For Women

Create a culture of support. 
Start a mentorship program. Encourage female veteran employees to go have coffee or lunch with a junior staff member.  Invite new hires to shadow senior employees on projects and in committees. Having a mentor is especially important to young women as they navigate the challenges of becoming a successful woman in both their professional and personal lives.


In Your Home. 

Here, a girl develops her sense of self. Parents that are informed can create an environment that encourages and supports her in achieving her full potential.  


In Your Office.

From the playground to the boardroom, competition holds girls and women back in reaching their fullest potential.  Foster a culture of appreciation for talent, strengths, and uniqueness.

For Girls

Join Girl Scouts.

The next opportunity to stand up, speak up, and take the lead is never far away. With us, you'll discover the G.I.R.L (Go-getter, Innovator, Risk-Taker, Leader)™ in you!​

With us, the possibilities are truly endless. Discover all you can be and everything you can accomplish when you have the right tools and a safe space to shine—and work together to change the world.




In Your School.

Stand up for girls in your classroom and in extracurricular activities.  Recognize negative terms and words that you use in every day conversation that puts down women or girls. 

On Social Media.
#LikeYourselfFirst campaign that encourages purposeful posting where girls feel empowered to like themselves first instead of caving to the social pressure of creating a perfect and unattainable image.


For Organizations

For Teens