New Cool Girl Hangout? City Council Meetings
She wants to change the world? Here's exactly where she should start.
The future belongs to every G.I.R.L. (Go-getter, Innovator, Risk-taker, Leader)™ who believes in her power to change the world.
When you advocate for issues important to girls—and to you—you’re advancing the G.I.R.L. Agenda.
We all have a role and a responsibility to take civic action to make the world a better place.
Here’s what you can do right now to support the G.I.R.L. Agenda.
Are you ready to encourage your girl to be civically engaged? Download these helpful tools to get started:
Exploring Civic Engagement with
Your Girl (Grades K–1) (PDF)
Exploring Civic Engagement with Your Girl (Grades 2–3) (PDF)
Getting Inside Government with Your Girl (Grades 4–5) (PDF)
Finding Common Ground with Your Girl (Grades 6–8) (PDF)
Get Behind the Ballot with Your Girl (Grades 9–10) (PDF)
Dig into Public Policy with Your Girl (Grades 11–12) (PDF)
Take a look around you—at school, at work, and in your local area. Are there any causes or issues that interest both you and the girl in your life? Get involved!
Be the change you want to inspire. Have you considered volunteering with girls in your community? You can be the caring mentor she’ll remember forever.
How awesome would it be to name a bridge in Savannah, Georgia, in
honor of Girl Scout founder Juliette Gordon Low? Let’s make it
TAKE ACTION (ages 13+ only)