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GSLI girls pictured with The Richards Group founder, Stan Richards.

Leadership Institute (GSLI)

The Girl Scout Leadership Institute (GSLI) equips high school girls to pursue higher education and exposes them to a variety of career opportunities through corporate visits and access to female role models that empower them to positively impact their communities now and in the future.

Eat, Shop, Share

Saturday, December 07
11:30 a.m.- 3 p.m.

Location: Walmart at Belt Line & Montfort Map
Level:  Cadette, Senior, Ambassador
8th grade Cadettes are welcome

Girls are invited to join the Girl Scout Leadership Institute on as we share the Girl Scout Experience with our sister Girl Scouts by granting their wish list items. We’ll meet at a nearby restaurant to socialize and learn about older girl opportunities within GSNETX. After that, we will learn about a Girl Scout family in need and then go shop for her family at Walmart.

Cost: $5/girl

Open to Families: No

Click here to register for this event. 

Personal Safety and High Adventure Challenge

Sunday, January 26
1-5 p.m.

Spend the day doing different team-building activities focused on gauging your personal safety followed by girl challenges. Parents may attend the first portion of the day as we learn how to recognize potential dangers, especially relating to personal security. The second part of the event (without parents) will give girls high adventure opportunities such as a rock wall and challenge course run by Group Dynamix.

Cost: $35/girl

Open to Families: No

Contact for registration information.

Saturday Sampler

Saturday, April 4
10 a.m.-3 p.m.

Location: Ericsson Market Area North America Headquarters
Level:  Cadette, Senior, Ambassador

Come discover what the GSLI has to offer at our Saturday Sampler. Incoming 9th grade girls, as well as current 9th-12th girls are encouraged to attend and learn more.

Cost: $5/girl

Open to Families: No

Click here to register for this event. 


Career Exploration

Career Exploration events gives girls an opportunity to learn about various occupations and their "fit" with her unique career preferences, e.g. the skills, interests and values you want satisfied by your career. To be placed on a waiting list, or to cancel, please contact Gerri Gordon at


Job Shadowing

Job shadowing offers girls the chance to learn about a particular occupation or profession as she accompanies employees throughout their day-to-day work schedule.  Follow the link to see the opportunities and to register in ebiz.  Please remember that we expect you as Girl Scouts to honor your commitment to these opportunities, once registered, barring a family emergency or illness.  Failure to follow these guidelines may result in cancellations of other opportunities you have registered for.  Questions, contact Gerri Gordon at