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Girl cookie entrepreneurs are leading the way in amazing ways

Cookie Entrepreneurs

The Girl Scout Cookie Program® helps girls realize their power as a G.I.R.L. (Go-getter, Innovator, Risk-Taker, Leader)™. Explore the stories of girls who are leading boldly as cookie entrepreneurs and shining brightly as a result. For more information on how girls can lead like a G.I.R.L., visit the Girl Scouts of the USA website.

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Roni, World Traveler

RoniRoni from Girl Scouts San Diego has used her cookie money to go on four Girl Scouts Destinations trips, including Costa Rica, Peru, Japan and Iceland. She has surfed oceans, summited mountains and learned about building willpower and gaining independence.

The Girl Scout Cookie Program® has taken Roni across the world, and she shares how girls can set high goals and take their journey of Girl Scouting to amazing locations. Hear Roni’s story in this video.


Victoria, Sea Explorer

VictoriaVictoria from Girl Scouts San Diego went on a Girl Scouts Destinations trip to Costa Rica and Panama City and discovered a passion for sea turtles and conservation. Destinations trips are powered by the Girl Scout Cookie Sale®.

Interested in learning about the amazing journey of sea turtles? Watch this video to hear from Victoria on how you can get involved in helping these marine creatures, which are endangered. In the video, Victoria also offers insights on how to discover your passions through the experience of selling Girl Scout Cookies®.


Nicole, top cookie seller

NicoleNicole from Girl Scouts of Colorado sold more than 2,500 boxes of cookies during the 2016-2017 season using every tool at her disposal. She started by setting up her own personalized Digital Cookie™ page, and then she created 60 customized videos that she shared with family and friends around the country.

Nicole is an unstoppable cookie entrepreneur who is unafraid of going after seemingly impossible goals. She spent about 100 hours working toward her sales goal in 2016-2017, and she is now making progress toward earning the Girl Scout Silver Award. Read her full story here.