There are more than 10,000 girls in San Bernardino and Riverside counties whose lives are changed as a direct result of the efforts of Girl Scout Volunteers like you! Without adults playing many pivotal roles, Girl Scouting couldn’t happen. Whether you’re a leader, trainer, parent or guardian, volunteer, mentor or play any other role, you awaken in girls their promise to develop to their full potential to make the world a better place.
Get the forms you need, find training events in your area, download worksheets and tools that will help make your job as a volunteer easier! Check it out, and make sure you keep coming back - we're making changes every day to make this a better and more useful resource for you. If you have suggestions, just let Chuck know!
Find out what it's like knowing you are helping to shape the lives of young women. How much time is needed? What is the financial cost? Will there be training? Get all your questions answered and much more!
Find out when adult trainings are being offered in your area. Plus, you'll be able to see dates for upcoming events such as LeaderFest, Party Gras, HGGO and more!
We know Girl Scouts collectively spend thousands of hours annually giving back to their communities! Share your community service projects and hours with us and we'll share it with the world! Complete the Girl Scouts in the Community log each time your daughter or troop completes a community service activity.
Has your Girl Scout Troop or Juliette done an interesting activity or a community service project? Use this easy online form to let us know. We're always looking for great stories to feature in our newsletter, on our websites, or to share with local news media.
Our News section features all the latest news you need to know. Click on your regional news page to find information, updates, deadlines and activities for your region.
We know this is one of the single most important needs of a Girl Scout volunteer. Get all the forms you need and download a Resource Guide to help make your jobs (and lives) easier!
Starting out as a Girl Scout volunteer can be scary. We'll make it a little easier by providing some basics - Girl Scout 101 and Glossary of Terms, GSLE Toolkit, Journey Worksheets, First Five Meeting Suggestions and details of Insignia Placement. Plus, learn more about the Council's own badges and patches.
Facebook is a great way to get a quick answer to your questions and connect with other volunteers and council staff. Check it out!
Check out photos from council and troop events! Would you like to see your troop photos featured in this section? Submit your photos here.