As a New York City-based Girl Scout alumna,
you belong to a powerful network.

We are always ready to celebrate. Our current NYC Scout members are joining 50 million Girl Scout alumnae from across the country in 2012 to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Girl Scouting.

Join us for a number of high-impact 100th anniversary events this year.

Now is the time to raise our voices to ensure all New York City girls get the leadership development opportunities they deserve to be successful in life.  Join millions of women who support girls today. You’ll connect with former members, discover what today’s Girl Scouts are doing here and throughout the world, and commemorate America’s fantastic tradition of Girl Scouting in the United States.

Alumnae Impact Study
You know that the Girl Scout experience had an impact on your life, but did you ever think about the extent of that impact or what impact the program had on other Girl Scouts?  

Find answers in Girl Scouting Works: The Alumnae Impact Study, a research study based on interviews, video oral histories, online chats, and surveys of thousands of women, both alumnae and non-alumnae, from across the nation. You may be surprised to discover just how much the experience has shaped the lives of the nearly fifty percent of American women who participated in the Girl Scouts.  

Take Action with our Alumnae Association

First, register as a Girl Scout Alumna! I was a Girl Scout.

We invite all former Brownies, Girl Scouts, and former and current staff and volunteers, to sign up for the Girl Scouts Alumnae Association and take advantage of the online community. Reconnect with old friends and make new ones!  Discover how to share your life experience with girls and women today to build their leadership skills and further your own network.

Girl Scouts has been building girls of courage, character, and confidence, who make the world a better place since 1912.