6 Must-Do Fall Crafts and Activities

As we get cozy this fall, it’s a great time to plan activities, crafts, and projects based on friendship and giving. Fall is a special time of year in our multi-level troop—we plan for the next year, get to know each other a little better, and even work on being better sisters to our fellow Girl Scouts. Here are six things we do to come together as a troop and embrace the fall season.

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5 Types of Workshops You Can Find at Discoveree

Did you know you can level up your Girl Scout leadership skills all at one inclusive event? Discoveree is a one-day event for Girl Scout volunteers to explore topics that are interesting or helpful to you and your troop! Learn about the five different types of workshops, and why this is the perfect event for leaders!

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Girl Scout Gold Award Myths and Misunderstandings

Like the game Telephone, with each retelling, little facts about the Gold Award and how you earn one get confused and changed into something different. But there’s no reason to be intimidated by Girl Scouts’ highest award! It’s time for some myth-busting—here are eight things you may not know about the Gold Award:

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Snapshots of a Girl Scout Summer

Troop leaders, parents, and program partners shared Girl Scout summer experiences that made us laugh, cheer, and celebrate the G.I.R.L. spirit across our council. We rounded-up some of our favorites to share on the Trailhead.

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4 Steps To Starting A Girl Scout STEM Club

Starting a STEM club is an easy way to collect like-minded and enthusiastic girls and volunteers all interested in STEM, and focus on those activities in a way you might not be able to in your wider troop. Here are four easy steps to get started:

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Exclusive Highlights from GSNorCal’s Celebrating G.I.R.L.s Event with Sylvia Acevedo

On September 19, 2019, GSNorCal hosted a special reception in San Francisco called Celebrating G.I.R.L.s. to celebrate and recognize the very best of Girl Scouts. The event honored Girl Scout alums who have been recognized in tech, journalism, even the Olympics, who point to Girl Scouts as the turning point of their personal and professional successes. Even GSUSA CEO Sylvia Acevedo gave a stirring keynote speech.

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