Girls grow up to become women. We all know it’s true, but sometimes it’s hard to talk about the middle phase: puberty.
Whether you’re a parent, guardian or volunteer who works with girls, it can be a struggle to find the right words to help the girls in your life navigate the acne-clogged road to adulthood with the confidence and security they need to keep moving forward.
That’s where Girl Scout alumna Julie Metzger comes in.
As a professional speaker, nurse, author and co-founder of the youth-focused, Great Conversations, she’s been helping adults and kids navigate the important conversations about growing up for the last 25 years.
Girl Scout alumnae and KEXP radio superstar Cheryl Waters shares her story—plus advice for any girl who wants to be a DJ!
What would it feel like to have a famous voice?
Would you be nervous knowing people as far away as Copenhagen and as close as Kirkland listen to your jokes, watch the live music sessions you organize and take your recommendations about which bands to check out?
Most people might be nervous, but if you’re Cheryl Waters, midday host and producer at KEXP, it’s just a day’s work.
But it’s a totally awesome day!
Molly Lebowitz shares her LEGO-tastic journey through the world of engineering—plus, her coolest piece of advice for girls!
Is there really a career where you get to play with LEGOs for a living?
Yes, there is! Molly Lebowitz (an engineering instructor and manager at Play-Well TEKnologies in Kirkland, WA), traded her career as an environmental engineer for an office made of toys.
Though countless girls and women regularly express just how profoundly they were impacted by the Girl Scout program, the friends they made, the leaders they had, the camps they attended and the sense of belonging they experienced, Gillian Muessig’s Girl Scout story hits you square in the jaw. Perhaps it is just her passion for paying it forward that carries so much weight. Read more