HAMILTON, NJ -- The Girl Scouts of Central and Southern New Jersey (GSCSNJ) will host an expo on Saturday morning to showcase the core pillars and programs available to families with girls ages five through 18 through scouting. The expo will demonstrate the lessons and activities experienced by troop members with presentations on STEM, outdoors, life skills, and entrepreneurship as well as the Girl Scout movement G.I.R.L.s: Go-getters, Innovators, Risk-takers, Leaders.
“The Girl Scout Expo will be a fun-filled day to explore Girl Scout activities, with a focus on STEM, the outdoors, life skills and entrepreneurship. Girls can participate in interactive badge activities, and meet Girl Scouts from around our Council,” says Ginny Marino, CEO of GSCSNJ.
Currently, there are more than 18,800 girls who are members fo the GSCSNJ troops for school-aged girls in kindergarten through fifth grade with more troops in formation.
This free recruitment event for girls interested in joining Girl Scouts will be held between 2:00 pm and 4:00 pm on Saturday, November 23 at the Hamilton Public Library located at 1 Justice Samuel Alito, Jr. Way in Hamilton.
Founded in 1912, the mission of the Girl Scouts is to provide an environment and programs to build girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place. Girl Scouts has evolved through time as evidenced by dozens of new badges launched this year in coding, space science, outdoor high adventure and cybersecurity.
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