The Girl Scouts will celebrate the grand opening of the East Coast’s first Girl Scout DreamLab.
On Sept. 13, the Girl Scouts of Central and Southern New Jersey and local leadership will unveil the incredible East Coast Girl Scout DreamLab at the Shoppes at North Brunswick.
The Girl Scout DreamLab, a modern 3,500-square-foot space, is set to revolutionize the Girl Scouting experience for girls and families of all backgrounds. This inclusive and fun-filled environment will provide a place for learning and play, inviting girls from diverse experiences to join in.
The new STEM lab will offer the Girl Scouts the chance to explore hands-on learning programs in the new state-of-the-art lab where local leaders and Girl Scouts will be able to dive into exciting activities like recording a podcast, creating videos, conquering the rock wall and testing camping skills through the onsite simulation.
What sets the DreamLab apart is that Girl Scout membership is not required to access its amazing facilities. It’s an exciting step forward in creating a safe and welcoming space where all girls can learn, dream and play.
While DreamLab is the first on the East Coast, it is only the beginning of an all-new way to experience Girl Scouting. The vision is to have additional locations across central and southern New Jersey.
The Girl Scouts’ mission remains to build girls of courage, confidence and character who will make the world a better place.
“The DreamLabs now play an important part of this mission, because we can introduce new girls, not familiar with Girl Scouting, to exactly what we do,” Ginny Hill, CEO of GSCSNJ, said.
“We selected this location for its high-visibility, high traffic and convenience for girls and families. No one helps girls achieve their full potential like Girl Scouts. The DreamLab allows us to reach girls of all backgrounds, ages, and cultures to fulfill our mission for everyone.”