Hilary Topper ON AIR
Special Guest: Donna Ceravolo
Executive Director, Girl Scout's of Nassau County
This episode will discuss the Girl Scouts of Nassau County and their 121 Gold Award recipients this past June. “121 Girl Scouts in Nassau County have woven a minimum of 80 hours of community service into their busy schedules. These young women developed Gold Award community action projects that address social issues in their community or promote acts of kindness and goodwill throughout Nassau County. Their efforts earned these girls the Girl Scout Gold Award, the highest honor that a young woman can achieve in Girl Scouting. The Gold Award project helps high school-aged Girl Scouts develop leadership skills and explore various career paths. Overall, the Gold Awards require up to a three-year commitment from each young woman. It affords the teen the opportunity to learn about arts and humanities, cultural and global relations, personal well-being, technology and science, environmental concerns and many of the innumerable issues facing young women and the world today.”
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