Do you want to expand your girls’ network and bring new voices and perspectives into their world? Consider welcoming more girls into your troop! Growing your troop is a great way to share the power of the Girl Scout experience. And in the spirit of sisterhood, you’ll help your girls make new friends (and keep the old).
So if you’re ready to introduce more girls to Girl Scouting, what’s the best way to get the word out? Our volunteer experts share their top ten tips for letting the go-getters, innovators, risk-takers, and leaders in your community know they can join in the fun with your troop!
And, don’t forget, you don’t have to set a deadline for girls to join your troop. “We encourage girls to join any time of the year,” says Laura. “We understand that fall can be a busy time of the year and that the girl may not be able to join until winter. We accept new girls anytime!”
How to set your daughter's expectations when you're the leader and the parent.
Set the tone—and your expectations—for how parents participate in the troop.