Tell Your Story, Register Today!
The Girl Scout Voices Patch Contest begins now! Help design a patch that will be awarded to girls who complete the Girl Scout Voices registration (parental permission required for girls under 13) and then complete the 2015 Girl Scout Leadership Experience (GSLE) survey in the spring. Please see the Girl Scout Voices Patch Contest Form for official design criteria and contest rules. All entries must be submitted in color on the Girl Scout Voices Patch Contest Form by March 31, 2015.
Join in this exciting opportunity to share your experiences in Girl Scouting including the fun activities you do with your troop, what you like best or aren't so fond of in you Girl Scout experience and the great things you do to help your community.
If you would like to receive a link to take the 2015 Spring Girl Experience Survey online then you must pre register at girlscoutvoices.org and join the GSNEO survey panel (Girls under 13 will need parental permission).
Parents, volunteers, Alumnae and other adult members are also encouraged to register at girlscoutvoices.org.
Your participation helps to ensure that Girl Scouting is meeting the needs of today’s girls and is providing experiences that build tomorrow’s leaders
Adult Member Survey
Check back for more information regarding the Adult Member Survey soon!
If you have any questions or concerns regarding the survey please email email@example.com
Interesting information from the Girl Scout Research Institute!
The Girl Scout Research Institute (GSRI), in addition to working with councils on the Girl Scout Voices evaluations, conducts research on important issues facing girls in the world today. Topics of GSRI reports have included civic engagement, healthy living, self-esteem and more.
Click on the following links to go to the GSRI site and check out some of the interesting research they have done:
The State of Girls: Unfinished Business is the newest publication from the GSRI. This is a groundbreaking report that stakes out key issues and major trends affecting girls' leadership and healthy development in the U.S. today.
Linking Leadership to Academic Success: The Girl Scout Difference: The findings show how Girl Scouting supports academic engagement and achievement.
Girl Scouting Works: The Alumnae Impact Study investigates the effects of Girl Scouting on its alumnae population of women.
Real to Me: Girls and Reality TV - Is there a difference between girls who regularly watch reality TV and those who do not? Can reality TV be a learning tool for girls? The following study will hlep to answer those questions.
These are just a few of the interesting materials that can be found on the GSUSA site under the research tab.
Have Questions or Comments ?
Do you have questions or comments about the girlscoutvoices.org website, the surveys or anything else you see on this page? Email your questions or comments to Evaluation@gsneo.org