How to Earn the My Promise, My Faith Pin

Girl Scouts is a secular organization, but the principles and values common across religions are a core part of our group. Here’s how to earn the My Promise, My Faith pin, and explore faiths from all over the world the Girl Scout way.

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5 Reasons Why You Should Attend Discoveree

GSNorCal’s Discoveree event features over 65 workshops covering topics from troop program to self-help, from how to do a Journey in a day to self-defense skills. Choose your favorite workshops, or pick a learning path that corresponds with your girls’ age level. Here’s why you should join us this January.

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How to Earn the Ambassador College Knowledge Badge

Is your girl finding applying to college exciting, but intense? The College Knowledge badge tackles applying to college one step at a time, so your girl can start her next chapter with confidence. Divided into five easy steps, this badge walks girls through their options, the admissions process, financial planning, and study and health habits so they can succeed after they get in!

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How to Plan an Older Girl Camping Trip

Camping with older girls is a whole new experience. They’re more independent, and capable of handling much of the trip planning and set up. But they also have different needs, interests, and goals than they did when they camped as younger Girl Scouts. Check out these tips for a successful older girl camping trip.

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5 Tips to Get Your Troop’s Story Covered in the Local Media

Members and volunteers know that Girl Scouts is more about STEM and service, or camping and community than cookies and crafts (although we do that too), but how do we refute this myth in our communities? By sharing what you and your girls are doing all year with local media! But you don’t need to have a public relations background to help your troops shine—here are 5 tips to get you started.

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