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As Girl Scout alums, you know just how transforming Girl Scouts can be. We’re the preeminent leadership development organization for girls—and with programs from coast to coast and around the globe, Girl Scouts offers every girl a chance to practice a lifetime of leadership, adventure, and success.

Girl Scout alums have made significant contributions across society—breaking ground and effecting change as leaders in government and in the boardroom, excelling in STEM and the arts, and so much more. 

Here are a few ways you can stay connected to the largest leadership development organization for girls in world:

1. Follow the Girl Scout Network on LinkedIn

As a Girl Scout, you’re a leader, a change-maker, and a risk-taker—and your achievements are worth recognizing. Whether you earned your Gold Award or mentored younger girls in your Service Unit; whether you were a Girl Board Member or helped plan Lead the Way, the lessons you learned in Girl Scouts have prepared you to practice a lifetime of leadership in your career. Your Girl Scout experience separates you from other candidates, so make sure to include your experiences on your resume!

For tips on how to create a standout LinkedIn profile that highlights your trailblazing Girl Scout experiences, check out our toolkit.

2. Register as a GSNorCal alum and join a local alum association

Alum groups are a great way to make new friends, expand your network, and stay involved in Girl Scouts. In Northern California, we have three active Alum Association chapters: San Francisco Bay AreaNorth Coast, and South Bay. Whether you want to network with other young professionals, give back to local girls, or get outdoors after a long day at work or in class, your alum group can make it happen!

3. Become a lifetime member

Pay the one-time membership fee for a lifetime of G.I.R.L. (Go-getter, Innovator, Risk-taker, Leader)™ moments.

As a lifetime member, you will unleash the power of G.I.R.L. in YOU as you become one of more than 50 million G.I.R.L.s taking the lead to accomplish amazing things every day. 

Don't forget to subscribe to GSUSA's bimonthly newsletter,  News from Girl Scouts, that covers the latest happenings in the Girl Scout Movement.

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