About Girl scouts

Girl Scouts was founded in 1912 by Juliette Gordon "Daisy" Low, who wished to help girls find their passions. Now with 1.9 million girls and 800,000 adult members across the country, Girl Scouts has made her wish come true, expanding opportunities for girls to seek adventure and discover their talents. To learn more, visit the Girl Scouts official website.

The work of today is the history of tomorrow, and we are its makers.
— Juliette Gordon Low, founder of Girl Scouts

OUR ROLE IN Girl scoutING

Our FRC team is also a Girl Scout troop, and we use our resources as Girl Scouts as a platform to further our goal of extending STEM to girls in our local and national community. And yes, we do sell Girl Scout Cookies! For more information about our outreach within Girl Scouts, see our Outreach and Girl Scout Badges pages.

Brownies participate in a STEM badge day run by the Space Cookies

Brownies participate in a STEM badge day run by the Space Cookies

Space Cookies show younger girls how to drive the robot at Golden Gate Bridging

Space Cookies show younger girls how to drive the robot at Golden Gate Bridging

girl scout events

We participate in Girl Scouts of Northern California's major events throughout the year, including Golden Gate Bridging, Winterfest, Lead the Way, and World Thinking Day.

More about Girl Scout events →

girl scout badges

As part of our initiative to spread STEM to girls everywhere, we created five Girl Scout badges and hold frequent workshops for younger scouts to earn them.

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