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Cookies, outdoors, and STEM are part of the journey—changing the world is the destination! Find a Girl Scout troop near you and join today.

Introduce troops to awesome experiences that change their perspectives and broaden their worlds. Volunteer today!



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Regional Delegate Recruitment

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Calling all Girl Scouts! Do you want to take an active role in steering the future of Girl Scouting? Girl Scouts age 14+ and adults are invited to apply to serve as Regional Delegates representing GSEMA locally, and lending their voices to important Girl Scout policy making. Visit our website to learn more and apply for this influential volunteer role! 

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Get Your Girl Scout On: Program Opportunities Available Now!

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Want more fun ways to build courage, confidence, and character in Girl Scouting? Look no further than the GSEMA Program List! From advancing your STEM education, to mastering life skills, daring to explore the outdoors, and fostering every girl’s inner entrepreneurial spirit—we’ve got the program for you. We also offer tons of amazing training sessions for our volunteers, so you can be fully prepared for wherever your Girl Scouting adventures take you!

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Seeking Girl Scout Youth Board Members

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Girl Scouts between the ages of 14-17 are invited to apply to serve a one-year term on GSEMA’s 2023-24 Board of Directors! This is a unique leadership opportunity for older Girl Scouts to work in partnership with adult board members, and to make a difference in their communities. Interested Girl Scouts should submit an application along with one recommendation online by November 24 to be eligible for consideration. 

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UPCOMING EVENTS

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MEMBER BENEFITS

Explore GSEMA member benefits and sign up to attend special events!

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