Whether you're a girl looking for fun and friendship, or an adult looking for a way to make a real difference in a girl's life, Girl Scouts is for you!
CEO Ruth Bramson retires
Ruth Bramson has announced her retirement after more than 5 years leading the council. Read BBJ article.
Unique leadership opportunity for girls, ages 14-17
Seeking 2014-2017 National Council Delegates
Represent the council in Salt Lake City, October 16-19, 2014. Apply online by December 6.
Long Range Property Plan
Countdown to the Cookie Sale
Upcoming Council events
December 7: Girl Scout Cookie Rally
December 13: Cookie Kick off!
December 13: Dive-in Movie
January 17: Celtics game
Ongoing: Visit to the Girl Scout Museum
Ongoing: Cradles to Crayons
Sign up. Sign on. Learn. 3rd Wednesday of each month
12 – 1 p.m. & repeated 7 – 8 p.m.
December 18: ABCs of Selling Girl Scout Cookies
Whether you are new to cookies or a seasoned professional, learn about recent changes and review the important steps to make your cookie sale successful. This webinar shows how to access SNAP, review the online payment system and share the different ways our girls sell cookies. Last day to REGISTER is Dec. 16.
Miss out on our previous sessions? Below is a sampling of our recorded sessions:
Activating the Friends & Family Network
Service Unit Team Symposium 2.0
Pathways for Older Girls
Stopping Cliques before they start
Communication strategies for Inclusion
Let Go, Let Girls
Browse the complete archive of Wednesday Webinar recordings.
Join / Únete
Girl Scouts has a whole new approach to make it easy for all girls to join. We offer four Pathways - ways that girls and their families can participate - Camp, Events, Series and Troop. Can't wait to have the best day ever? Register for Girl Scouts anytime! All re-registration is done online. Questions? Contact us. Trying to reach someone in particular? Try our Membership Services Staff Directory.
¡Conviértete en una Girl Scout y únete a la diversión! ¡Ve ahora! Para Español llama 857-453-5335.
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