Those registering for the first time will need to contact the Answer Center to create an account. Once logged in, search by clicking on the Activities tab at the top of the page. To register for the selected program, click Register Now at the bottom of the page.
To register by paper, submit one Individual Activity Application (IAA) per girl. When registering as a troop, mail one IAA for each girl and payment together in one envelope.
For further assistance on registration and activity scholarships, see pg. 54.
Girl Scout programs. Visit girlscoutsem.org and click Program/Camp registration.
Use this key to determine if a program or opportunity is suitable for your Girl Scout!
= Daisy (Grades K-1)
= Cadette (Grades 6-8)
= Brownie (Grades 2-3)
= Senior (Grades 9-10)
= Junior (Grades 4-5)
= Ambassador (Grades 11-12)
Please see the following sample of a program listing that points out key elements and what they mean.
The badge icon indicates girls complete badge work by attending the program.
This icon indicates which Girl Scout grade levels can attend the program.
Offered to: Grades 2-3 Girls experience the Safety House, giving them the opportunity to learn how to extinguish various types of kitchen fires, plan for weather situations, understand the proper way to escape from a room during a fire and the discover the tools used by firefighters. To help Girl Scouts strengthen the skills she learns about safety and first aid, each girl receives a family take-home kit which will include a mini booklet so her family can create their own emergency plan and also a DIY First Aid kit to keep on hand. Brownies complete their Safety Pin and First Aid Badge. SAMPLE
Brownie Safety and First Aid Dec. 14 Start: 5 pm End: 8 pm $13 per girl Min./Max. girls: 25/50 Registration Deadline: Nov. 30
This icon indicates the program is a Live from Girl Scouts opportunity. Turn to pg. 4 for more details on Live from Girl Scouts.