Create. Innovate. Make the world a better place.
Making the world a better place starts with innovation. Arrow is challenging Girl Scout Cadettes, Seniors, and Ambassadors to design a prototype that addresses a problem in our community and beyond by using Girl Scout Cookie packages and other recycled materials for the Cookie Box Innovation Challenge.
- Connect with experts in innovation at Arrow Electronics
- Let your imaginations run wild with possibilities
- Put your cookie boxes to good use
- Earn your Cookie Box Innovation Challenge patch!
- Compete to win exciting prizes
- Younger girls can save their boxes too! You can partner with an older girl troop in your area to collect recycled materials for their innovations.
Watch for a virtual kickoff in May, final designs will be submitted and judged at an Arrow Innovation Fair in October.
Fill out the online interest form and we will send you more details when they are announced.
Questions? Email email@example.com.
We want to hear how your girl is using her Girl Scout skills by taking initiative, caring for the community, and Girl Scouting at home. She was at the can send in her story here.
Girl Scouts of Colorado is proud to partner with Crocs to teach girls to Come As You Are™! Based in Niwot, Colorado, Crocs’ proclamation to the world is to be comfortable in your own shoes. Everyone is unique in their own way and at Crocs, we celebrate one-of-a-kinds and stand together with all kinds. This patch program teaches Girl Scouts to embrace who they are and accept others for who they are. Download the full activity booklet online.
- Get to know Crocs and their values.
- Get confidently comfortable with your idea of friendship.
- Get creative! Use your imaginative innovation to express your uniqueness.
- Spread the word!
When I have completed this patch program, I will:
- Be confidently comfortable in what makes me one-of-a-kind.
- Understand what it means to be delightfully democratic and stand together with all different people.
- Share what I have learned with other girls, family members, and my community.
Please contact the Girl Scouts of Colorado shop at firstname.lastname@example.org to order your Come As You Are™ patch. Girl Scouts from across the country are also welcome to earn this special patch.
Questions? Email email@example.com.
We want to hear how your girl is using her Girl Scout skills by taking initiative, caring for the community, and Girl Scouting at home. She can send in her story here.
Just because school is out, doesn’t mean that Girl Scouts must go on break! Summer is a great time to spend more time with your Girl Scout sisters. For summer 2019, Girl Scouts of Colorado has a NEW patch program to encourage you to participate in Girl Scouts over the summer. Troops can earn the patch between June 1 – August 31. Here are the requirements:
- Girls must be renewed for the upcoming membership year (2019-2020)
- Participate in two summertime activities as a troop
- Complete one service project
- Plan to start regular meetings before October 31
Sounds pretty fun right?! We think so! Once you complete the requirements, you can purchase your patch in-person or over the phone from the GSCO Shop in Denver. We would also love to hear about the service project that your troop completes. Use the Share Your Stories form on here to let us know how your girls have left a positive impact on their community.
Questions? Contact GirlExperience@gscolorado.org
Submitted by Erin B.
To celebrate Women’s History Month, my mom took me to CSU in Ft. Collins and I met my cousin Raechel. We all walked to the library on campus and checked out the exhibit on display about Colorado women who have been inducted into the Hall of Fame. It was really interesting. My favorite was learning about Susan Helms. How amazing to be a part of so many firsts for women! She attended the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, where I’m from.
The Colorado Women’s Hall of Fame is excited to partner with Girl Scouts of Colorado to provide girls across the state an opportunity to learn the stories of women who have shaped our state and the nation’s history with courage, leadership, intelligence, and creativity. Girl Scouts are future female leaders of Colorado and the Hall of Fame recognizes and preserves the accomplishments of past and present Colorado women. – M.L. Hanson, Founder of the Colorado Women’s Hall of Fame
The GSCO Program Team is excited about the upcoming National Girl Scout Cookie Day on Feb. 8th, and we’ve created a National Girl Scout Cookie Day Patch Program that all girls are encouraged to participate in to get involved in this exciting day! The focus of this patch program is on the five skills girls learn from selling Girl Scout Cookies (goal-setting, decision-making, money management, people skills and business ethics). It also encourages selling activities on Friday, Feb. 8th, since there will be a lot of talk around the nation about Girl Scout Cookie time. If a girl participates, she can purchase the patch featured above in one of our council shops.
Best wishes for an exciting 2013 Girl Scout Cookie Program!