Every adult in Girl Scouts is responsible for the physical and emotional safety of girls, and we follow these guidelines at all times. From archery to hiking, outdoor cooking to ziplining, get checklists to help everyone stay safe—and have fun!
You belong to a network of nearly 1 million adults who share an important commitment: preparing girls to lead successful lives.
Now you can prepare yourself to be more successful!
Check out these online resources, forms,
programming ,and media
toolkit that you can access whenever it’s convenient for
Need assistance? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1-800-497-2688.
Get just about everything you need as a Girl Scout volunteer, including basic facts and forms, as well as tips on planning outdoor activities, managing troop finances, promoting safety, arranging trips, selling cookies, and more.
The Troop Leader’s official source for delivering easy & fun troop meetings year-round! With this step-by-step guide, you can start your troop year strong and stay up to date on all things Girl Scouts for your troop! But wait, it's not just for troop leaders, caregivers of Girl Scouts in troops, or caregivers of individually registered girls, also known as Juliettes, and finance volunteers all have access as well.
To learn about the
different access types of the
Volunteer Toolkit there are video lessons on gsLearn or these packets:
Volunteer Toolkit User Guide - Troop Leader
Volunteer Toolkit User Guide Caregiver of an IRG (Juliette)
· Volunteer Toolkit User Guide Troop Finance Volunteer
Blue Book of Basic Documents
Contains important information and source documents, including the Constitution of Girl Scouts of the United States of America, bylaws, policies, credentials criteria and standards for councils, our Congressional Charter, and more.
Named after Juliette Gordon Low, the founder of Girl Scouts, a Girl Scout Juliette is an individual Girl Scout, mentored by a parent or other adult. She is able to build a custom Girl Scouting experience, while enjoying all Girl Scouts has to offer. It is an adventure created for her by her, whenever she wants!
Ceremonies are a traditional and very important part of Girl Scouting. Ceremonies connect us to each other, honor milestones and events, celebrate accomplishments, explore meaning, celebrate good times, and create a sense of unity. As Girl Scouts is girl-led, girls must always be involved when planning a ceremony.