Reconnect with the organization that helped you on the path to becoming the woman you are today.
Remember how Girl Scouting was a fun place to make new friends? It still is!
Since 1912, millions of women's lives have been positively influenced–sometimes even transformed–by their Girl Scout experience. Whether you are one of the 50 million women who were Girl Scouts, including Girl Scout Brownies, or you were a volunteer or staff member who worked at the national or local level to help Girl Scouts reach their full potential, you are forever connected to a rich and vibrant movement.
Your Girl Scout years taught you important life skills. From camping out on your first overnight away-from-home experience to honing your sales skills in the Girl Scout Cookie Program, Girl Scouts gave you the courage, confidence, and character to succeed.
Girl Scout Alumnae Association
As a person rooted in Girl Scouting, you have the opportunity to connect with other adult Girl Scouts through the local and national Girl Scout Alumnae Association. You can make a difference in a girl’s life. Go to www.girlscouts.org/alumnae to become a member of the Girl Scouts Alumnae Association.
Girl Scouts of the Commonwealth of Virginia will post Alumnae news and information during the 100th Anniversary year.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Who can register?
- Adult Girl Scouts, who are no longer actively enrolled in Girl Scouting, including former Daisy, Brownie, Junior, Cadette and Senior Girl Scouts
- Former and Current Volunteers
- Former and Current Girl Scout Staff
- Members of the Board of Directors
- Members of the Community Advisory Board
How do I register?
Register nationally with Girl Scouts of the USA (GSUSA) by going to www.girlscouts.org/alumnae.
How much does it cost to join the Girl Scout Alumnae Association?
There is no cost for membership in the Alumnae Association.
What is the difference between a lifetime member and alumnae member?
Lifetime membership is available to anyone who is currently registered as a Girl Scout. Lifetime members pay an amount designated by GSUSA that demonstrates an individual’s lifelong commitment to Girl Scouting. An alumnae member is someone who was formerly affiliated with the organization and has potential to become reengaged with Girl Scouts through active involvement with the council.
What are the benefits of becoming involved with the Girl Scout Alumnae Association?
In an effort to support Girl Scouts of the Commonwealth of Virginia, the Alumnae Association provides an opportunity to connect and recommit to the work of Girl Scouting. As a member of the association, you will enjoy exclusive programs, events and service opportunities designed to enrich your life.
How do I get involved locally?