This orientation will prepare you to take Girl Scouts on non-camp, 1-2 night outings. This will allow you to take girls to indoor council-sponsored events and indoor overnights
We offer a variety of resources and networking opportunities to help volunteers feel confident leading girls. Interested and new volunteers should refer to our Become a Volunteer page for more information.
New troop leader? We’ve got you covered. Check out the New Leader’s Guide to Success, a resource designed especially for you!
LEAD Online is our online learning platform. Continually updated with new trainings, documents, resources, videos and more, LEAD Online creates learning pathways for service unit teams, new leaders, the friends and family network, and other volunteers. Contact Customer Care at firstname.lastname@example.org or 844-306-4736 to request access to LEAD Online.
Online trainings include: Troop Pathway Orientation, level-specific Essentials for new leaders, Step-up! Trainings for bridging leaders, Financing the Fun for help with troop money management, and more.
The Volunteer Toolkit (VTK) is a digital K-5 program tool that gives troop leaders program content, troop management tools, and other resources to make running a troop easier than ever. Log in today! Click on My GS in the upper right corner to get started.
Ready for more adventures? Camping, overnights, and excursions are
some of the most memorable experiences in Girl Scouting. Make sure
you’re prepared! Many programs require safety or outdoor skills
training in order to keep girls safe and provide them with the best
possible experiences. Visit our troop
camping webpage for details about outdoor training opportunities
and requirements, as well as information on outdoor adventures. For
overnights not on GSEMA property, be sure to complete a Girl
Scout Activity Form for required pre-approval four weeks in
advance of your activity.
What training do I need?