Hi girls!

Do you ever wonder what your life will be like five, six, even ten years from now? The first issue of Discovery Girls was published 15 years ago...which means there have been a lot of DGs over the years.

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I hope you're reading closely, because here at Discovery Girls, we need YOUR help! We're gearing up to pick 36 inspiring, trailblazing, REAL girls to come to our 2015 Leadership Summit...and we can't do it without your help. If you're reading this, we want your application.

Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebrates one of the most recognized faces of the 1960s Civil Rights Movement, also known as the African American Civil Rights Movement.

In the U.S., we recognize Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday on the third Monday of January every year to preserve his legacy of protest against racial inequality.

Why did you decide to apply to be a Discovery Girl? How did you find out about the Summit?

I applied because I thought it would be awesome to be a Discovery Girl! And I thought it would be really fun.

Hi girls!

Did you get a chance to check out Laura Marano in our December/January 2015 issue?

Hi Girls!

Why did you decide to apply to be a Discovery Girl? How did you find out about the Summit?

Hey girls!

In our December/January 2015 issue, we asked you if you're scared of sharing your accomplishments because you don't want to sound like you're bragging. 43% of you actually have felt this way before!

Hi girls!

It's only a week into the shiny new year of 2015, so your 2015 New Year's resolutions are probably still fresh on your mind. In our December/January issue, we gave you a few tips on how to keep on track with your resolutions: one tip was to write down your resolution and share it with friends. That makes your resolution more real, and if you share with others, they'll be able to keep you on track!


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