A group of graduating Girl Scout Ambassadors prepared for the future

Beyond Ambassadors

Tips and resources to keep you connected to Girl Scouts

Just because you’re graduating doesn’t mean your Girl Scout journey has to end! Continue on as a Girl Scout graduate using the resources below, which include ways to stay connected, adult membership options, volunteer opportunities, how to update your contact information, and more!



The Basics

Sign Up for the Girl Scout Network Enewsletter
Graduating Girl Scouts will automatically receive this monthly enewsletter, which includes career tips, event invitations, alum profiles, and volunteer opportunities! If you graduated before June 2021, you can still sign up.

Update Your Information
Check MyAccount to confirm that your contact information is current (and not still your parents’ information). Then make sure you’re opted-in to emails. If you need help signing in, talk to your parents, former troop leader, or council staff.


Get Involved

Join a Campfire Chat
Hosted by the Girl Scout Network, these live virtual events showcase a wide variety of topics, from cooking to financial literacy to career advice.

Become a Lifetime Member
As a Girl Scout alum, you’re eligible to become a lifetime member for only $200 until you turn 30 (a 50 percent discount). This will keep you connected to Girl Scouts for life! If you haven’t graduated yet, discuss with your troop whether its funds or program credits are available for lifetime membership.

Join as an Adult Member
Not ready to invest in lifetime membership? You can renew as an annual member to stay involved!


Your Community

Keep the Local Sisterhood Active
Did your troop discuss next steps to stay in Girl Scouts and how to keep in touch after graduation? If not, you can still connect with your troop, your current council (which may have an alum group), or—if you’re moving for college or a job—your new council.

Short-Term Volunteering
Offering to volunteer for the organization that did so much for you is easy, no matter where you live!

Become a Troop Leader
Looking for something more? Consider becoming a troop leader or finding a troop to co-lead!


Your Bright Future

Apply for a Scholarship
Be sure to check with your local Girl Scout council for the most recent information for your area.

Connect with Us on LinkedIn
Follow the Girl Scout Network on LinkedIn to stay connected! You can also use these resources to get help setting up a LinkedIn profile (PDF) that highlights your trailblazing Girl Scout experience.

Get Your Girl Scout Gold Award Digital Credential
If you earned your Gold Award, request a digital credential to share on LinkedIn so prospective universities and employers can easily verify your achievement.


College Bound

Join a Campus Girl Scout Group —coming soon!
Campus clubs have been hosted by women just like you nationwide for many years as an extension of the Girl Scout experience. Contact the area’s local Girl Scout council to see if there’s an active group at your school. If there isn’t, ask for the Campus Girl Scouts’ Guidebook and consider starting one yourself!

Stock Up on Girl Scout Gear
Show your Girl Scout pride with a Girl Scout alum coffee mug or one of our tote bags—which work just as well on campus as they do on the beach! You’ll also find a variety of choices designed just for lifetime members.

Check Out the Kappa Delta Sorority
Kappa Delta offers support for leadership development, personal growth, academic success, and community service, and the organization has been a vital partner of Girl Scouts of the USA since 1998.



Find a Job
Looking for a summer job or a full-time position? Explore opportunities at councils and camps around the country to build skills, add credentials to your résumé, and meet new Girl Scout sisters!

Seek Out WAGGGS Opportunities
World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts (WAGGGS) Centers are closed for 2021, but check their website for virtual global opportunities.

Become a Global Leader (PDF)
Women ages 18 to 35 can apply to represent Girl Scouts at events held by WAGGGS. These opportunities include Juliette Gordon Low seminars, Helen Storrow seminars, and other global leadership and volunteer opportunities.