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Since August 14 a new tab has been added to the website called MY GS! MY GS is your path to registration and your entry way into the Volunteer Toolkit (VTK), which will be available starting August 16. VTK will make your Girl Scout year a lot easier!
As a Girl Scout volunteer, you already know that your girls love Girl Scouts for the friends, the fun, and all the new things they get to try.
What if there was a way to run your troop or group that saves you
time and helps you plan so that you can spend more time with the
girls? Meet the Volunteer Toolkit, the new online tool that makes it
easy for you to get the most out of every troop or group
And here’s the best part—with the Volunteer Toolkit, you can say goodbye to digging through big stacks of books and piles of resources. It is accessible from your computer, tablet, or mobile device—placing everything you need in one easy-to-access place that’s accessible on the go.
With the Volunteer Toolkit, Troop Leaders can...
- Access a whole year of Girl Scout fun by grade-level. Year plans come with pre-populated sets of meetings that give you plenty of ideas for activities and all the resources you need at your fingertips. Here are the year plans for Daisy, Brownie and Junior.
- Don’t see an activity your troop loves in one of the pre-filled meetings? Well go ahead and add that camping trip or visit to the science museum. Your year plan is fully customizable. You can even change the order of meetings by just dragging and dropping.
- Track your troops earned badge and journey awards throughout the year so it is easier to acknowledge each girls’ unique achievements and attendance at troop meetings.
- You'll also be able to see the GSUSA's new Journeys and Badges. Check it out!
- Access the girl and family rosters to make communication easier. One click email allows you to correspond directly with your troop’s parents.
- Manage troop finances all in one place.
How does it work?
Use these short and informative videos from GSUSA to learn even more
about the new VTK: