Our hearts are with our communities impacted by the Northern California fires. We are grateful for the firefighters, first responders, and volunteers who are helping to fight the fires, save lives, and support those who have lost so much in the Shasta/Trinity counties and beyond.
Learn more about how your troop can support Girl Scouts affected by the Northern California fires.
Girl Scouts of the USA has released 30 new badges and 2 new Journeys in environmental stewardship, space science, robotics, and more to help girls create positive change in their communities—and beyond!
With new badges and Journeys (available now!) for girls ages 5–18, the new programming enhances the time tested, one-of-a-kind leadership experience that has prepared countless women and girls to excel in life.Continue >
17 Sep 2018
Members of Troop 11302 created a hummingbird garden and bee habitat to earn their Silver Award.
01 Sep 2018
Set up your online store for the Fall Product Program and ask questions, before brushing up on your entrepreneurial skills with a variety of fun activities!
22 Aug 2018
Want to backpack in the California wilderness with fellow Girl Scouts? Attend the Backpacking Interest Group's events!
15 Aug 2018
Troop 10718 in Windsor, CA took action, and donated essential school supplies to over 200 students throughout Lake County who lost their homes in the fires last fall.
13 Aug 2018
SecurityIntelligence, a cybersecurity blog and podcast by IBM that reaches high level executives in the security tech sector, reached out to us to feature a positive story on Girl Scout’s cyber security programming and new STEM badges, the importance of Girl Scouts STEM programming, and how Girl Scouts and girls in general can help fill the skills gap in emerging tech and cybersecurity work.