Girl Leadership Opportunity
Seeking four Girl Scouts, ages 14-17, to serve on our Board of Directors. Applications due 1/26/15. Learn more and apply today.
Girls decide what adventure to go on next!
Girls, vote now (and vote often) for your choice of four new outdoor badges coming fall 2015.
Read about strategic decisions made at Convention.
Outdoor Survey Results
Read the results of GSUSA's Outdoor Survey.
The 2014-15 Ultimate Program Guide
Make new friends, have fun, try new things and more!
Report: How Girl Scouting Benefits Girls
The impact of STEM, outdoors and cookie programs.
Get Ready for Cookies
2014-15 Cookie Program information has been added to the Cookies & More page. Whether you are a volunteer, a girl who wants to sell cookies, or a cookie lover looking to find cookies near you, check it out! The GSEM cookie sale runs from December 12, 2014 - March 10, 2015.
Check back December 8 for details about where to find cookies near you.
Events/Fundraisers for Adults
Our events help support more than 500 girl programs, volunteer training and financial aid, so that all girls can participate in Girl Scouting. Here are a few of the many ways to support our mission:
Save your appetite for Cookie Creations, where local chefs will use their culinary skills to whip up a delicious original creations using one of the eight varieties of Girl Scout Cookies. Get tickets for the January 15 Boston or January 29 Danvers event.
On March 11, 2015, celebrate our Leading Women, whose accomplishments make them ideal role models for Girl Scouts. The award honors the leadership qualities of courage, confidence and character.
Join our Boston Marathon team of 15 runners who are raising money in support of the council's health and wellness programs.that the Girl Scout organization strives to build in girls.
Sign up. Sign on. Learn.
3rd Wednesday of each month, 12 – 1 PM
December 17, 2014: The ABCs of Selling Girl Scout Cookies — Whether you're new to cookies or a seasoned professional, learn about recent changes and review the important steps to make the girls’ sale successful. We’ll touch on tips and tricks to help girls at each level feel confident and have a great experience, and review some best practices for troop cookie managers. Last day to register is 12/15/14.
Miss out on last month’s webinar? Access it and all of our recordings here!
November 2014: Guiding Your Cadette Journey
Browse the complete archive of Wednesday Webinar recordings.
Events for Girls and Families
There's still time!
Archery (various locations)
Sessions throughout December
Dec. 6, 10-11:30 AM
Gold Award Development Day
Dec. 7, 12:30-5 PM
$15 per girl
Hosted by State Street Corporation, Boston
Tea with Juliette
Junior, Cadette, Senior, Ambassador
Dec. 14, 1-3 PM
Waltham, $9 per girl
Disney On Ice — Worlds of Fantasy
All levels, families welcome
Dec. 19, 7PM
Agganis Arena, Boston, $17 per girl
Girl Scouts and Empowerment Through Sports Leadership Conference
Cadette, Senior, Ambassador and open to non-members
Jan. 25, 2015, 9:30 AM-5 PM
$50 (girl and adult), $75 (non-member)
Hosted by Simmons College, Boston
Be a volunteer! Run into a Girl Scout leader lately? Ask her about starting a troop and you both could get some Girl Scout bling! Look what we have for you and your friend once they start a new Girl Scout Daisy, Brownie, or Junior troop. girlscouts.org/inviteafriend
Can't wait to have the best day ever? Be a Girl Scout! It's easy to join and girls and their families can participate in a variety of activities. Find a Girl Scout recruitment event in your community and register today!
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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