Whether your last troop meeting was yesterday or 20 years ago, the
bonds of sisterhood are never-ending.
As an alumna, you know just how transforming Girl Scouts can be in a
girl’s life. Think of all the wow-moments you experienced. From the
accomplishment you felt when earning your first badge to the memories
you made while enjoying gooey S’mores over a crackling campfire, you
now have the power to help girls—just like the one you used to
be—uncover more of those special moments.
By sharing your talents, stories, and time with us, you can inspire
a new generation of Girl Scouts. We would also love for you to join us
throughout the year at one of our events—they are the perfect place to connect with
other Girl Scout alumnae.
Your next steps? Become a member of our Alumnae Association and we’ll update you on
what’s new and inspire you with stories of girls and alumnae who are
making the world a better place.
Because I was a Girl Scout
Joanne Felker: “I met the man of my dreams, I have the best friends
for life and raised children to continue those same principles on to
the next generation."
"I became a leader along with two friends in 1988 and our troop
stayed together for 12 years, with 12 of them getting their Silver
Awards and 8 of them receiving their Gold awards."
Sarah Garcia: "My viewpoint changed from a narrow personal
standpoint to a wide global perspective, helping me to appreciate the
various cultures within my immediate community as well as during my travels."
"The single most impactful experience in Girl Scouts for me
would be earning the Gold Award."