We are honored to be able recognize and give back to Girl Talk Leaders who have given so much to their Chapters and communities, and to support them in their future endeavors. Thanks to our scholarship sponsors, since 2002, we have awarded over


in scholarships to our outstanding high school Leaders!

National Girl Talk Leader of the Year Award & Scholarship

Girl Talk is fortunate to have hundreds of dedicated high school Leaders around the country who are making a difference in the lives of thousands of middle school girls every day. To honor these young women, Girl Talk has created the National Girl Talk Leader of the Year Award. This award is given each spring to a Girl Talk Leader who best exemplifies the mission and values of Girl Talk. 

Application Cycle Opens: August 1, 2020

Deadline to Apply: August 25, 2020

Notified by: September 2020

Girl Talk is honored to partner with Cox Enterprises to provide the Jill Campbell STEM Scholarship to one high school junior or senior Girl Talk Leader each year.

Girl Talk is a stronger organization because of Jill Campbell’s unwavering support and leadership. Her influence is felt at all levels. As a previous board of director and Board Chair, she invests her time and resources to further our mission. But more than this, Jill serves as a role model to our mentees and Leaders. She’s been a keynote speaker at many of our leadership events and inspires our attendees with her authenticity and passion for helping the next generation of leaders. Jill Campbell truly exemplifies our vision of empowered women supporting women.

Cox Enterprises and Girl Talk together award one (1) applicant a $2,500 cash college scholarship to aid with her college career!   

Application Cycle Opens: March 14, 2020 (Pi Day!)

Deadline to Apply: April 15, 2020

Winners Notified By: June 5, 2020

You must be a high school junior or senior, a current Girl Talk Leader, and be interested in pursuing a degree and career in STEM.


The Give, Love, Laugh Scholarship was created by Natural Life and Girl Talk to encourage high school Girl Talk Leaders to live a passionate and fulfilling life by creating and executing a community service project which effects positive change around them. This scholarship embodies the spirit of both Natural Life and Girl Talk and our shared desire to inspire girls to help make the world a better place. 

Natural Life and Girl Talk together award two (2) applicants a $2,500 cash college scholarship to aid with their college career!   

Application Cycle Opens: November 15, 2020

Deadline to Apply: March 15, 2021

Winners Notified By: May, 2021

You must be a high school senior, a current Girl Talk Leader, and have led and completed your community service project before the application deadline to apply.


Ron Bell Family Foundation Inspirational Leader Award

Ron Bell demonstrated unwavering support of Girl Talk.  As a tribute to Ron's positive influence on thousands of Girl Talk Girls, this award is presented to an Ambassador who has inspired others through her leadership, her mentoring, and her community service.

Meet Our 2020 Scholarship Recipients!

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Chloe Koperek

Natural Life Give, Love, Laugh Scholarship 2020

Girl Talk Temecula Valley "TV" (Temecula, CA)

"My name is Chloe and I am the Founder and President of Girl Talk TV. I started Girl Talk because I wanted to make a difference in helping young girls navigate the challenges of growing up in todays world. I wanted to make a positive impact on girls who would become a part of my high school community and give back to my middle school community. Girl Talk TV is also my Girl Scout Gold Project. As an eleven year member of Girl Scouts empowering young girls and serving my community has always been part of my mantra. I wanted to share that passion with others. I am involved in ASB in school and National Charity League in our community where service is at the core of both organizations."

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Laeh Dean

2020 Jill Campbell STEM Scholarship Winner

"By pursuing a career in a STEM-related field I hope that I can show girls that look like me that it is more than ok to love science. I want girls to see me and for them to want to pursue the dreams that they feel are impossible. It also is crucial to implement more women in STEM-related careers. Women are often put down for their academic or career-related achievements. This is due to society’s natural inclination to put women below men, but women celebrating their achievements and pursuing these careers could advance to the next steps towards equality. By inspiring young girls to pursue these careers this would make equality in the workplace much more accessible."