Our Adult Training courses and workshops can greatly enhance your Girl Scout Volunteer experience. Need your required volunteer training? Want to learn about how to organize your troop for the year? Yearn to learn songs and ceremonies you can teach your girls? Have no clue what a SWAP is? Fear not, fearless leader! Training for all of this and more is available.
Check out our Events Page for our current offerings and online registration. For your convenience, online registration for classes is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. For questions, email email@example.com.
gsLearn gives you easy access to online and in-person learning opportunities as well as the ability to track all your accomplishments! Learn at your own pace, access additional resources, and repeat info when you need it!
gsLearn Login Instructions:
If you are a registered Girl Scout adult volunteer, you can access gsLearn as soon as your membership is active by following these instructions:
More of a visual learner? No worries! Follow these step-by-step screenshots to login in to gsLearn.
Some courses may be assigned to you by virtue of your volunteer role (Troop Leader, Service Unit Volunteer, Product Sale Manager, etc.). These will be found directly on your gsLearn dashboard.
Occasionally a course assigned to you might be mandatory and/or have a time limit for completion (example: New Leader Training), but most courses are available to you without conditions.
Courses and learning paths in the Content Library can be filtered by category or topic, or searched if you know the name of the course.
The Content Library also contains Movement-wide courses and learning paths created by GSUSA that may enhance your learning experience.
When completing a course it may be paused, stopped, and restarted as needed without losing your progress.
Every effort will be made to have an accurate record of each learner’s essential course completions and certifications available to view in gsLearn, based on current data. However, adding those records will take time and we thank you for your patience as we continue to upload records over the coming months.
Yes. You may upload completion certificates for courses not taken through GSSEF to gsLearn through the External Learning tab in Achievements. Your external courses will be viewable in Achievements separately from your regular gsLearn course completions.
Try these things first:
Please note that gsLearn is not consistently accessible by mobile phones at this time; GSUSA is working to resolve this issue.
If you’ve tried the above and you’re unable to access gsLearn, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
To add a profile picture, select My Profile & Settings in the upper right menu.
To exit gsLearn, select myGS in the left navigation pane to go back to the myGS landing page.
Note: Do not adjust your username or password in gsLearn settings. Please contact email@example.com to make these changes. Any changes made to your gsLearn profile will not be reflected in your membership profile.
Orientation training is required for all new leaders and must be taken within 60 days. By taking this first step in your leadership experience you will gain essential knowledge of the policies and procedures of Girl Scouts of Southeast Florida. Know the do’s and don’ts of GSSEF!
Get just about everything you need as a Girl Scout volunteer, including basic facts and forms, as well as tips on planning outdoor activities, managing troop finances, promoting safety, arranging trips, selling cookies, and more.
Troop Essentials is an orientation class for new Girl Scout leaders. It provides information on how to set-up your troop, from deciding when, where, and how often to meet and how-to’s on managing troop finances, to working with parents. This class will inform and inspire you in your new role as a Troop Leader.
Sign into your myGS account and head to gsLearn to get started!
Learn how this fully customizable digital planning tool can save you time and energy all year long, so that you can focus on unleashing the G.I.R.L. (Go-getter, Innovator, Risk-taker, Leader)™ in her, ensuring she has every opportunity she deserves to build a lifetime of leadership, success, and adventure.
Welcome to the Explore Tab! This video introduces how volunteers use the pre-built or select your own year plan options from the Explore Tab.
Learn how to set reoccurring meeting dates, times and locations using the Manage Calendar link.
This video goes over the year plan tab and all of its features such as changing meeting dates, adding activities and other tools available.
See what the Meeting Plan Tab does and everything it has to offer. This shows the tools available and how to customize the agenda with activity options.
These classes are offered to enhance your experience and add to your leadership “toolbox.” Be sure to check out classes that will prepare you to lead the girls in a new skill like camping, canoeing or archery. These classes are offered throughout the year. Find upcoming classes on gsEvents >>
Our council's newest resource for troop leaders is our STEM Badge in a Box program. Our hope with this program is that we will be able to provide you and your troop with the guidance, as well as the materials, to successfully complete this badge requirement. Leaders will be able to reserve boxes that contain everything your troop will need to earn their Grade-level STEM Badges. Throughout the year we will add more boxes to increase the variety of grades and types of Badges. Learn more and reserve your box today >>
This program is provided in partnership with Palm Beach County Youth Services Department.
Read or download Safety Activity Checkpoints (updated April 2020).
If a Safety Activity Checkpoint does not exist for an activity you and the girls are interested in, check with the council before making any definite plans with the girls. A few activities are allowed only with written council pre-approval and only for girls 12 and over, while some are off-limits completely. If you have a question about a SAC requirement or activity approval, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also consult the GSSEF Volunteer Policies and Procedures and Volunteer Essentials Manual for additional information.