State Farm Insurance has given the organization a $20,000 dollar grant to support its money management programs.
It'll be used for workshops like cookie rallies and outreach projects which help the girls practice goal setting and customer service.
Money will also be spent on programs to teach scouts from low income families how to earn their own money.
Rachel Marx is one trooper who sold enough cookies to purchase her very own laptop.
"When I set my goals, I set them high," said Marx. "I always try to go for the top prize because the prizes are super good."
A girl scout earns 23 cents for each box of cookies sold.
That money is put on a "cookie dough card" which can be redeemed for prizes.
Organizers say it's a great way to keep troopers motivated.