Reconnect by Common Interests
The friendships you forge as a Girl Scout stay with you for the rest of your life. Although we can't connect the members of hundreds of thousands of troops, camps, and travel groups over the years, we've created groups by common interests - ranging from Gold Award recipients to young professionals - through which we suspect you'll find some dear friends.
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Remember: You'll need to be a registered member of the (free) Girl Scouts Alumnae Association to continue.
The Girl Scout Gold Award is the highest award in Girl Scouting and the deepest honor a girl can achieve. Join this group to connect with other illustrious Gold Award recipients.
Join this group to connect with former and current colleagues at Girl Scouts of the USA's national headquarters.
Are you an adult Girl Scout or volunteer who participated in a wider opportunity/destination trip? If so, join this group and share your travel adventures.
The Mariner program, for Girl Scouts interested in water-related activities, launched in 1934. If you were a Mariner, join this group to connect with like-minded Girl Scouts.
Olave Baden-Powell Society (OB-PS) supports the mission of the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Souts (WAGGGS), to enable girls and young women to develop their fullest potential as responsible citizens of the world. If you're a member of OP-PS, join this group to connect with other members.
Did you attend one of the roundups held between 1956 and 1965? If so, join this group to connect with other roundup attendees.
Troops on Foreign Soil (TOFS), established in 1927, allowed the daughters of Americans living outside the United States to enjoy a Girl Scouting experience. Although the name was changed in the 1990s to USA Girl Scouts Overseas (USAGSO), the mission remains the same: serving overseas Girl Scouts. Were you part of TOFS or USAGSO? If so, join this group and share your overseas Girl Scout experience.
With ten million Girl Guides and Girl Scouts from 145 countries across the world, the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts (WAGGGS) is the largest voluntary movement dedicated to girls and young women in the world. Join this group to connect with other WAGGGS members.
Join this group to connect with active, civic-minded professionals, ages 18-29, who live the Girl Scouts mission - in both their professional and personal lives - every day.