You are invited to join the fun! All Girl Scouts (18 years and older), including former and current volunteers and staff, are encouraged to participate in our Alumnae Association.
If you haven't yet, add your name to our growing list of over 7,000 registered Alumnae in Connecticut! This is the place to connect with other alumnae who have also experienced the positive impact of Girl Scouts in their life, to re-engage with our girls, and to enjoy all the fun Girl Scouts has to offer!
There are many volunteer opportunities available throughout Connecticut for Girl Scout Alumnae like you!
• Pitch in at a camp clean up day;
• Volunteer at a program and/or special event;
• Provide office support;
• Become a docent at our historical museum;
• Become a Council Learning Facilitator;
• Assist with a troop, and more!
Volunteer once in awhile or on a regular basis. We can find the right opportunity just for you. You'll have fun and feel great knowing that you've helped our girls build courage, confidence, and character!
Register as an Adult Member of Girl Scouts!
Once a Girl Scout, Always a Girl Scout! Join as an adult member and enjoy these benefits:
• Receive the latest news on what's happening in Girl Scouts;
• Participate in Program Activities;
• Receive special invitations to Alumnae events;
• Network with sister Girl Scouts across Connecticut.
Support our Girls with a Gift!
Our girls will benefit from your support:
• Financial assistance for membership dues, uniforms, and materials;
• Maintenance of our camps;
• Programs for personal growth and leadership development;
• Training for adult volunteers;
• A safe environment for girls.
Make a gift to honor a specific girl, to commemorate your own years in Girl Scouts, or to celebrate a woman who was there for you when you were a girl. Join the Juliette Gordon Low Society of GSOFCT with a gift in your estate plan or bequest.
Get in Touch!
For more information on alumnae activity and the Alumnae Association, join our mailing list!
From 1940 to 1963, the Curved Bar Award was the highest honor earned by Intermediate Scouts. From 1963 to 1980, First Class was the highest award. To achieve First Class meant that a Cadette was an "all-around" person with some skills in many fields and a proficiency in one. If you have either of these recognitions we would love to talk to you. Please fill out our survey!