$191,970 offered in financial aid for Girl Scout experiences
About Girl Scouts of Central Texas
Girl Scouts of Central Texas council, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, connects more than 17,000 girls and 12,000 adult volunteers across 46 counties. Our council makes up the greater areas of San Angelo, Killeen/Temple/Waco, Bryan/College Station, and Austin.
Teamwork, friendship, and community unite us as we change the world through small acts of kindness and big ideas.
As part of the world's largest girl leadership development organization, Girl Scouts of Central Texas engages girls in grades K–12 through programs in Life Skills, Entrepreneurship, Outdoor, and STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math).
Opportunities such as program events, troop sponsorship, books and uniform, camperships, and scholarships were made accessible to more girls.
27,377 council-led girl experiences delivered
Girls practiced the four program pillars - STEM, outdoors, entrepreneurship, and life skills - through council, service unit, and troop activities.
11,251 inspired entrepreneurs
The Girl Scout Cookie Program helped develop five essential skills for future business women.
1,723 girls from underrepresented areas served
Local Community Troops provided Girl Scout programming for girls in undeserved and low-income communities.
733 higher awards earned
Bronze, Silver, and Gold Award projects built community problem-solvers who take action for others.