Youth Organizations and Positive Development: Lessons Learned from a Century of Girl Scouting
December 17, 2012
by Kamla Modi, Judy Schoenberg, and Kallen Tsikalas of the Girl Scout Research Institute
© 2012 Girl Scouts of the USA
Since its inception in 2000, the Girl Scout Research Institute has employed a research-to-action approach so that insights from our work with girls and young women can directly inform Girl Scouts of the USA’s program and policy development, as well as impact the larger youth development field. In the last decade, GSRI’s research and evaluation work has touched numerous organizations in the public and private spheres, making a practical impact on the lives of youth and providing other organizations with evidence needed to make a case for their own work.
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This paper is part of the Kinder & Braver World Project: Research Series.