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Adult Learning Events

Learning Events

What better way to learn than with other dedicated volunteers? We want you to get the training you need and the fun you deserve. At our adult learning events, you’ll learn new ideas that will enrich your troop’s Girl Scout Experience.


Fall Festival 
A fun learning retreat for adult volunteers

Date: October 12-14, 2018
Location: N.E.E.D. Camp at Whiskeytown (near Redding)

Get outdoors and be a girl again at this adults only volunteer training retreat! Experience crafts, games, songs and new skills that will wow you and your girls when you get back home. Certifications in council trainings of Troop Camping, First Aid, and Extended Travel are offered. Come for the day and experience the workshops or spend the night and get so much more as you join your circle of friends around the campfire. Don’t miss out on the fun! To learn more about Fall Festival, check out our 2017 Brochure or visit our Facebook page.

The planning has begun for Fall Festival 2018 and we would love to hear from volunteers that would like to provide a workshop. Please submit your workshop idea to the volunteer committee.  


Dynamic adult learning workshops all in one location! 
Also available to girls in grades 9-12.

Date: January 12, 2019 
Location: Cesar Chavez Middle School, Union City

Discoveree provides knowledge, support, a forum to foster friendships, and networking opportunities to help you gain skills to further enrich the lives of Girl Scouts. Choose from a variety of workshops, such as outdoor skills, songs, games, crafts, and cutting-edge topics about girl development, tailored to your specific Girl Scout needs and goals. 

Thank you to our wonderful volunteer workshop leaders and you, our Girl Scout volunteers for helping us celebrate our 50th golden anniversary of Discoveree in 2018!

Here are just a few comments we received:

  • "Gaining new skills/knowledge that one can share with our troop is the most valuable thing about attending Discoveree." 
  • "Being able to see and do some hands on activities like SWAPS, games and even getting to review the STEM program guide and meeting boxes in person was valuable and useful. I have lots of ideas and practical knowledge now for my troop." 
  • "Getting energized by learning new things and chatting with leaders throughout the San Francisco Bay Area." 
  • "The people—meeting and speaking with other adult volunteers who value Girl Scouts and making great experiences possible for the girls."  

For more information about these events contact or call 800-447-4475 ext. 3.