Once a Girl Scout. Always a Girl Scout.
Claim Your Place in 100 Years of History
Your Girl Scout years taught you important life skills. From your first overnight away from home to articulate saleswoman skills in the Girl Scout Cookie Program, Girl Scouts gave you the courage, confidence and character to succeed.
Fifty million American women have had their lives positively influenced—sometimes transformed—by their Girl Scout experience. We recognize that alumnae are the heartbeat of our organization and the key to its vitality. Alumnae embody a living history of friendships, shared discoveries and all the other rich memories that scouting creates. We would love to include you in our Alumnae Association. Our goal is to identify and engage our alumnae in the mission, tradition, life and future growth of Girl Scouting. Whatever your connection, we would like to hear from you!
The Girl Scout Alumnae Association is open to
- Women who were girl members, including Girl Scout Daisies or Girl Scout Brownies, at any time
- Women and men who were or are volunteers, including board members
- Women and men who were or are staff members