How the Girl Scouts helps young women grow up to be entrepreneurs

03/19/2012 | Inc. online (free registration)

Most of the women in Congress and many women who own their own businesses were once Girl Scouts, writes Geri Stengel of Ventureneer.com. The Girl Scouts prepares women for a life of entrepreneurship because it encourages them to develop business skills through selling cookies, she writes. The organization also teaches girls to work together and set lofty goals, she writes.

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