For many girls, the cookie sale is their first experience in setting goals and working with others in a team. Girls learn to meet and greet people, and keep accurate financial records. Girls have fun while building self-confidence and learning important life skills.
Information for Girls
You will have fun, make friends and change the world – one box at a time.
When you sell Girl Scout Cookies, you're doing more than just helping your customers stock up on delicious treats (and having lots of fun). You're doing it with a goal in mind. Whether that goal is a pizza party, a community service project, or your first overnight camping trip with your troop, you know how many boxes you need to sell to make it happen.
But did you know that you're also part of a huge business, one that's run by girls just like you all over the country? In fact, you’re part of the largest girl-led entrepreneurial program for girls in the world. Being a Girl Scout Cookie professional gives you five skills essential for success, both now and later:
The 5 Skills Girls Gain from the Girl Scout Cookie Program
Resources for Girls
And, here are answers to the most commonly asked questions for USAGSO girl cookie sellers:
What do girls learn from selling cookies?
How do girls feel about participating in the cookie sale?
What is the role of parents, guardians, and other family members in the cookie sale?
How does the cookie sale relate to the mission of Girl Scouting?
What is the number one reason people don’t buy Girl Scout cookies?
Can Juliettes/Individually Registered Members (IRMs) participate in cookie sales?