When girls take the lead, great things happen! GSCO
on the Go is what you know and love of the Girl Scout program but
reimagined for that Girl Scout that is constantly on the go and wants
to do Girl Scouts on their own schedule.
Each month we will have a series of programs that Girl Scouts can choose from, such as earning a badge or Journey, connecting with other Girl Scouts their age, and building their leadership skills all through a digital environment making it easy to access when and where they are!
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What to expect each month:
- Badge Series: A badge or Journey for each program level that Girl Scouts can complete on their own schedule
- Hangouts: A social space for Girl Scouts to connect with others their same age
- Know-Hows: A skill-building space to go beyond what is learned in our badges
- Leadership Development: Throughout the year trainings will be offered for Cadette Program Aide Award and Volunteer in Training Award
- Meet an Expert: Meet professional women from different career paths to be inspired for their own future.
- Crea tu Camino: A bilingual (Spanish/English) program for girls to meet leaders from the Latinx community, learn about their roles, and connect it to a Girl Scout badge.
You can register for these monthly offerings by visiting the events calendar and filtering for GSCO on the GO.
Digital Meeting Resources
Looking for tips on how to structure your virtual meetings or want to find out more about adapting current Girl Scout activities? Find more information on our Forms and Resources page.
Are you a Girl Scout from another council and want to participate in Girl Scouts of Colorado's Badge Series? You can join for $5 per month. Complete this registration form to get access for your girl!
Click on your Girl Scout level for upcoming Badge Series.
Seniors & Ambassadors
Girl Scouts will enjoy engaging with other girls in a creative environment. In each session girls will complete one activity and receive ideas to continue to spark their creativity and learning in between sessions. Your girl can attend all sessions or just pick a few to attend.
From educating communities about food production and selling Treasury Bonds during WWI and the Spanish flu pandemic to planting victory gardens and training in first aid during WWII, Girl Scouts have always stepped up in times of need, and our current COVID-19 crisis is no different. All across our country and our world, Girl Scouts have leapt to the aid of others by engaging in wonderful acts of service and kindness.
Visit the GSUSA National Service Projects page to learn how you can get involved in these national projects: