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! Join us at a registration event in your community.
HOW TO JOIN
HOW TO JOIN
1. Attend a recruitment event in your community.
2. Register online.
3. Get to know your Recruitment Specialist – an expert at offering families a Girl Scout experience and introducing you to the Girl Scout volunteers in your neighborhood.
4. Register, by submitting a Girl or Adult Registration Form (links provided below) and the annual membership fee. For the program year that begins October 1, 2015, the $25 girl member fee includes the cost of an annual GSUSA membership of $15 and the GSEM service fee of $10.
Send to: Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts, ATTN: Registration, 265 Beaver St, Waltham, MA 02452
Para Español llama 857-453-5335.
Questions? Call: 1-800-882-1662.
The Girl Scout Leadership Experience
The Girl Scouts Research Institute’s landmark study of girls, Change It Up!, tells us that girls today want to lead by inspiration rather than authority. The Girl Scout Leadership Experience is inclusive and empowering, encouraging cooperative learning while helping girls to develop the skills to lead.
Girls want to be the kind of leader who "stands up for her beliefs and values," and "tries to change the world for the better." The Girl Scout Leadership Experience is inclusive and empowering, encouraging experiential and cooperative learning.
Maybe you’re a science genius or an aspiring writer. Want to try rock climbing or archery? Do you like to ride horses or perform in theatre productions? Girl Scouts offers all of these activities and more!
We welcome all girls in grades K-12. You can sign up any day, year-round. If there isn’t a troop that works for you, consider becoming an independent member. You can do the same things, earn the same awards, and go to the same events as every other Girl Scout. We offer four Pathways to Girl Scouting: Camp, Events, Series and Troop.
We also welcome women and men over the age of 18 to serve as volunteers, working directly with girls or helping the council in event or administrative roles.
Participation, cost, family engagement
The guiding principles of Girl Scouts
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