Welcome! Thank you for choosing to make a difference in our future leaders. We are working hard to support all of our adult volunteers with great learning resources. This page will help you see the opportunities with learning for all your volunteer needs!
Before you take a look at the course offerings, please make sure to review our Adult Learning Policies and Procedures below!
Troops are required to have two approved, unrelated, trained leaders. As a leader you are required to take the online course Troop Volunteers, Part 1: The Adventure Begins! On gsLearn. As a registered adult member, you can access gsLearn from your MyGS portal on our website. When you log in, just click on gsLearn and you’ll be all set!
After 2-4 meetings or about one month, you must attend the follow-up face-to-face class, Troop Volunteers Part 2: The Adventure Continues! Remember, if you’re looking for a virtual event, the zip code for the location is 04106
Please note: During the COVID-19 time, this face-to-face course will be conducted virtually.
When you and at least one other unrelated, registered, and approved adult complete this course, you will be able to start meeting with your troop! In this online, introductory training, you will learn the basics of being a Girl Scout Troop Leader.
After you’ve met with your troop 2 to 4 times, but before you take a field trip, you will have questions and context for information to really stick! That’s when you will attend this face-to-face interactive training, designed for new and experienced troop volunteers, alike. Bring your questions, experiences, and co-leaders to get answers and ideas, to review best practices, and to bolster your knowledge, skills, and understanding of working with a Girl Scout Troop in Maine. You must take Troop Volunteers, Part 1 and please meet with girls at least once BEFORE signing up for Troop Volunteers, Part 2!
Your Girl Scouts have decided to go on a camping trip. Woohoo! Let’s get you ready.
Take Troop Camp Training, Part 1: Preparation on gsLearn, and you’ll learn the basic skills you need to complete a successful Girl Scout camping trip!
This course is a prerequisite to our Troop Camp Training, part 2: Overnight and includes lessons on how to work with the girls in planning the trip as well as an overall view of the camping experience with other people’s kids:
Please note: Volunteers who are not the Troop Leaders may take this course to become the Troop Camp Trained adult for the troop, but they must register, complete a background check, and commit to working in partnership with the Troop Leaders who have completed Troop Volunteers, parts 1 & 2 and with the girls to prepare for and attend upcoming outings. Your next step will be to attend Troop Camp Training, part 2: Overnight!
After you’ve completed Troop Camp Training, part 1 and you’ve started to prepare with your troop for your adventures, you’ll get to take Troop Camp Training, part 2: Overnight! This weekend course gives you a real Learn-by-Doing, collaborative opportunity to prepare.
Our focus is on making your troop’s camping experience a good one for everyone, so whether you have never camped or you’re a Maine Guide, you’ll find treasures to take with you as we practice and share outdoor camping skills for Girl Scouts in Maine.
If you are a parent, care-giver, or mentor for an individually registered Girl Scout in Maine, this is a great place to start! Watch our "Working with Juliettes" video here.
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For additional learning opportunities, please visit gsLearn or the Event Calendar.