For over 110 years, Girl Scouts has and will continue to be an instrument of change, promoting equitable outcomes for all. Girl Scouts of the Chesapeake bay wholly commits to taking action to grow as an anti-racist and antioppressive organization so that, through Girl Scouts, our members are affirmed as they strive to make our community and world better.
As part of that commitment, we will continue to research, produce and provide resources to our members that will aid our efforts in promoting Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.
Girls age 14+ can become a leader among their peers by training them on how to promote DEI in their Girl Scout activities and beyond.APPLY THRU 12/9
Why become an Inclusive Leader?
What is the Inclusive Leadership program?
Who can be an Inclusive Leader?
Girl Scouts who are eligible to be part of the Inclusive Leadershi program must be:
View GSCB Inclusive Leadership Program Roles and Responsibilities
This program is made possible by grant funding from Dupont and in partnership with the Delaware Alliance for Nonprofit Advancement and Chanta Wilkinson Consulting.
All members are invited to take our 200:DEI Training Series covering topics from religion, ability, race and ethnicity, & more.SIGN IN