Learn what awards and recognitions are available to Girl Scout volunteers.
How to Nominate a Volunteer for an Award
Learn how to request a Trained Leader ID Pin, Years of Membership Pin, Years of Service Pin and how to nominate a fellow volunteer for the Volunteer of Excellence Award, Appreciation, Honor, Thanks Badge or Thanks Badge II Awards.
PB & J (Proficiency Badges & Journeys)
Learn how to customize the Girl Scout program to fit the needs of your group. PB & J stands for Proficiency Badges and Journeys.
Learn how to link badge work and other activities to your Journey experience.
Suggestions on Incorporating Badges, Field Trips and Other Girl Scout Traditions into Your Journey
Learn where to find suggestions for badges, trips ideas and other Girl Scout traditions that would enhance the Journey experience.
Where to Find Online Learning Resources
Learn where to find valuable resources for the volunteer on the GSNIM website.
VERB (Volunteer Essentials Resource Book)
This tutorial explores the essential resources needed for the Girl Scout volunteer to carry out her role with the organization.
Three Processes for Girl Scout Volunteers
When you use the 3 Processes, you'll find that volunteering with Girl Scouts is easier - and more fun! When you see how well girls can lead, you can relax and enjoy the process. Remember: it's the journey, not the destination, that benefits girls the most.
Intro to Journeys - GSLE
To understand why the Journeys are developed in the way they are, you must first understand the Girl Scout Leadership Experience (GSLE) model.
All girls in Girl Scouts participate in Take Action projects. This short tutorial is a great way for girls, volunteers and parents to learn more about what makes up a Take Action project.
Journey Adult How To Guide
The Journeys are the main resource for the providing the Girl Scout program. Take a closer look at the Journey Adult How to Guide and how you and the girls can benefit by using this guide.
The Three Journey Series
Explore the three Journey series choices for each grade level.
Girl Scout Leadership Experience (GSLE)
It is important to understand the Girl Scout Leadership Experience (GSLE) because it the foundation for the girl Scout program.
Girl Scout Jeopardy
Try your hand at Jeopardy and see how well you know the new policies for the 2014-15 Girl Scout membership year.
It's All In The Delivery
Learn how 6 important delivery components fit into the overall success of your Journey adventures.
What Does Girl Led Look and Sound Like?
Recognize the signs of a girl-led troop.
Earning Badges - Educate; Don't Decorate
Earning badges is fun, right? Badges serve an important function of teaching girls new skills, inspiring them to make a difference in the world and adding adventure to the Girl Scout program. Don’t get caught up in using them to decorate girls’ sashes or vests.
Leading a Girl Led Troop
Evaluate your skills in leading a girl-led troop.
Take the Girl Scout Challenge
Try your hand at completing this challenge of various Girl Scout trivia, quizzes and other engaging games. You might even learn a thing or two!
It's Time to Talk Safety
Read through the 12 Girl Scout safety guidelines and check out the adult-to-girl ratio chart.
Managing Troop Finances
Learn the procedures for opening a troop bank account and reporting troop finances. Also learn a few troop money management tips.
Linking an Activity to the GSLE - Consensus Building
Learn to analyze a Girl Scout activity to see how it fits the GSLE.