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Girl Scouts represents the GIRL (Go-better, Innovator, Risk-taker, Leader) in the woman, preparing her for a lifetime motivation. The profession may vary from taking a night-time hike under the stars to accepting a mission on the International Space Station, from lobbying the city council with her troop to holding a seat in Congress or running her own cookie business today to tackling cybersecurity tomorrow. The Girl Scout Leadership Experience prepares the girl to tackle hard challenges and makes necessary riddles and games. It is based on time-tested methods and research-backed programming that help girls take the lead in their own lives and the world. Girl Scouts is a place where she learns, practices skilled-based performances and self-defense lessons.

Nonprofit
$50M to $100M
Large
Multiple locations
Social Advocacy Organizations
1912
What departments Girl Scouts employees work at?
DepartmentsRatio
other occupation67.5%
Social and Community Service Managers15.4%
Management - Other12.1%
Chief Executives5%
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Professional experience

How many years of experience do Girl Scouts employees have before joining?
Years of experience at Girl Scouts: Newcomers: 21%, Experiencers: 13%, Experts: 20%, Veterans: 46%. Girl Scouts employees have 8+ years experience on average before joining.
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What industries did Girl Scouts employees work in previously?
Industry Background: The most typical industries of Girl Scouts: Social Advocacy Organizations, Colleges / Universities, Niche Education, Newspaper Publishers, Consulting Companies. Girl Scouts employees most likely come from a Social Advocacy Organizations industry background.
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Where did Girl Scouts employees work before joining?
Past employers' size at Girl Scouts: Small: 45%, Medium: 12%, Large: 43%. Most Girl Scouts employees have previously worked at small companies.
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Educational background

What did employees at Girl Scouts study?
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Where did employees at Girl Scouts study?
Fordham University
New York University
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Employee data

How long do people stay in a role at Girl Scouts?
Time employed at Girl Scouts: <1: 12%, 1-3: 26%, 4-8: 35%, 9-13: 12%, 14-20: 9%, 20+: 6%. Most Girl Scouts employees stay with the company for 4-8 years which is the same as the industry average.
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How does Girl Scouts rank for age & gender diversity?
Gender ratio at Girl Scouts: 23.3% Male and 76.7% Female. Age ratio at Girl Scouts: 16-20: 0%, 21-30: 37%, 31-40: 24%, 41-50: 22%, 51-60: 13%, 60+: 4%. Girl Scouts rates - 22.7% more female than the industry average. Most Girl Scouts employees are 21-30, which is below the industry median age range.
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Career advancement

How does Girl Scouts rank for career advancement?
Career advancement at Girl Scouts: low. Girl Scouts ranks low for career advancement which is same as the industry average.
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What companies do Girl Scouts employees go on to work at?
Future employers of Girl Scouts: American Red Cross, Bank of America, Girl Scouts of Central Texas, Girl Scouts of Greater Chicago & Northwest Indiana, Girl Scouts of Northern Illinois. People who work at Girl Scouts most typically go on to work for the American Red Cross.
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American Red Cross
Bank of America
Girl Scouts of Central Texas
Girl Scouts of Greater Chicago & Northwest Indiana
Girl Scouts of Northern Illinois