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Troop Leader Blueprint for an Amazing Year

Your Blueprint for an Amazing Troop Year

New troop year? Bring it on!

Keep your troop going strong with these specially adapted badges, Journeys, and activities for virtual and safe in-person meetings, as well as current COVID-19 guidelines and resources. We’re here to support you as you help your troop thrive.

Program Ideas and Adaptations​

Power a fun-filled troop year with this curated selection of badges, Journeys, and activities to help you throughout this troop year.

Select a grade level
Multi-Level Troops

Training and Planning Tools
Local Support and Training
Troop Start-Up Training

New Troop Start-Up will help you get started with your new Girl Scout troop. You can access it through gsLearn, Girl Scout’s online learning platform. There are two learning paths to complete: Troop Start Up Training_Getting Started and Troop Start Up Training_Next Steps. You can access gsLearn through MyGS. Log into your account and go to My Account. In the left navigation you will see gsLearn. Downloadable Troop Start-up Guide. 

Troop Leader Q & A

Join our troop Q & A sessions either at 12-1 p.m. or 5:30- 7 p.m. on various days, with staff and other volunteers in your Girl Scout grade level. We have set aside this time to focus on your troop questions. This is open to all Troop leaders and we welcome you to invite others to attend. 

2022 Dates
January 13 | February 16 | March 15 | April 11 | May 19
Click here to join a session. Passcode: 584876


What is gsLearn?< gsLearn is Girl Scout’s online learning platform.  This free platform houses a variety of learning modules that can be completed at your own pace, meaning you can start and stop at your convenience. This platform works on your phone, tablet or computer.

Where to Find it? From the main menu on the GSWO website, click on MyGS, select Volunteer Toolkit from the dropdown and then select gsLearn.

Troop Start-up: Getting Started and Next Steps is a required training for all new volunteers. 

For guidance to get started in gsLearn, reference the gsLearn User Guide.

Meeting Planning Tools
Planning Activities

These volunteer-generated ideas can you help adapt to any meeting environment. You can also visit the program level pages above to view adaptations for specific badges and journeys.

For addtional information on planning activities visit your Volunteer Toolkit in myGS or visit our You Tube Channel

Connecting with Families
COVID Guidelines

Check our council’s current COVID guidelines before planning any troop activities.