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Bridge to the Future

July 27, 2019
8:00 am - 1:30 pm
705 E. Pete Rose Way , Cincinnati, OH 45202United States
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At a glance
  • Flexible Shifts

  • 18+

  • 35+ Volunteers

What we'll doHelp anywhere from set-up, to decorating the bridge, cheering on the girls, monitoring age level booths and tear down.
Who can do itAnyone 18+

Bridging Girl Scouts: join hundreds of your Girl Scout sisters from across western Ohio and northern Kentucky as you cross over the Purple People Bridge to symbolize your advancement to the next Girl Scout grade level!

Click the CONTACT button above to sign up!

705 E. Pete Rose Way , Cincinnati, OH 45202United States
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Ohio native and Girl Scout alum Judith Resnik was the definition of a G.I.R.L. (Go-getter, Innovator, Risk-taker, Leader). She turned down a spot at Juilliard School of Music to study electrical engineering, after becoming 1 of only 16 women at the time who got a perfect score on the SAT (!!). At age 28, Judith was recruited to join the NASA Astronaut Corps, and later became the first Jewish woman in space. She heartbreakingly died in 1986 when the Space Shuttle Challenger was destroyed. The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) named the Judith Resnik Award for space engineering in her honor.

Ohio native and Girl Scout alum Judith Resnik was the definition of a G.I.R.L. (Go-getter, Innovator, Risk-taker, Leader). She turned down a spot at Juilliard School of Music to study electrical engineering, after becoming 1 of only 16 women at the time who got a perfect score on the SAT (!!). At age 28, Judith was recruited to join the NASA Astronaut Corps, and later became the first Jewish woman in space. She heartbreakingly died in 1986 when the Space Shuttle Challenger was destroyed. The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) named the Judith Resnik Award for space engineering in her honor. ... See MoreSee Less

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Real women are skinny.
Real women have muscles.When we talk about who real women are, what are we telling girls who dont fit into that mold?Instead of defining what a real woman looks like, lets teach girls that real women define themselves.

"Real women have curves."
"Real women are skinny."
"Real women have muscles."

When we talk about who "real women" are, what are we telling girls who don't fit into that mold?

Instead of defining what a "real woman" looks like, let's teach girls that real women define themselves.
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