Our refreshed Girl Scout member account management system is LIVE, and we’re so excited! We’ve been busy making updates to our membership and troop account management system (known as “myGS”) to make it easier than ever to manage your household’s Girl Scout memberships and keep track of your Girl Scout experiences.Continue >
As novel coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to be of growing concern in Northern California, Girl Scouts of Northern California will take all possible and appropriate measures to ensure girls continue to have a safe, fun, one-of-a-kind experience at Girl Scouts. If you have questions about how novel coronavirus may impact Girl Scout activities, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 800-447-4475—we're here for you.Continue >
09 Apr 2021
Despite a truly unexpected year, Girl Scouts showed their capacity for resilience. From at-home activities to virtual summer camp, we are proud of the work Girl Scouts of Northern California did in 2020.
01 Apr 2021
No one knows how to cheer girls on, lift them up, or celebrate their strengths better than you. That’s why GSNorCal is here to support you every step of the way as you help sign girls in your troop and service units up for another year of Girl Scouts. This year we have some amazing rewards for girl and adult members.
19 Mar 2021
All delegates (voting members) and Girl Scout members age 14 and older are invited to join us virtually on Saturday, April 17, 2021, from 10 AM-12:30 PM for our council’s 14th Annual Meeting!
01 Mar 2021
The Cookie Program has been extended through March 31 and girls can now host contactless pick-up sites using their Digital Cookie online shop! Review our contactless order pick-up site guidance and make sure to review our in-person Cookie Program Guidance to get started.
25 Feb 2021
For the past ten years, the arrival of February has meant that Mountain View's Girl Scout Troop 61513 pays a visit to Redwood Villa Retirement Home to make valentines with the residents, play games and spend some time together. This year, despite the pandemic, the tradition not only carried on, albeit in a different form, but it also grew significantly.