At Girl Scouts, we care about your experience, good or bad, and we want to hear from you! In April, Girl Scouts of the USA will be conducting a national survey with girls, parents/guardians and troop volunteers called Girl Scout Voices Count to find out what’s working, and what’s not, in Girl Scouts. We will … Continue reading Your voice counts! Girl Scout Voices Count survey coming in April.
Tuesday, November 8 is the deadline to apply for the Prudential Spirit of Community Awards.If your Girl Scout made a difference through volunteering over the past year, she could win $1,000 and a fabulous trip to Washington, D.C. by applying for a Prudential Spirit of Community Award! This award recognizes young people by encouraging volunteerism … Continue reading Prudential Spirit of Community Awards Applications Due November 8!
CURRENT REGISTRATION AND BACKGROUND CHECK NEEDED FOR ALL VOLUNTEERS Reminder that all volunteers need to be registered in the current year and have passed a background check within the past 3 years. If your background check has expired, you should have received an email giving you a link to renew online. Misplace the link? Contact … Continue reading Refer-A-Friend Volunteer Promotion 11/15/16 to 12/15/16 – EARN $50 ONLINE SHOP CERTIFICATE!
Girl Scouts of California’s Central Coast is filling a vital community need.It’s the place for girls to have fun and try new experiences such as turning ordinary household items into robots, convincing the mayor to install a swing for special-needs children in a park, having a first camp-out, kayaking, or hiking Pinnacles or Channel Islands … Continue reading Fill a Vital Community Need
Warm Welcome to New Staff!Amanda Hofmann-Handy is joining the Program and Volunteer Services team as the Manager of Outdoor Experience and STEM. She will be working out of Camp Arnaz. Amanda holds a degree in Environmental Studies, and has a strong background in zoology, conservation, and biodiversity. She is an avid outdoors woman; enjoying both camping … Continue reading September GSCCC News