Modern Girl Scouts still sell cookies and earn badges, but a whole lot else has changed. Today's Girl Scouts learn to fix toilets, manage stress, and build polymers. Join host Neal Conan and guests for a discussion.
*Girl Scout who just returned from Antarctica
*19 years old, has been in G.S. since first grade
*Starting at University of Massachusetts, Amherst
*Senior Vice President, Membership, Program and Research, Girl Scouts of America
*Associate Dean for Youth Development at the University of Minnesota
*Director of the Center for 4H Youth Development
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