Girl Scouts is about sharing the fun, friendship, and the inherent power of girls and women in an inclusive, supportive, girl-led environment.
What all members share is the Girl Scout Promise and Law, as well as our extraordinary strengths as go-getters, innovators, risk-takers, and leaders. Any girl—from kindergarten through 12th grade—can join Girl Scouts. Additionally, if a family with a child of any other gender identity and expression (other than cisgender males*) feels that Girl Scouting is the right community for them, they are welcome.
Our Council is as diverse as the communities we serve. There's no specific volunteer mold–our Girl Scout volunteers, staff, and board members come from various backgrounds and ages. Whether you’re a recent college grad, a parent, a retiree, or really, anyone with a sense of curiosity and adventure (all genders, who have passed the necessary background screening process), your unique skills and experiences help make Girl Scouting a powerful leadership experience for our youth.
*Cisgender: A person whose gender identity corresponds to their sex assigned at birth.