Camille P. Stern

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Georgia Southern University Armstrong Campus

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The history of Juliette Gordon Low reveals her clearly as a remarkable woman ahead of her time. Born to privilege and wealth, this native of Savannah, Georgia, created a lasting, worldwide legacy of opportunity for young women of diverse cultural and economic backgrounds. For more than eighty-five years, the Girl Scout organization has become part of an international program recognized in 118 countries with a membership close to eight million. This multimedia presentation will explore the extraordinary life of Juliette Gordon Low, visit captured moments of Girl Scouts past and present, and explore, though feminist theory, the actual and potential impact of involvement in Girl Scouts on the social and role development of young women. Camille P. Stern, Nursing (flyer)

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