You’re invited to join Girl Scouts!
Whether your girl is a dreamer, comedian, explorer, or something uniquely her own, she’s welcome at Girl Scouts. Find what makes her shine with friends and mentors by her side. Helping girls build their courage, confidence, and character since 1912.
Your new friends can't wait to meet you.
Right now, Girl Scouts are meeting furry friends at their local animal shelters, giggling past lights-out at sleepovers, and learning how their favorite roller coasters work.
Above all else, they’re having a blast—because they know bringing the fun is all about being their true selves, trying new things, and cheering each other on.
Get ready to join the crew and bring a bit more happy to your life.
Try out Girl Scouts & Learn More!
You’re invited! Join us at one of our upcoming events where your girl will meet other girls in her grade and try out some fun activities (did someone say Animal Dance party?) You’ll learn more about the Girl Scout experience and get answers to any questions you may have.
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Ready to join?
There are two types of troops in the Opportunity Catalog:
Existing troops with openings for new girls
"Forming Troops" which are looking for new leaders and girls
Put yourself and/or your girl in one troop of your choice. (Find out more about starting a new troop here).
Need help? Email email@example.com or give us a call at 410.358.9711 and we'll provide support along the way.
Need to know more so you can decide what's right for you? Check out all the different ways to take the lead at Girl Scouts. Or, see all the exciting possibilities Girl Scouts offers for girls of all ages and choose your adventure.
Help Girl Scouts discover their place in the world.
Ever want to forget everybody else’s expectations and just…be you? When you volunteer with Girl Scouts, you’ll be creating a community where being your unfiltered, goofiest, most authentic self is the absolute best thing you can be.
Our local volunteers lead with their hearts and spark imaginations. They help Girl Scouts explore unique interests and unlock their potential.