After facing falling enrollment, Girl Scouts of the USA is giving its badges, vests, and cookies a make over (but don’t worry – Thin Mints are staying!). Girl Scout troops are moving away from traditional programming and instead adding internet-based activities to boost membership and interest from its school-aged participants. Blogs, video chatting with international scout groups, and interactive websites are all elements of the new Girl Scout brand. Troops are also looking for younger leaders (out: Moms, in: college students) and focusing on fresh issues and topics such as environmental awareness and engineering. You can read more about these and other changes in a Washington Post article here. You can also see the Charity Navigator ratings for many more Girl Scouts troops here.