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!
From childhood allowances to grown-up paychecks, your girls will encounter money everywhere they go. That’s why in Girl Scouts, we aim to teach girls the value of money early-on, so here are five handy tips for helping your girls learn to handle money just in time for your next Girl Scout Cookie season!
Looking for that extra something that will give your troop a leg up during your Girl Scout Cookie sale? Check out these 3 fun ways to make sure your cookie booth stands out this year!
Whether this is your first Cookie Program or your fortieth, we’ve got some tips to help you teach girls about setting goals and how to achieve them!
What’s the best way to celebrate the start of this year’s Girl Scout Cookie program? With a troop cookie kickoff, of course! In honor of 100+ years of Girl Scouts selling cookies, here are 7 fun ways to get your girls excited (and prepared!) for the cookie program.
Did you know that girls who use the Digital Cookie platform sell, on average, 1-2 boxes more per order than they do with in-person sales? Help your Girl Scout take her cookie business to the 21st century with these easy tips for success with Digital Cookie!
Want to help your girls meet their goals and sell more Girl Scout Cookies? We found a 2,000+ box seller to supply you with eight tried-and-true tips for you to share with your girls so they can be the best cookie sellers they can be!
Girl Scout Cookies provide girls with unforgettable experiences, making them a whole lot more than just a tasty treat. Opt for Cookie Reward Cards and your girls can fund their next outdoor adventure!
Now that this year’s Girl Scout Cookie Program is coming to a close, it’s time to sit back, relax, reflect on your achievements, and #treatyoself (and your girls) to a bit of R&R. To get you started, here are 3 fun ways to celebrate the end of cookie season with your troop!
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).
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.
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!