Watch: Girls Talk Bullying
Bullying—it’s a major problem at school, online, and everywhere in between. But according to these Girl Scouts, girls have the power to stand up and do something about it.
“I learned that I can’t let people walk all over me,” Amity, a sixth-grader in Sandusky, Ohio says. “I just have to be myself.”
Watch our exclusive video and hear what Amity and other girls just like you have to say about how Girl Scouts helped them to be a better friend, to have better friends, and boost their confidence in the process. And for more information about the BFF (Be a Friend First) experience for middle school girls, based on the aMAZE! Leadership Journey, visit ForGirls.girlscouts.org/bff.