The Girl Scout Product Programs are a great way for troops to fund their adventures, from indoor skydiving and ziplining to excursions in the Caribbean. Girls not only get entrepreneurial skills and troop funds out of these experiences—they get rewards to use for travel, camp, Gold Awards, programs, and more!
Everything girls do in Girl Scouting is designed to help them grow into an incredible G.I.R.L.—Go-getter, Innovator, Risk-taker, and Leader, and the Fall Product Program is no different! Here’s how to get the most skill-building out of your fall product season.
With the cookie season’s end in sight, it’s time to prepare for a smooth close. In this post, our Product Sales Specialist, Gwen put together a few items to check off your list to help you wrap up the more logistical, business side of your cookie sale.
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!
It’s important to be prepared for our favorite time of year when the largest girl-led business in Northern California opens again. In case the Girl Scout Cookie Program snuck up on you this year, we’ve assembled 5 tips and reminders to get your girls in the cookie selling spirit!
As you’re gearing up for your cookie sale, check out these 14 awards that seamlessly integrate into the Girl Scout Cookie Program and will help your girls kick-off their cookie biz with ease!
From placing your troop’s initial cookie order to reflecting on your troop’s goals, there are a lot of things that have to get done before, during, and after the cookie sale. In this post, Gwen outlines some tasks that all new troop leaders (and returning cookie volunteers) should check off to help them better prepare for the upcoming cookie season!
Design may sound useful in art, but it’s just as important for STEM! Get your girls to start thinking like engineers as they practice the design process and take their cookie booths to the next level.
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.
Our annual Girl Scout Fall Product Program features a wide variety of goodies, like nuts, candy, magazines, and mugs that help teach critical business skills and fund our girls’ amazing adventures. Get ready for this year’s fall product program with these helpful tips and resources!
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!
Girl Scout Cookies power big adventures for girls! Girl Scout travel guru Sandy Norman talks all about her recent trip to Peru with 15 GSNorCal girls (and how Girl Scout Cookies funded their adventure).