Sarah Liu believes that there is nothing more important than mental health. She noticed that the side effects of the COVID-19 pandemic have gone far beyond the extreme physical ailments; this pandemic caused major societal anguish and a youth mental health crisis. With all the stress and uncertainty that comes with living in a world […]

On June 11, almost 100 people came to Camp Cedar Hill for the Pathways to Leadership Celebration.There are many different ways to support the Girl Scouts, and at this event we had an opportunity to formally recognize and thank members of the Juliette Gordon Low Planned Giving Society, members of our Friendship Circle, Lifetime Members, […]

GSEMA was thrilled to welcome over 240 Girl Scouts to Camp Cedar Hill for our 10th Annual STEM Conference & Expo on April 30! Thirty-five amazing local organizations and dozens of STEM professionals gathered to share their work, teach something new, and get girls excited about science, technology, engineering, and math. This was the first […]

“A circle’s round, it has no end. That’s how long I want to be your friend.” A familiar camp song to many may have gained a new meaning on June 24, 2022. Eileen “Mac” McCaffrey, (1942- 2019), was a Girl Scout in every sense of the phrase. She started as a camper & youth member, […]

Gold Award Girl Scouts don’t just change the world for the better—they change it for good. We are so proud of our GSUSA Gold Award Scholarship finalists, who are exemplary leaders and inspiring role models for us all. Sriya V., Marlborough To address inconsistent education and struggles with online learning through the pandemic, Sriya developed […]

It all started at a cookie booth sale. As they were selling Girl Scout Cookies, Lauren and her fellow Girl Scouts were approached by a Mansfield resident requesting their help in reducing the high number of plastic straws being used in town. “She shared a link to a viral video of a sea turtle that […]

Content contributed by Ambassador Girl Scout and GSEMA museum volunteer Aviva and GSEMA museum volunteer Betty MacKenzie A new website, created by recent graduate of Gann Academy, Aviva, went live July 19th.  CorneliaWarren.WordPress.com is all about Cornelia Warren, who many believe to be one of Waltham’s greatest citizens.  Aviva learned about Cornelia Warren in a high school […]

The Juliette Gordon Low Society was established to thank and honor friends of Girl Scouting who choose to make Girl Scouts a beneficiary of their estate plans. With foresight and planning, members ensure that our council can provide future generations of Girl Scouts with opportunities to reach their full potential. One such example is a […]

In October, Girl Scouts from eastern Massachusetts gained solid money smarts from People’s United Bank–skills that will last these girls a lifetime. Girl Scout Daisies and Juniors joined People’s United Bank for a virtual tour of a bank branch to learn about the day-to-day responsibilities of a banker, see the inside of a bank, learn […]

The young people in our city are a driving force toward an anti-racist future. By Ariana Cadet and Caitríona Taylor (Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts CEO) It is important for each of us to acknowledge the countless deaths at the hand of racism, and think about our individual and collective roles in fighting racism in […]