The term co-generational was coined by a young Girl Scout who sought to describe the potential for interaction between girls and adults of all ages. Co-generational implies the kind of community cooperation and co-creation that mutually affects and influences each of us. The long-term impact of Girl Scouting on any girl is dependent on those who generously give of their time to witness, support, guide, mentor, and lead girls. It is important that this community consist of people of all ages, including elders, adults, and younger children. Learn more about how co-generational community plays a part in Girl Scouting and how you can find or help build them.

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