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Online Support for Volunteers


We're on track to Go-Live with our enhanced Volunteer Systems platform in early December, just a short time away. Our goal is to make sure our volunteer and member communities our ready! To transition to the enhanced platform it will be necessary to have a system downtime. Our downtime will start November 18 at 11:59 PM.

IMPORTANT: This will temporarily restrict your access and the ability for many tasks to be completed. Please review the Readiness List so you can take action before November 18 and Be Prepared!  


This new system will give volunteers more just-in-time training, both online and in-person learning opportunities, and the ability to track all your accomplishments! Learn at your own pace, access additional resources, and repeat info when you need it!

Login Instructions

If you are a registered member with a background check and a valid email, you can access gsLearn via instructions below. Only these volunteers will have access to gsLearn. Sign in to gsLearn through the website with MY GS sign in login information and click on gsLearn.

We’ve got a refreshed member account management system designed with you in mind coming soon! There's a few steps you need to take to prepare.

Important Details

Starting soon, you will find cleaner views, more features and functions, and enhanced search options that will make it easier for you to find more fun for your Girl Scout!

The key to accessing the refreshed member platform, My Account. You’ll find it after the Go-Live and there will be a unique email address.

In our current state, many parents/caregivers are sharing an email address to access their family’s Girl Scout account. In our future state, all parents/caregivers will need to have a unique email address to identify them in the system.

During data migration:

  • Primary caregivers in our current state will migrate to the new environment as they appear.
  • Secondary caregivers who do not have a unique email address in our current system will migrate with a email and will need assistance to access the household account.

How can you ensure a smoother transition for your family?

Follow the steps below to review the Girl Scout accounts for all parents and caregivers in your household before November 8.

1. Log in to your MyGS account.

2. Review the email addresses for your household, are the parents/caregivers in your household using the same email address?  If “YES”, complete Step 3.

3. Provide a new email address for the secondary caregiver.

Why do we need different email accounts?

Unique email addresses support new functionality in the new system including the ability to allow household managers (primary caregivers) to affiliate other adults to a Girl’s account e.g. parents in two households and/or grandparents who may now directly register and pay for Girl Scout experiences. We’d rather not share an additional email address.  It’s going to result in more Girl Scout emails and we’d like to avoid that.

Once the new system is live, you will have the ability to edit your preferences for receiving Girl Scout communications without Council assistance!

Please check your emails and GSCCC social media for alerts and news. Questions? Look over our Powerpoint summary for useful information or email

Volunteer Toolkit (VTK)

The Volunteer Toolkit is a digital resource that supports troop leaders and co-leaders, making the process of running a troop easier and more efficient.

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.


Through the Volunteer Toolkit, troop leaders can:
  • Plan the troop’s calendar year.
  • Email parents with one click.
  • View the troop roster, renew girls’ membership, and update girls' contact information.
  • View Daisy through Ambassador Journeys and badges (to plan for troop meetings), including prepopulated tracks for younger and older Multi-Level troop groups (K–5 and 6–12).
  • Customize meetings by troop year with other badge and Journey options.
  • Explore individual meeting plans that show a breakdown of every meeting, including a list of materials needed and editable time allotments for each activity within a meeting.
  • Record girls’ attendance at meetings and their badge and Journey achievements.
  • Add council or custom troop events to the troop’s calendar.
  • Enter the troop’s finances (depending on the council’s process).
  • Easily locate resources both national and local council resources, such as Safety Activity Checkpoints

Want some tips on using the VTK?

Meeting Plan Overview- Fourth video in the series, this one focuses on the Meeting Plan Tab and everything it has to offer. It shows the tools available and how to customize the agenda with activity options. 

Setting up your year plan- 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. 


What About Parents?

  • Parents can now access the VTK to see what their girl’s troop or group is doing (e.g, meeting information and which badges and Journeys she is working on).
  • Parents can also view the troop’s finances (depending on the council’s process).

Log in today! Click on My GS in the upper right-hand corner to get started.


Need help with using the Volunteer Toolkit? Send your questions to Customer Care.