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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, videos, newsletter, virtual programming ,and media toolkit that you can access whenever it’s convenient for you.
Need assistance? Contact helpdesk@gshom.org or call 1-800-497-2688.

 

Safety Activity Checkpoints
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!

Volunteer Essentials
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 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.

Juliette Guidebook
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! 

Traditions & Ceremonies
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.