Respecting differences and creating experiences that are welcoming to each and every girl is an important part of Girl Scouts. Sheryl shares her tips to ensure your troop environment is a safe space for girls.
Girl Scouts has a long history of getting girls outdoors, and getting your girls outside doesn’t have to be an overwhelming trek. So to help you with the process, Mary-Jane will be writing a blog post every month or so on fun and easy ways to move through the Girl Scout Outdoor Progression Chart. Check out Mary-Jane’s four suggestions on how to complete Step 1: Look Out.
Even if your troop is already up and running, adding new girls and volunteers to your friendship circle is the perfect way to mix things up in your troop! From creating a safe space and managing differing opinions to teaching them Girl Scouting essentials, get ready for the arrival of your new troop members with these helpful resources.
On April 28, 2018, we’ll be celebrating the 37th year of Golden Gate Bridging. Registration for 2018’s Golden Gate Bridging is now open, so to help commemorate the decades of fun, friendship, and festivities, Elizabeth has put together a list of 37 reasons why you and your girls should come!
Fun patches are one of our most popular items in our GSNorCal retail stores. With no specific requirements, they’re the perfect way to spark new ideas to help facilitate girl-led activities! In this post, our Director of Retail, Cambria, shares a few of her favorite new fun patches.
Looking for a fun fall-themed service project that your troop will love? Troop leader Angela shares 6 simple ideas for helping your girls serve their communities (and have fun doing it)!
Whether they’re volunteering their time or coordinating their own service project, Girl Scouts are known for working hard to make the world a better place. Help your girls get started and set them up for success with these 7 badges that will teach them critical civic engagement skills and get them more involved in their communities.
Troop conflict is never fun, but it doesn’t have to be tough. Heather shares tips from experienced troop leaders, designed to help you build safe and smart conflict management guidelines for your troop!
On October 1, 2007, five Girl Scout councils merged to form Girl Scouts of Northern California. In the spirit of our 10 year celebration, our CEO Marina Park shares 10 highlights from the last decade that have personally touched her heart and give her hope for our future.