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For All Your Girl Scout Cookie Needs, Digital Cookie 2.0 is Here

For All Your Girl Scout Cookie Needs, Digital Cookie 2.0 is Here


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Following the launch of the Digital Cookie program last year, version 2.0 is more robust and hands-on

With Digital Cookie 2.0, there are even more ways Girl Scouts can expand their business skills.

The Girl Scout Digital Cookie program, which launched last year, has gotten a makeover. Version 2.0 is “a more robust, hands-on, and entertaining learning experience,” according to the Girl Scouts website.

Aimed at teaching Girl Scouts key business skills, the enhanced cookie website allows girls to learn about marketing, budgeting, and resource allocation, among other business skills. On the new website, girls can set goals for selling cookies, track their progress, manage orders and inventory, learn Internet safety skills, and explore ways to help others by investing their earnings back into their communities.

With Digital Cookie, customers can seamlessly order and pay for their cookies online or through a mobile app. Girl Scouts will still have to initiate the sale, either via email, online, or in person. From there, a Girl Scout can invite customers to visit her personalized cookie website, and then have orders shipped, personally delivered, or donated to charity.

With all these options available, you’ll find fewer excuses to keep from stocking up on your Girl Scout cookie favorites.


The Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History and Los Angeles-based Ideas Exchange Zócalo Public Square launched “What It Means to Be American,” a collaborative three-year initiative aimed at engaging leading thinkers, public figures and Americans from all walks of life to explore how the United States became the nation it is today. Wednesday night’s kick-off event featured former Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor and Anna Maria Chávez, CEO of the Girl Scouts of the USA, at the Heard Museum, a Smithsonian Affiliate in Phoenix. (podcast below)


The Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History and Los Angeles-based Ideas Exchange Zócalo Public Square launched “What It Means to Be American,” a collaborative three-year initiative aimed at engaging leading thinkers, public figures and Americans from all walks of life to explore how the United States became the nation it is today. Wednesday night’s kick-off event featured former Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor and Anna Maria Chávez, CEO of the Girl Scouts of the USA, at the Heard Museum, a Smithsonian Affiliate in Phoenix. (podcast below)


The Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History and Los Angeles-based Ideas Exchange Zócalo Public Square launched “What It Means to Be American,” a collaborative three-year initiative aimed at engaging leading thinkers, public figures and Americans from all walks of life to explore how the United States became the nation it is today. Wednesday night’s kick-off event featured former Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor and Anna Maria Chávez, CEO of the Girl Scouts of the USA, at the Heard Museum, a Smithsonian Affiliate in Phoenix. (podcast below)


The Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History and Los Angeles-based Ideas Exchange Zócalo Public Square launched “What It Means to Be American,” a collaborative three-year initiative aimed at engaging leading thinkers, public figures and Americans from all walks of life to explore how the United States became the nation it is today. Wednesday night’s kick-off event featured former Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor and Anna Maria Chávez, CEO of the Girl Scouts of the USA, at the Heard Museum, a Smithsonian Affiliate in Phoenix. (podcast below)


The Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History and Los Angeles-based Ideas Exchange Zócalo Public Square launched “What It Means to Be American,” a collaborative three-year initiative aimed at engaging leading thinkers, public figures and Americans from all walks of life to explore how the United States became the nation it is today. Wednesday night’s kick-off event featured former Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor and Anna Maria Chávez, CEO of the Girl Scouts of the USA, at the Heard Museum, a Smithsonian Affiliate in Phoenix. (podcast below)


The Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History and Los Angeles-based Ideas Exchange Zócalo Public Square launched “What It Means to Be American,” a collaborative three-year initiative aimed at engaging leading thinkers, public figures and Americans from all walks of life to explore how the United States became the nation it is today. Wednesday night’s kick-off event featured former Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor and Anna Maria Chávez, CEO of the Girl Scouts of the USA, at the Heard Museum, a Smithsonian Affiliate in Phoenix. (podcast below)


The Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History and Los Angeles-based Ideas Exchange Zócalo Public Square launched “What It Means to Be American,” a collaborative three-year initiative aimed at engaging leading thinkers, public figures and Americans from all walks of life to explore how the United States became the nation it is today. Wednesday night’s kick-off event featured former Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor and Anna Maria Chávez, CEO of the Girl Scouts of the USA, at the Heard Museum, a Smithsonian Affiliate in Phoenix. (podcast below)


The Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History and Los Angeles-based Ideas Exchange Zócalo Public Square launched “What It Means to Be American,” a collaborative three-year initiative aimed at engaging leading thinkers, public figures and Americans from all walks of life to explore how the United States became the nation it is today. Wednesday night’s kick-off event featured former Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor and Anna Maria Chávez, CEO of the Girl Scouts of the USA, at the Heard Museum, a Smithsonian Affiliate in Phoenix. (podcast below)


The Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History and Los Angeles-based Ideas Exchange Zócalo Public Square launched “What It Means to Be American,” a collaborative three-year initiative aimed at engaging leading thinkers, public figures and Americans from all walks of life to explore how the United States became the nation it is today. Wednesday night’s kick-off event featured former Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor and Anna Maria Chávez, CEO of the Girl Scouts of the USA, at the Heard Museum, a Smithsonian Affiliate in Phoenix. (podcast below)


The Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History and Los Angeles-based Ideas Exchange Zócalo Public Square launched “What It Means to Be American,” a collaborative three-year initiative aimed at engaging leading thinkers, public figures and Americans from all walks of life to explore how the United States became the nation it is today. Wednesday night’s kick-off event featured former Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor and Anna Maria Chávez, CEO of the Girl Scouts of the USA, at the Heard Museum, a Smithsonian Affiliate in Phoenix. (podcast below)