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As a Girl Scout alumna, you know first hand how transforming a positive program can be in a girl's life. Whether you are actively involved with Girl Scouts or not, you can stay connected through the local and national Girl Scout Alumnae Program


Reconnect and Rediscover

Since 1912 millions of women (and many men) have had their lives positively influenced, sometimes even transformed, by their Girl Scout experience. Whether you are one of the more than 50 million women who were Girl Scouts, including Daisies and Brownies, or you were a volunteer or staff member who helped Girl Scouts reach their full potential, you are forever connected to a rich and vibrant movement. We invite you to stay connected and change girls' lives.

Introduce Yourself

Sign up to join the Girl Scout Alumnae Association. It only takes a moment to create a profile.

Become a Volunteer

Help out at cookie rallies, visit a local troop, or teach a workshop. Donate an hour, a day, or more – whatever fits your schedule. Sign up here!

Join the GSUSA Alumnae Association

Reconnect with Girl Scouts to learn about the amazing things Girl Scouts are doing today and how you can help.

Connect with Gold Award Alliance

Have an inspiring story about how Girl Scouts made a difference in your life or a professional success story? We want to hear it.

The Gold Award Alliance is an elite group of women that have earned the highest award available to them as girl members, including the Golden Eaglet, First Class, Curved Bar, and Girl Scout Gold Award. The Alliance provides an opportunity to reconnect with Girl Scouts through social media, volunteer opportunities, and special events that celebrate your ongoing leadership and service to the community. To become a member register here.


Girl Scout Famous Formers

Congratulations to the 2016 Girl Scout Famous Former honorees! They are Kirkland Kelley, Esq., Partner at Kaufman & Canoles; Carolyn Tyler, Ed.D., Technical Trainer at ICF International; Eileen Livick, Transportation Assistant at Naval Facilities Engineering Command Mid-Atlantic; Mariah Rule, Commander in the United States Navy; Mary Kate Andris, Ed.D., President and CEO of the YWCA of South Hampton Roads; Linda Rice, Ph.D., Vice President of Grants and Community Engagement at the Hampton Roads Community Foundation; and Terri Hathaway, M.A.Ed., Marine Education Specialist at the North Carolina Sea Grant.



Join us in celebrating the 100th anniversary of Girl Scouts' highest award – the Gold Award – in 2016!

This prestigious award is earned by a select group of Girl Scouts who have demonstrated a higher commitment to improving their communities and advocating for sustainable change.

The Gold Award has gone by many names – they include:

  • Golden Eaglet (1919–1939)
  • Curved Bar (1940–1963)
  • First Class (1964–1980)
  • Gold Award (1980–present)

Share YOUR award story! We are featuring stories on our blog and in our GSCCC Gold Award Celebration 2016 digital book found here.


Hear from Girl Scout Alumna Sharon D. Hunt


Once a Girl Scout, Always a Girl Scout!

Whether you were a member for two years or 10 years, once you have become a Girl Scout you’re always a Girl Scout to us, so reconnect with the organization that helped you become the fantastic person you are today!

More Information

GSUSA's Inspiring Women Timeline

GSUSA's Girl Scout Greats

Girl Scout Famous Formers Honoree List

Become a Volunteer