Raytheon and Girl Scouts of the USA
Girl Scouts of the USA, Driving Diversity in Stem
Women make up half of the college-educated workforce, but only 11 percent of the cybersecurity workforce. Girl Scouts of the USA and Raytheon are bridging the gap by turning girls' interests into career aspirations. Together, we are preparing girls to explore computer science careers and realize their potential to help make the world a better, safer place.
Girl Scouts today, cyber leaders tomorrow
The Girl Scouts Cyber Challenge is Girl Scouts of the USA’s first-ever national STEM challenge event. By solving a hypothetical ransomware attack on a moon base, 2,500 girls across 10 U.S. cities will cultivate key cybersecurity skills with support from Raytheon volunteers and mentors.
When girls think like programmers
GSUSA’s first-of-its-kind nationwide computer science program, "Think Like a Programmer" Journey, encourages girls to pursue careers in the computer sciences. In 2018, 78 percent of participants reported learning more about what computer scientists do and 93 percent learned to identify algorithms.
Making STEM real, rewarding and fun
Girl Scouts embrace unique opportunities to build collaborative thinking, leadership skills and cyber knowledge in real-world settings. For instance, we welcomed Girl Scouts from Central Maryland to our Cyber Operations, Development and Evaluation (CODE) Center—our state-of-the-art cybersecurity range—to solve the case of a tainted cookie recipe.
Learn More about our partnership
Bridging the Gender Gap
Raytheon and Girl Scouts of the USA are fueling the pipeline of female leaders in STEM.
Cracking the Cookie Code
Cryptogram puzzles launch the Girl Scouts Cyber Challenge.
Embracing science and innovation
Raytheon, Girl Scouts to encourage girls to pursue computer science careers.
It opens our minds, and it opens doors
Raytheon teaches science and math to influence girls' career path.
Think like a programmer
Raytheon Sponsors Girl Scouts' first national computer science program and cyber challenge for middle and high school girls.
From the Girl Scouts Blog
Former Girl Scouts and current leaders and innovators share their advice for today’s Girl Scouts.
Corporate Responsibility Report
This year’s report provides an expansive review of our corporate responsibility content, and highlights our efforts to enrich the lives of people, strengthen our performance, and reduce our footprint on the planet.