Clicking on the Girl Scouts Heart of Central California logo will take you to the council website.
Empowering the Minds of Tomorrow
Bridging the Gap with Diversity
and Leading our Girls into
tomorrow with self awareness.
Our young ladies work towards
leadership, meaningful goals,
sisterhood and community awareness.
You are invited to visit our website and
take our journey with us as we start
out on new adventures.
The Girl Scout Leader(s) will cross-reference the information provided on the GSMembers website and will contact you to inquire an email address for your daughter(s) so the Girl Scout Leader(s) can create an account for you and your daughter(s) on this website to upload files for badge work purposes, which will adhere to the Girl Scout Internet Safety Pledge.
Important note: Every girl must have their own unique email address in order for the account(s) to be configured correctly on this website so they can upload their own work.
Please contact the Troop Leader(s) if you need assistance uploading your badge work online. Thank you!
Across the country, the Girl Scout community is hard at work on a whole new approach to make sure that everyone can participate in Girl Scouting in the ways they want to. As a volunteer, you can choose from flexible ways to participate that can be tailored to fit your schedule and lifestyle. You can also volunteer behind the scenes, in a GS office, instead of volunteering directly with girls.
Girls can choose any one, all, or some of the options—camp, events, series, troop, travel— within a single membership year.
As a volunteer, you, too, have the option of partnering with girls throughout a membership year or committing to an opportunity for only a few weeks or months. Based on independent research and extensive surveys with thousands of council staff members from around the country, we have a good sense of which options will interest girls, based on their grade levels. These are reflected in this chart:
Girls of all levels can explore their skills and interests while helping to shape a variety of fun and enriching leadership experiences that inspire them to reach their personal best. No matter where and how girls participate, they get the necessary guidance from adult volunteers and council staff to develop leadership skills and understand how those skills can be used to make a difference in the world.