Educators and Girl Scouts
Girl Scouts complement the indispensable work you do as an educator
every day. Girl Scouts offer a one-of-a-kind, proven leadership
development program that pairs girls with strong, caring role models
and mentors who prepare them to take the lead from age 5 to 18, and
Our flexible, customizable and ready-to-implement programming exposes girls to experiences in STEM fields, entrepreneurship, life skills, financial literacy, and the outdoors—all in a safe, girl-led environment. Girl Scouts are encouraged to try new things, develop a range of skills, take on leadership roles, and feel comfortable failing and dusting themselves off.
The best part is that every experience and skill that we can offer students right now will continue to help them be successful at school, and in life, when it’s time for us all to come together in-person again.
Keep reading to learn more about how Girl Scouts can give girls an academic edge, or fill out our form if you're interested in partnering with us.
Research shows that Girl Scouts are more likely than non-Girl Scouts to achieve academic excellence, and overachieve when it comes to teamwork, hands-on learning and reflection, and decision making.
because we understand the vital connection between young girls’
development and have a direct correlation to their future success.
Learn more about how participation in Girl Scouts is statistically linked to higher grades and positive behavioral engagement in school.
Our Collaboration with the National Education Association
Girl Scouts of the USA (GSUSA) has teamed up with the National Education Association (NEA) to provide members with easy-to-access educator resources and volunteer opportunities with local Girl Scout councils. After all, we’re the perfect fit!
Both Girl Scouts and educators are deeply committed to girls’ education and development, and your distinctive expertise and experience will make a world of difference to girls in your area. Let’s build a better world for girls and for all of us, together.
Learn how Girl Scout programming meets state and national curriculum standards.
A Shared Purpose
Girl Scouts and Educators Build the Next Generation of Trailblazers
Hear an important message from Girl Scouts of the USA CEO Sylvia Acevedo about why the partnership between Girl Scouts and educators is so important to support girls’ success.
Hear it for Yourself
Watch to find out what educators are saying about Girl Scouts—you'll learn how some Brownies (Girl Scouts in grades 2-3) are already changing the world, plus get to know some of our most essential and passionate assets: our inspiring volunteers!
Connect with Us
Please fill out the form below to learn more about partnering with Girl Scouts and our exclusive educational programming for girls.
Everything in Girl Scouting is based on the Girl Scout Promise and
Law, which include many principles and values that are common across
religions. Because we understand that religious instruction is at the
center of many families and communities, we invite community Faith
Partners to take Girl Scouts on spiritual journeys via their faith’s
religious recognition. Girl Scouts is welcoming and inclusive to
members of all faiths.
See how you can become a Girl Scout Faith Partner by downloading the flyers below. For questions. contact us here.
Girl Scouts... Reimagined!
Free activities for families
We have transformed our usual in-person activities into virtual experiences to keep girls and their whole family engaged. Whether girls you work with are currently Girl Scout members or not, we have resources and activities available for everyone!
Families can enjoy our activities from anywhere, even when circumstances keep you at home:
Visit Girl Scouts from Home to find activity books, virtual events, and resources for girls of all ages!
Enjoy virtual field trips from GSUSA for the whole family!