News from GSHNJ’s Annual Meeting By Alyssa J. and Karen S. On Saturday March 9, the Girl Scouts Heart of New Jersey held their 11th Annual Meeting at the Old Mill Inn in Basking Ridge, NJ. Attendees included women and men members of the board, delegates from the service units, and scouts. We would like […]

Open to girls in high school only, the Girl Scout Gold Award is the most prestigious award in the world for girls (and the most difficult to earn), and it’s available exclusively to Girl Scouts. When you earn the Gold Award, you can tackle the issues most important to you. Gold Award Girl Scouts are inspiring leaders who are working on a […]

On Friday, February 15, Alaris Health at Castle Hill located in Union City ended their Week of Love with a visit by GSHNJ Girl Scout Troop 10392.  Savannah, Rosemarie, Tracy, Icelsa, and Emily made 200 Valentine cards (both in English and Spanish!) and baked over 200 cookies to distribute to their residents.

The girls on our Media G.I.R.L. team got the opportunity to cover some council-run and service unit-run World Thinking Day events a few weeks ago! Read below to learn more about why Girl Scouts celebrate World Thinking Day, all the fun things they learned, and how to get involved in the future.

Open to girls in high school only, the Girl Scout Gold Award is the most prestigious award in the world for girls (and the most difficult to earn), and it’s available exclusively to Girl Scouts. When you earn the Gold Award, you can tackle the issues most important to you. Gold Award Girl Scouts are inspiring leaders who are working on a […]

Open to girls in high school only, the Girl Scout Gold Award is the most prestigious award in the world for girls (and the most difficult to earn), and it’s available exclusively to Girl Scouts. When you earn the Gold Award, you can tackle the issues most important to you. Gold Award Girl Scouts are inspiring leaders who are […]

Mika S. started as a Girl Scout Daisy in 2010, and sister Girl Scout Megan F. began her Girl Scout story as a Brownie in 2011. They earned their Bronze Award in 2015 and most recently earned their Silver Award in 2018. The girls led a community project in association with Friends of Clark’s Pond […]