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When you unleash your inner G.I.R.L., you can accomplish anything!

At Girl Scouts, the next opportunity to stand up, speak up, and take the lead is never far away. With us, you’ll discover the G.I.R.L. (Go-getter, Innovator, Risk-Taker, Leader)™ in you, and watch her shine, again and again.

Will you find a sustainable solution to a problem in your community? Will you explore the great outdoors? Build a robot? Learn to code? Conduct an experiment?

With us, the possibilities are truly endless. Discover all you can be and everything you can accomplish when you have the right tools and a safe space to shine—and work together to change the world.

So what are you waiting for?

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Frequently asked questions
How old does a girl have to be?

·         Daisy - Kindergarten & 1st Grade

·         Brownie - 2nd & 3rd Grades

·         Juniors - 4th & 5th Grades

·         Cadettes - 6th, 7th, & 8th Grades

·         Seniors - 9th & 10th Grades

·         Ambassadors - 11th & 12th Grades

What do Girl Scouts do?

·         Girls discover the fun, friendship, and power of girls working together.

·         Girls benefit by developing social skills, building confidence, and pursuing interests, causes, and leadership roles that matter most to them.

·         Leadership development in girls is our organization’s unique purpose.

·         What is leadership development? Learning how to work well with others, resolving conflicts, becoming problem- solvers, and developing critical thinking skills.

·         Through the cookie program girls are learning lifelong skills while helping to support their troop and community.  The Girl Scout Cookie Program teaches goal setting, decision making, money management, people skills, and business ethics.

How much does it cost?

·         The cost of annual membership for a girl is $40. For an adult, it’s $25.

·         There may be additional costs for troop dues, uniforms, outings, etc. but these are usually minimal.

When and how often do troops meet?

·         Troop Co-leaders determine the meeting schedule and location.

·         Most troops meet twice a month for about 1 ½ hours.

How do I find out what troops are in my area?

·         Click Join Now and answer a few basic question

·         On the next page search for troops in your area by entering your zip code in the box on the right. A list of available troops will populate. You can get basic troop information by hovering over the troop number and more info by clicking on the troop.

·         If you don’t see any troops available consider becoming a Girl Scout volunteer to start a troop. Contact customer care for more information. The Contact button is on our home page.

How do I join?

·         Click Join Now and answer a few basic questions

·         On the next page search for troops in your area by entering your zip code in the box on the right. If you already know the troop you want to join enter that number in the box on the left, then click search. A list of available troops will populate.

·         Put a check next to the troop of your choice and then continue to complete the registration. If you can’t decide which troop or do not see your troop listed, check the unsure box and someone will be in touch to assist you.

·         Proceed through the prompts. At the end, you can add a membership for yourself or other family members. We encourage parent or guardian registration so you can participate in activities too.

·         Pay for the membership, and you’re all set! The leader will contact you with meeting information.

What if I want to start my own troop?

·         That would be awesome! Without our dedicated volunteers, we’re not able to offer our program to girls. No previous Girl Scout experience is needed. Training and materials are provided. 

·         “Click the Volunteer button on our home page for ways to volunteer, then register as an adult volunteer. If you have questions contact us at customercare@gshawaii.org

What are the next steps after signing up?

·         After completing your Girl Scout registration and added to a troop, the Co-leader of that troop will be notified. The Co-leader will reach out to you and can answer any troop questions you may have.

·         If you have not heard from your troop Co-leader after a few days of joining, please reach out to us and we will be happy to put you in contact with them.

I can’t seem to remember my login, should I just create a new account?

·         If you are having issues logging in, please do not create a new account.  Simply reach out to our Customer Care Specialist at customercare@gshawai.org and she will be happy to assist you in resetting your password to log in.

I want to transfer to Girl Scouts of Hawai`i from a different Council, what do I need to do?

·         We are so happy to hear you are interested in continuing your Girl Scout Journey with us in Hawaii. Please send us an email at customercare@gshawaii.orgwith your household name and all the names listed in it and what council you are coming from and then we can take care of the rest. Once the transfer is complete, we will be reaching out letting you know the transfer has been completed. We’ll confirm that your record information is correct and help with assistance if you are in search of a troop.