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Fall Information Sessions

Girl Scout sign-up season is HERE! Now is the time for girls to make new friends and have exciting experiences in Girl Scouts is now. Girl Scout staff will attend Meet the Teacher and Open House events at your child's school and scheduled information sessions in your neighborhood area. 

Want to know more about Girl Scouts before you register?

Attend an information session at a neighborhood school or virtually to learn about the benefits not only for your child but also for adult volunteers.  You can an informational session near you here.

 

New Member Meetings

Have you joined Girl Scouts and are waiting for your child's placement in a troop? Join us for New Member meetings while you’re waiting! These optional meetings are held virtually twice a month to give your child an opportunity to participate in Girl Scout activities as she waits for her troop to start. These one-hour meetings are a great introduction to Girl Scout activities and traditions.

Girl Scout Fall Product Program

Did you think that girls only had cookie businesses? Not so. In the fall, Girl Scouts has a family and friends Fall Product Program. The program is a money-earning opportunity for troops and girls. Troops earn proceeds to fund their Girl Scout activities for the year, and girls earn rewards by selling nuts, candy, and magazines to family and friends. Girls must be a registered Girl Scout to participate.

Program Highlights

  • The Fall Product Program is a sale for friends and family only.
  • If your troop has started and has a troop fall product manager, you can participate in person and have your girl deliver products to friends and family. Order taking is Sept. 17-Oct 16. 
  • Or, if you’re waiting for your troop to start, you can keep it all online where there's no pre-ordering of inventory and no money collection. This option is available Sept. 17-Nov. 13.
  • Girls get to create an avatar and a personalized video to share their goals with their customers and send emails through their website for customers to order products.

International Day of the Girl

Join us for the celebration of the Day of the Girl. It’s not just a day – it’s a movement! 

Girls worldwide will celebrate International Day of the Girl on Oct. 11. As the largest girl‐led organization, Girl Scouts supports girls on their path to making a difference in the world. Help us celebrate this day by attending our fun-filled celebration and inviting girls to join our organization. 

GSSJC will highlight Day of the Girl with a week of activities from Oct. 9-16. From sticker squads at schools to community service activities, we will celebrate the power of the girl!

On Oct. 11, our council will host a virtual Day of the Girl celebration. We'll have our special guest Olympic medalist Jordan Chiles share how she reached her goals to become a world-class gymnast. You don't want to miss this girl talk!

To attend this virtual event, you must be a registered Girl Scout and register for the event by Sept. 28. We hope you’ll join us.

Visit our International Day of the Girl landing page for all of the latest activity and event information! 

Be sure to register for International Day of the Girl event today!

 

 

Are you interested in knowing what it feels like to be an engineer? If so, The Society of Women Engineers' Invent it. Build it. is the right event for you! On October 22nd from 9am-3:30pm, girls will meet with engineers and learn how they can pursue a future in engineering. All attendees will spend the morning at the Outreach EXPO, where they can learn about local engineering clubs, engineering camps, competitions, after-school programs, scholarships, and more.

Register today through GSevents! 

https://mygs.girlscouts.org/event-detail?id=591RA-InventItBuildIt-CSA-102222