The Girl Scout Movement is turning 107 this year—WHOA! We were founded on March 12, 1912, when Juliette Gordon Low officially registered the organization’s first 18 girl members in Savannah, Georgia. Every year, we celebrate for a whole week, starting with Girl Scout Sunday and ending with the Girl Scout Sabbath. Here’s how you can […]Read More A Girl Scout’s Guide to Girl Scout Week 2019
National Hispanic Heritage Month, celebrated from September 15 through October 15, recognizes and celebrates the history, presence, and contributions of the many (currently 56.6 million!) Latinos living in the United States. Here in Arizona, about 30% of our state’s residents are of Hispanic or Latino origin, and celebrating Hispanic culture is already very much a […]Read More A Girl Scout’s Guide to Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month With Your Troop
Bridging has long been an important part of Girl Scouts. It marks the girls’ transition from one level to the next, honors their achievements alongside their Girl Scout sisters, and celebrates their commitment to the Girl Scout Movement. Here are some tips for helping your girls make their troop’s bridging a fun and memorable occasion for everyone […]Read More Top 5 Tips for an Unforgettable Bridging Ceremony
1. How do I renew myself and/or my girls? It’s simple! Just log-in to your My GS account by clicking on the gold MYGS on our website! Your username is your email address. If you’ve forgotten your password, there is a link there that will send you a reset email. Once logged in, just navigate to […]Read More Top Five Customer Care Questions!
Watch this video with quick tips from GSUSA! Parent Meeting from GirlScoutsUSA on Vimeo.Read More Here’s How I Hold Parent Meetings