19 Jan 2018
We are thrilled to announce that after a very successful 2017 Cookies & Cocktails celebration, we will once again be hosting another celebration on March 8th, 2018! Click for more information and to purchase your tickets!
31 Jan 2018
Did you know that we are part of an international sisterhood made up of 150 countries? WAGGGS (World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts) is our global sister organization that will be celebrating World Thinking Day 2018 with us! Check out all the details!
19 Jan 2018
It’s time to start thinking about recognizing the amazing volunteers in your communities! The GSSNE Recognition Committee will be meeting and reviewing the submissions for volunteer recognitions starting in February.
21 Dec 2017
Check out the latest, greatest 2018 highlights for Camp Green Forest!
18 Dec 2017
The 2018 Camp Guide has arrived and camp registration is OPEN!
16 Nov 2017
Come join Coach Daynia La-Force (a former Girl Scout!) the University of Rhode Island Women’s Basketball team for the 2017-2018 season! GSSNE has partnered with URI women’s basketball as one of their signature organizations for the upcoming season. Click for more information and tickets!
Start: Sat Feb 24 2018, 2:00 PM
End: Sat Feb 24 2018, 4:00 PM
Start: Thu Mar 01 2018, 12:00 AM
End: Sun Apr 01 2018, 12:00 AM
Location: Virtual Event (Internet & Email)
Start: Fri Mar 02 2018, 6:00 PM
End: Fri Mar 02 2018, 9:00 PM
Location: Providence Children’s Museum
Start: Sat Mar 03 2018, 9:00 AM
End: Sat Mar 03 2018, 12:30 PM
Location: Camp Hoffman
In 2017, Girl Scouts of the USA conducted a research study titled "The Girl Scout Impact Study". The summary of findings, which draws on data from a nationally representative sample of Girl Scouts and non-Girl Scouts aged 5-18, showed that Girl Scouts were more likely than non-Girl Scouts to develop strong leadership outcomes, have adults in their lives who help them think about their future and pursue goals, and participate in activities that shape their character and open up new worlds to them. Compared to their non-Girl Scouts peers, Girl Scouts earn better grades, have higher academic aspirations, and desire a career in STEM, business, or law; industries in which women are underrepresented. You may view the Impact Study Fact Sheet HERE!
Click "continue" below to access the full study and more information on the value of Girl Scouting from GSUSA.Continue >