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What is Girls Learning Environment and Energy (GLEE)?

Girls Learning Environment and Energy (GLEE) is a joint effort between Stanford University and the Girl Scouts of Northern California to teach Girl Scouts and their families about the environment and energy conservation. Learn more by watching our video below:

Learn to Teach GLEE

There are three ways you can learn how to teach GLEE:

  • The GLEE online course for troop leaders. First, sign up for the GLEE course at the top of this page. Second, create an account with EdX, the platform for GLEE's online course! You will receive an email once we have enrolled you in the course, after which GLEE will appear on your EdX dashboard.
  • The GLEE website. In a hurry? View most videos and download instructional manuals for troop leaders right here, on our website. Check the "Curriculum" tab above.
  • Order our Home Energy manual. Get the GLEE manual for troop leaders on the Girl Scout website (free + shipping!). You'll only need one manual per troop.

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GLEE Patches

The GLEE program includes a patch with each curriculum! Girl Scouts who complete the Home Energy curriculum will be awarded the light bulb patch at the last session, and Girl Scouts who complete the Food Choices curriculum will be awarded the bicycle patch at the last session. Troop leaders can order both of the patches at the Girl Scout site.

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