- "Scout takes comfort in Haiti relief work," CNN, February 4, 2010
Summary: To help cope with her country's recent earthquake, a Haitian Girl Scout lends a hand to the recovery efforts.
- "Laura Chinchilla elected president of Costa Rica," Los Angelos Times, February 8, 2010
Summary: Costa Rica elects its first female president, Laura Chinchilla. She will take office in May.
- "As Girls Become Women, Sports Pay Dividends," New York Times, February 15, 2010
Summary: Since the passage of Title IX, girls and women have experienced increases in education, career opportunities and health. Independent research gives credit to athletic participation.
- "Tech industry searching for girls gone geek," MSNBC, February 21, 2010
Summary: When asked to vote for a new Barbie's career, girls chose news anchor but adults responded by asking for a computer engineer. Technology companies and advocates (like Girl Scouts!) are committed to helping more girls get excited about science, technology, engineering and math.
- "Top 10 College Majors for Women," Forbes, March 2, 2010
Summary: Women tend toward career fields that affect positive social change and foster collaborative work environments, such as health care and education. However, somewhat surprising, the top college major for women is business which comprises 18% of women's college majors.