Welcoming new girls to your troop is always an adventure! Troop leader Angela shares her best practices and the 6 most important things to teach a new Girl Scout.
Even though parents can be some of the busiest people around, troop leader Richel shares 6 ways she’s found success in getting parents to help out as troop volunteers.
Sometimes our Girl Scouts’ big dreams don’t come cheap. In this post, Angela shares her best tips for getting started with money-earning activities outside the realm of Girl Scout product sales to help your troop’s dream adventure become a reality.
Looking to level up your troop’s outdoor experience? In this Q&A, expert outdoorsman and author of Moon California Camping, Tom Stienstra shares his advice for camping with kids, helpful tips for first time campers, and suggests new campgrounds to explore in California.
To help you address these difficult topics with the girls in your life, Marina Park, GSNorCal CEO, has put together some resources that will help you work through what your girls are feeling and hearing about the world around them.
Everyone knows that Girl Scouts is all about making new friends (but keeping the old!), and the start of a new school year is the perfect time to round out your troop with some new faces. Here are our top 5 strategies for recruiting new girls to join your troop!
With the start of the new school year and back to troop season right around the corner, you’ll be encountering tons of new faces. So whether you’re meeting your girls for the first time or just want them to get to know each other a little better, these 4 icebreaker activities will surely thaw any awkward vibes and leaf your girls laughing this fall.
Today, August 10, marks a proud day in Girl Scout history – National S’mores Day! Did you know this camp classic was basically invented by Girl Scouts? To celebrate, we have one sweet announcement and a tasty challenge you won’t want to miss!
New Journeys and badges are rolling out this summer at Girl Scouts of Northern California, and we want you to be among the first to get the exciting details!
Are you feeling the anticipatory butterflies dancing around as you plan your first Girl Scout troop meeting? Daisy troop leader Liz shares her 5-step meeting game plan to help calm those pre-meeting nerves.
Social media can be an exciting place for girls’ to explore identity and find their voice – but it can also be gateway to miscommunication and intense bullying. Use these resources to make sure it’s a positive experience for your girl.