Girl Scouts of Colorado

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Girl leadershipTake ActionLeadershipSTEMGirl developmentFinancial literacyEntrepeneurshipHealthy living
Girl Scouts develops leaders through the three keys to leadership - discover, connect, and take action. Girl Scout troops are not the only way to be a Girl Scout. Virtual troops and other short-term program activities also available. Girl Scout activities include topic areas such as science, technology, the environment, healthy living, anti-bullying and financial literacy. Girl Scouts also do community service and travel, plus the well-known camp and cookie programs are still around! Open to girls in K-12 grades. Volunteers are the heart of the Girl Scout organization! Whether you can give an hour, a day or a week, you will be remembered for a lifetime as a Girl Scout volunteer. Girl Scout volunteer positions vary from office work to program activities with girls. Volunteers in Girl Scouts also gain marketable skills that can benefit them in ways beyond Girl Scouting, such as your job search. Men and women volunteers ages 18+ welcome. Contact us at, 1-877-404-5708 or for more information. Social media policy:

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Amy Graziano

Troop Leader; 1757 and 3686

Carol Griffin

Donor Relations Manager

Rae Ann Dougherty

Member and currently Chair of the Board Of Directors

Deanna Gibbons

Volunteer Service Unit Manager

Anna-Liisa Breit

IT Support Specialist