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For 90 years, the Girl Scouts has helped girls learn values, gain self-esteem, and has provided ways for them to discover the role they can play in their communities and the world. And for 3.7 million girl members, it's working. According to a recent study, two-thirds of all women in "Who's Who in America" are Girl Scout alumnae and 72 percent of these women directly credit Girl Scouting to their success.
Through the Girl Scout program, girls ages five through 17 (kindergarten through 12th grade) are developing self-worth, learning new skills, exploring a wide range of opportunities, making lasting friendships and having fun!