From fantastical fiction to brilliant biographies, picture books to reference books, there are so many wonderful pieces of literature out there. And thanks to our trusty Facebook followers, we’ve put together an awesome list of books that every Girl Scout should read.
In this post, Mary-Jane walks through Step 3 of the Girl Scout Outdoor Progression Chart, Move Out, by sharing tips on how to plan your first walk outside. From choosing the perfect path to deciding how to dress, Mary-Jane has pro-tips to help you and your girls Move Out!
The Volunteer Toolkit is a digital resource that supports troop leaders and co-leaders, making the process of running a troop easier and more efficient. In early 2018, GSUSA rolled out a few enhancements that you should definitely take some time to get to know – a major update to the Resources tab, an all-new interactive Help Menu, and Smart Tips designed to make VTK usage a breeze!
GGB is a once-in-a-lifetime experience for girls bridging to Cadettes! Marissa shares her Golden Gate Bridging story, from the perspective of a girl, volunteer, and GSNorCal staff member.
Today’s girls face unique pressures and gender stereotypes, but at Girl Scouts, girls learn the skills, have the experiences, and cultivate the relationships that enable them to soar in life. No one does girl leadership better than we do, and here’s why.
The Girl Scout Cookie Program brings out tons of goal-getters, like Junior Girl Scout, Allura. Last year, Allura sold 4,018 boxes of cookies, so she’s here to share some exclusive insights about how your girls can increase their cookie sales and exceed their goals!
Bridging across the iconic Golden Gate Bridge is a spectacular experience! In this post, our resident Golden Gate Bridging expert (and event manager!) shares her insider tips to help you get the most out of your day at GGB.
In today’s world, “diversity” can often seem like a buzzword that’s difficult to fully define, but diverse perspectives can bring diverse ideas, solutions, experiences, and more. Are you making sure that your troop is open to all potential members?