDARS! The Fall deadline to submit nominations for Adult Recognitions is November 1. This includes nominations for: GSCM’s EverGreen Award […]
This is a guest blog from Girl Scout Heather of Troop 3989 and Caitlin’s Outdoor Adventurers: Last Sunday me and nine other […]
In the Spring of 2013 Girl Scout Likhitha was chosen as one of five girls who would shadow a Distinguished Women’s Award […]
Bridging Cultures: Two Girl Scout Gold Award Projects Bring English Education to Burmese Refugee Children
This is a guest post by Girl Scouts Helen and Marie. We can’t believe four years ago we were 13-year-olds when we […]
Chocolate chips nestled in a gluten free peanut butter oatmeal cookie–YUM! Millions of Americans have problems eating food with gluten – so […]
This is a guest blog from Linda of SU 51’s Savannah Travel Group. In July, the Savannah Trip Group of Service Unit […]
Submitted by: Pat Disharoon, GSCM Volunteer What’s the Travel Pathway All About? The Travel Pathway is comprised of more than a dozen […]
Submitted by: Pat Disharoon, GSCM Volunteer Did you know that we have a Girl Scout Chorus right here in Central Maryland? Yes, […]
Troop 21215 recently completed their tour of the World Centers through our GSCM patch programs. For their WAGGS patch the troop did […]
“Failure is part of discovering the problem you need to be working on. If, as an entrepreneur, you are afraid to fail or to admit the failure of your efforts, then you completely lose any chance at being able to adapt and succeed at finding the problem that needs solving.” —Caterina Fake Entrepreneur and Social Media Innovator who co-founded Flickr, Hunch.com and Findery.
UPDATED 8/26 – Forms page now available! The Girl Scout Cookie Program is the largest girl-led business in the country. Girls set […]
“Space exploration was my passion from a very young age, and I knew I wanted to be a part of it. I would dream and design space colonies while sitting atop the roof of my family’s home in Argentina.” —Adriana Ocampo Space geologist who explores solar system objects like planets, comets and asteroids for NASA
In Episode 11 of STEM with Lisa, you met a gemologist and saw a troop of Girl Scout Juniors participate in the […]
“Life is not easy for any of us. But what of that? We must have perseverance and above all confidence in ourselves. We must believe that we are gifted for something and that this thing must be attained.” —Marie Curie Physicist and chemist
This is a guest blog by Girl Scout Maia of troop 1832 “In our visit last fall to OBI, we had no […]
“The goal of scientists is you hope that the thing you’re working on is bigger than the thing you’re pipetting into that tube at the moment.” —Bonnie Bassler Molecular Biologist who is nicknamed “the Bacteria Whisperer” for her work discovering how bacteria communicate