Raising competent and confident girls today is more difficult than ever. Girl Scouts of Nassau County launched its Critical Issues Initiative in 2005 to educate girls, parents, educators, coaches, and community members about the pressures girls face, and to become a resource for them.
What kinds of topics are explored in the Critical Issues Initiative?
Current programs focus on issues that girls say are relevant to them, including bullying, healthy relationships, conflict resolution, body image, responsible digital citizenship and time management. Programs are interactive and utilize a variety of different senses and learning styles.
What programs do you provide for older girls?
How can I get more information about bringing a program to my school, Troop, team, or community group?
Contact Eliza Zipper, Advocacy and Critical Issues Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org or 516.741.2550 x254.