MAKE MORE WOW HAPPEN!
Approximately one in every two adult women (49%) in the United States has—at some point—been a member of Girl Scouts. There are currently 59 million Girl Scout alumnae living here in the U.S.
If you were a Girl Scout Daisy, Brownie, Junior, Cadette, Senior, Ambassador, or an adult volunteer—you were a Girl Scout! Remember, once a Girl Scout, always a Girl Scout!
Just like you remember, girls today are grabbing their sit-upons for a song around the campfire. They’re bettering their communities with food drives and educational workshops. They’re still earning plenty of badges.
Girls today are also building apps and robots, discovering their
inner entrepreneur, and gaining the confidence they need to change our
world for the better!
Girl Scouting works!
How would you like to help girls—just like the one you used to be—uncover more of those special moments? The moments when you realized you could do pretty much anything you set your mind to. By sharing your talents, stories, and time with us, you can inspire a new generation of Girl Scouts.
If you’re interested in finding out how you can help today’s girls or simply reconnect with Girl Scouts, contact Cindy Kocol, Director of Alumnae and Community Relations, at 847-741-5521, Ext. 7139, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Attend a get-together for one of our four legacy councils: Fox
Valley, Green Hills, Rock River Valley, or Sybaquay Councils.
Work with GSNI’s Council Historians:
* Create historical programs-in-a-box for troop use
* Tell stories and visit troops at their meeting location
* Assist with sorting and cataloging of archive collections
(Elgin, Freeport, Rockford, and Sugar Grove)
* Assist with scanning of archived photos and documents
* GSNI is currently looking for a council historian to manage the collection in the Elgin Service Center.
GSNI's Alumnae News Archive
Missed an edition of GSNI Alumane News? We've got you covered with links to past editions below.
Fill out the form below to join Girl Scouts of Northern Illinois Alumnae Association. As an alum, you’ll receive the quarterly alumnae e-newsletter which includes stories about our alumnae and what they’re up to, as well as opportunities to reconnect at alumnae events and volunteer for GSNI.