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Since 1912, Girl Scouts has helped Connecticut's girls build courage, confidence and character. While we have always remained true to Juliette Gordon Low's vision, we are constantly evolving. That's why we say we're 100 years young! Join us, and see how Girl Scouts discover themselves as they explore their world, connect with others and take action through activities and programs that are relevant and exciting to girls today.

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GIRL National Convention 2017

The 2017 National Convention is just a year away, and we want YOU to be part of it! We're looking for any registered Girl Scout member, including girls who will be 14 years old as of October 4, 2017, to apply to become a delegate or alternate delegate to attend the National Convention October 4–8, 2017 in Columbus, Ohio. As a delegate, you'll vote on changes on a national policy level that will make an impact on Girl Scouting in Connecticut. There are also workshops, vendors, social gatherings, and thousands of sister Girl Scouts to meet! As a delegate or alternate delegate, GSOFCT will pay your registration fee, hotel, travel expenses, and provide a daily food stipend. So if you are ready to join the “Girl Scout Party Bus” in 2017, fill out this application and email it to by January 31!


Lunch with your legislator
We know our Seniors and Ambassadors are go-getters and leaders. Head to our state's capitol and meet with your legislators to speak your mind about important issues! Take advantage of this great opportunity on March 15 to make your voice heard. Learn about issues that affect girls in the state of Connecticut, then participate in the pinning ceremony for our Capitol Troop. You can also make time to speak with your local legislator after the program. For more information, contact Samantha Goodman at Register by March 8.

Now open to all individuals!

Online Membership Registration
Online Membership Registration for all individuals is now open! Girls and adults can now register individually. Make sure you are registered to take advantage of all of our great programs!

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Digital CookieOnce again, Girl Scouts will be able to take their cookie program online with the Digital Cookie Platform, allowing them to bring their cookie business to customers near and far! The parents/guardians of all girls registered as of December 16 for the current Girl Scout membership year should have received an email from Digital Cookie ( with the subject line, “Register for the digital cookie platform today!" Please check your junk/SPAM folder in case it got delivered there.
If a family did not receive the registration email, they can use this form to request their girl be registered for this year’s Digital Cookie Platform. Please allow 72 hours for the girl to be registered and the welcome email to be sent.


The Customer Care Department now has extended call-in hours. In addition to normal business hours of 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m., you can reach a customer care specialist by calling (800) 922-2770 until 7:00 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays.




Girls and Women in Sports Days
Fairfield University
 Juniors and Cadettes
can come celebrate National Girls and Women in Sports Day with the Fairfield University varsity women athletics on February 5. Come dressed ready to be active and learn skills from 10 different varsity programs. After learning and improving new sports skills, dine in the campus cafeteria with members of Fairfield University's women1S teams. After the clinic and lunch girls and families will be able to attend the women's basketball game against St. Peter's College. Clinic participants will receive a ticket to the game. Other Girl Scouts and family members will be able to purchase tickets at the door for $3. For more information, see this flyer, or contact the Program Department at

Girl Scout Day at Sacred Heart University

Come join other Girl Scout families for a day of fun with Sacred Heart University’s women’s basketball team on January 28. Families can participate in activities such as face painting and poster making, and interact with the female athletes. The first 200 girls will receive a free T-shirt and special guest speakers will be present at the pre-game. Girl Scouts will be able to participate in on court games. Girl Scouts also receive a light lunch. For more information see this flyer or contact Tiana Williams at (203) 396-8131 or

Sports Clinic with the Hartford Hawks
Come join of Girl Scouts in this fun event on February 18! First, participate in a clinic with student athletes of the University of Hartford. Then stay to watch the Women's Basketball take on New Hampshire! All girls participating in the clinic, get to attend the game for free! For Daisies,
Brownies, and Juniors. For more info, contact Nancy Bajek at Register by February 10.

Dream Big at the Maritime Aquarium
Girl Scout Brownies and Juniors can experience engineering on the big screen! On President's Day, February 20, watch the new IMAX movie, Dream Big, hear from a local engineer, and participate in a marine-themed engineering activity. After the program, participating girls and adults are invited to visit the galleries at the aquarium. For more information see this flyer or contact Danielle LaChance at Register by February 3.

 Just added! Coding for a Cause: Girl Scout Hackathon at Housatonic Community College
For Juniors and Cadettes. This very poplar event has been added in Bridgeport! Learn the needs of an area non-profit, then create a smartphone app that will help them do their work. Code to learn; no coding experience required. Lunch, snack and event patch included. Saturday, March 4 from 9:00 a.m.–3:30 p.m. $15/girl; parents may drop off or volunteer for the day. Register by February 22. For more information see this flyer or contact
Ellyn Savard at

  •  Mentors needed! High school and adult computer mentors are needed for Girl Scout Hackathons! Do you know or want to learn coding? Two trainings will prepare you for helping girls in grades 4-8 create prototype apps for social good at our hackathons. Trainings will be on Saturdays, February 4 and February 11 from 10:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m. at Housatonic Community College. Contact Patrice Gans at or register via the Random Hacks of Kindness Jr website.

 Girl Scout Day at the Maritime Aquarium
Come enjoy a day of Girl Scout fun at The Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk on Saturday, March 11. This is the second year of special programs just for Scouts, along with all of the excitement The Maritime Aquarium offers. All of this and the largest IMAX® movie screen in Connecticut make our Scout Day an event you do not want to miss! It’s fun for the entire family. For more information, see this flyer, or contact Ellyn Savard at

BeakersBoston Museum of Science Sleepovers
Spend the night at the museum! During your overnight, there will be science workshops, hands-on activities, live animals, a late-night show, a planetarium show, an Omni film, and plenty of time to explore the museum. When will the fun end? An evening snack and light breakfast is included. There is no online registration for these events. Please send in a paper registration form (for troops or individuals) with full payment. Deadline is two weeks before the event date.
For more info, contact Nancy Bajek at
Dates available for
Brownies and Juniors include: March 3, March 10, March 25, May 13, May 20, June 2, June 10
One special night for
Cadettes only: April 1


Become a Girlz R.U.L.E.® Facilitator!
Girlz R.U.L.E.® (Respect, Understand, Lead, Empower) is a team-building program designed for girls. Girl Scouts of Connecticut has developed this signature initiative and there are programs throughout the state. Volunteers and Ambassadors are invited to come learn how to provide this program.

There is one training coming up:

See this flyer for more info!


This is not an exhaustive list of events. Visit the Program and Training Registration Area to see ALL the exciting programs we offer across the state.
May 2017

Upcoming Events
May 6, 2017
Regional Training Day - Laurel
Need to get outdoor training completed but not sure how to fit it all in?
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May 6, 2017
Regional Training Day - An-Se-Ox
Need to get outdoor training completed but not sure how to fit it all in?
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May 6, 2017
Fair Haven Stroll and Festival
Visit the Girl Scout table!
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May 15, 2017
Leader 2 Leader Sharing Circle
You pick the topics!
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