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Outreach

Community Outreach Programs

Each year, Girl Scouts of Eastern Missouri serves thousands of youth through community outreach programs. These programs provide a Girl Scout experience to girls in areas underserved by the traditional troop experience.

Community outreach programs are primarily delivered in schools and community centers to provide youth with leadership and life skills and to promote positive culture in the communities in which the youth live. Please email Community Outreach or call 314.592.2314 for more information.

Be a Friend First (BFF)

We offer an innovative bullying-prevention initiative for middle school–aged girls. BFF (Be a Friend First) is based on the Girl Scouts of the USA's national leadership curriculum and is designed to help girls develop healthy relationship skills, understand relational aggression and learn about conflict resolution and bully prevention information.

Project Anti Violence (PAVE)

Girl Scouts of Eastern Missouri developed the PAVE program to help youth grow strong by empowering them to prevent violence in their lives through helping them develop stronger social-emotional intelligence.

PAVE can be delivered in a three or five-session format. The program has been delivered to more than 300,000 young people in Eastern Missouri since its inception.

Transform UR Future (TUF)

Through Transform UR Future (TUF), Girl Scouts of Eastern Missouri has partnered with St. Louis Public, Hazelwood, Jennings, Confluence Prepatory Academy, University City, Wright City R-II and  Warren County R-III school districts to bring Girl Scouts and promote a culture of anti-violence in select schools all year long.

K-6 STEM Series

Girls will discover different branches of the science, technology, engineering and math world through a 6- week hands-on program. Sessions also include basic introduction to the scientific method and careers related to the topic.  These projects are sure to inspire girls in science, engineering and technology!

Summer Programs

We offer a three -session program, Lead, Discover, and Explore, at summer schools and camps. This allows girls an opportunity to experience Girl Scouts through fun, hands-on activities with a different focus each week, including Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM). 

 

Too Good for Violence

Too Good for Violence is an evidence-based, comprehensive violence prevention program designed to mitigate risk factors and build protection within the child.

Too Good develops a framework of social and emotional skills through the development of goal-setting, decision-making, and effective communication skills in addition to peer pressure refusal, pro-social bonding, conflict resolution, and media literacy.

Too Good builds the basis for a safe, supportive, and respectful learning environment. This program is currently being offered as a seven-week series at select schools.