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Volunteer Resources

Thank you for volunteering to make a difference in the lives of girls. Volunteers make up the backbone of Girl Scouting, and we couldn't do it without you. You are not alone. The structure of the Girl Scout council is designed to provide you with the support and help you need to do your job.

Forms, Publications, and other Resources

NEW Girl Scouts Family Connection – ENG
NEW Girl Scouts Family Connection – ESP

NEW GSLE New Leader's Guide to Success for 2019-2020

NEW  Volunteer Essentials 2019-2020 is now online. Used for your reference following Leadership Essentials training. The council volunteer forms are searchable on the Forms page.

The Volunteer Toolkit is a digital resource that supports the troop leadership team, making the process of running a troop easier and more efficient.  It is accessible via the MYGS portal. Be sure to also check out the Resource page in the VTK, filled with lots of handy tips and GSUSA/GSLE resources.

The Girl Scout Essentials catalog has everything for Girl Scout Girls and Adults. Click on the catalog and use the left and right arrows to scroll or use the search icon to find an item and zoom icon to see the catalog in greater detail. The best part, you can click on an item within the catalog to go directly to that product page for more details. 

Program Power is mailed to all registered Girl Scout households in mid-August to help plan your Girl Scout year! Additional information can be found throughout the year in the Events Calendar, on the On Your Own page, and via our social media channels.

Safety Activity Checkpoints offers in-depth safety guidelines and tips that adult volunteers use for Girl Scout sports and actvities, ranging from canoeing to surfing to selling cookies. Girls can also use these checkpoints to read their group for a girl-led activity.

The Blue Book of Basic Documents (February 2019) is published by Girl Scouts of the USA and includfes the national constitution, by-laws, policies, and credential information.

To access our council's newsletters (printed and online), visit the council newsletter page here.