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2015 Volunteer Conference
Learn more about this important free event for volunteers on our volunteer webpage.
VIDEO: Find the fun at camp!
Community Office Hours
Take care of troop-related business or learn about Girl Scouts from a Recruitment Specialist in your community.
Report: How Girl Scouting Benefits Girls
The impact of STEM, outdoors and cookie programs.
Fun for the Whole Family!
What could make camp even better? Sharing the fun with the whole family! Enjoy swimming, canoeing, archery or singing songs around the campfire. Explore the outdoors for a day or even a weekend—including special mom/daughter and dad/daughter days at beautiful Camp Menotomy in Meredith, NH. Family camp makes a great summer outing or an affordable vacation getaway for camp lovers of all ages.
- Family Camping Weekends at Camp Menotomy, Meredith, NH
- NEW! Family Camping Overnight at Camp Cedar Hill, Waltham, MA
- NEW! Family Fun Days at Camps Maude Eaton, Cedar Hill, Favorite, Runels and Wind-in-the-Pines
Visit our family camp page for more program information and a registration link.
Girl Scouts' Highest Award
We are celebrating our 2015 Gold Awardees; girls who have earned the highest award in Girl Scouting by addressing a community need with a sustainable take action project. We will profile several at a time, but you can read about all 2015 Gold Award recipients here.
Sara Jezowski, Danvers, started an on-campus club to educate students and the administration about laws for religious clubs in schools. The club lifted spirits after a tragic loss by making cards and hosting prayer circles.
Natasha Joglekar, Weston, sought to educate people about the importance of organ donation. She created a donor education class, her informational website, and a Facebook page.
Megan Kistner, Wayland, produced a street fair to educate families in Dorchester about nutrition, physical activity, eye and dental health, and the importance of hand washing.
Megan Koeller, Hopkinton, helped students relate mathematical concepts to the real world through baking. Due to her weekly sessions, she saw a strong improvement is students' comprehension.
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3rd Wednesday of each month, 12 – 1 PM
Aug. 19, 2015 – Guiding Your Ambassador Journey
Explore fun and easy ways to engage girls in Journey activities and to help them plan for their Take Action project. We will highlight the themes of all three Journeys and how to customize them to fit your troop's interest. Register here. Last day to register is 8/17/15.
Miss out on last month’s webinar? Access it and all of our recordings here:
July 2015: Guiding Your Senior Journey
Browse the complete archive of Wednesday Webinar recordings.
Mark your calendar for the GSEM 2015 Volunteer Conference—Sunday, October 4, 2015
All Girl Scout adults are invited to participate in our annual conference to kick off another great year of Girl Scouting. Event highlights include training and enrichment workshops, time for networking, and opportunities for hands-on learning. Register today!
Events for Girls and Families
There's still time!
Have Girl Scout fun all summer long! Score tickets to a New England Revolution soccer game, Lowell Spinners baseball games, or a Boston Red Sox game! Make a splash and get on board a whale watch or paddle board! For a full list of Girl Scout programs, check out our program guide online.
Can't wait to have the best day ever? Spring re-registration is now open. Re-register today!
Be a volunteer! Run into a Girl Scout leader lately? Ask her about starting a troop, especially a Daisy, Brownie, or Junior troop.
If you have questions about joining, our Recruitment Specialists are at-the-ready to help and they will introduce you to Girl Scouts in your neighborhood.
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