H&N: Happy Women’s Equality Day!

The work of today is the history of tomorrow, and we are its makers.”   –Juliette Gordon Low Juliette Gordon Low, the founder of Girl Scouts, strongly believed in the power and strength of women. She recognized that both men and women can work the same, act the same, and make important decisions by themselves….

H&N: 5 Back-to-School Tips

As a senior in high school, this is the final year for me before I begin a new chapter and I want to make the most of it. But beginning school can be a little intimidating for some—including me. Numerous questions flood through my head. Will I fit in? How am I going to make…

H&N: Swapping Stories

Being a Girl Scout means taking part in many wonderful and age-old traditions—one of them being the trading of swaps. Girl Scouts of all ages have been trading the small mementos with one another for over 50 years. Some are shaped like birthday cake and made out of sponges, while others resemble thin orange slices…

H&N: Summer on the Screen

It’s the summertime parent mantra: “Get off your phone and go outside!” For years, the outdoors and the onscreen world have been at odds—with Girl Scouts often caught in the middle. Scroll through updates on your favorite social media site or dive into the pool for a refreshing swim? Text troop members from the comfort…

H&N: Meet the Team

Welcome to the new Hear&Now! Previously a print magazine, we are now an online blog run by a small group of five teenage Girl Scouts—just like you. Our goal is to provide older Girl Scouts with interesting videos, articles, and news that encourage them to stay connected with their troops and community. To start the…

H&N Summer Issue

It’s LIVE! Flip through Hear&Now’s Summer 2015 e-zine online. This issue’s all about sisterhood, D.I.Y. projects, includes an inspiring interview with pro surfer Bethany Hamilton, and more. Congratulations to the 2014-2015 Hear&Now staff! All 14 Girl Scouts worked hard to publish two fantastic magazine issues. Want to stay connected? Hear&Now is moving to this GSHCC…

H&N: History of the Girl Scout Promise and Law

Hear&Now Feature: Girl Scout Promise and Law. How they’ve changed through the years. By: Safia and Laurann The Girl Scout Promise and Law are the backbone of all things Girl Scout. When doing an activity with your troop, it’s always a good idea to look back at the Girl Scout Law and Promise to ensure that you are…

H&N: Fun ways to give back to your community!

Hear&Now Feature: Fun ways to give back to your community!   By: Emily S. Ever since the 1920s, volunteering has been an important part of Girl Scouts. It is essential that Girl Scouts continue to emphasize this great tradition of helping their community. Here are some ideas for volunteer opportunities in your local community: For…

Internship Insider: Twice and Twitter Field Trip

Hello blog readers, Recently, the MarComm interns got to visit Twice and Twitter headquarters. We took a day trip to San Francisco to have fun and absorb as much information as we could. The experience was incredible! We went to the Twice headquarters first, a small yet fashionable building. For all of you who have not…

A Summer Bucket List

                As the bell rings on the last day of school we will all jump for joy knowing that the next couple of months are going to be filled with late night sleepovers, movie marathons, summer camp, and overall fun times. However, after a month in we all seem…

Lynze’s Agricultural Adventures

Hey girls! My name is Lynze and I am a writer for Hear&Now teen magazine. I’ve been a Girl Scout since 2000. Through Girl Scouts, I have gained invaluable skills while creating many memories and friendships. I am also an active member of the Future Farmers of America organization. If you are unfamiliar with this…

Roseville Older Girl Lounge gets crafty at Anthropologie

Hear&Now staff and MarComm interns Riley and Gianna recently joined up with 16 girls from the Older Girl Lounge in Roseville to learn more about Anthopologie’s artistic side. At the event, they discovered that many employees have art degrees and both conceptualize and hand-make all of the displays throughout the store. Here’s Riley’s recap: On…