Ambassador Leader Resources
With a wider world comes even more opportunities—and Girl Scout Ambassadors make the most of every chance they get to improve themselves…and their world.

Please see the attached updated emergency procedures documents. These can also be found in the Forms and Documents section of our website. • O-73A Emergency Action Plan - An EAP is required by Safety Activity Checkpoints for all Girl Scout activities. This checklist makes it easier to do. • O-73B Emergency Wallet Card - This has been updated and has a new form number. • O-73C Incident Report - Newly created report to be used to report any incident involving a girl or volunteer, whether it is major or minor. • O-73D Emergency Procedures - Updated procedures to be used in the case of serious, accident, emergency, or fatality.

Youth Protection Training (YPT) is designed to increase safety by raising awareness of child abuse, put safeguards in place to prevent child abuse, and inform your responsibility to report instances of abuse. We have developed a list of answers to frequently asked questions to help volunteers complete this important training.

 Important information about finances and graduating Girl Scouts 

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced the cancellation of many programs and activities that 12th grade Girl Scouts had planned for spring/summer 2020: extended travel, bridging-to-adult ceremonies, camping, Gold Award projects, and other Girl Scout activities. In response to this current situation, GSUSA and GSSJC will allow a one-time extension for 12th graders to use money-earned funds to reschedule these cancelled activities into the next membership year. 

To meet the needs of troops/groups or girls who had plans for spring/summer 2020 that were interrupted due to COVID-19, the deadline to use the funds will be extended from 9/30/20 to 8/31/21.  Troop should follow all procedures for disbanding troops by 8/31/21, including financial reconciliation and closing bank accounts. Funds intended to be used toward Gold Award projects must be raised and used by December 31, 2020.

All participants must maintain a current membership. The young alums participating in activities during the 2020-2021 membership year will be treated as Ambassadors. All activities and use of funds must be directly tied to the mission of Girl Scouts and be permitted Girl Scout activities by GSSJC. If you need more information on these guidelines, please contact your Volunteer Experience Manager.

Welcome Ambassador Troop Leaders

Thank you SO MUCH for volunteering as a Girl Scout troop leader!

We’re excited to have you on board! As a Girl Scout volunteer, you’re building girls of courage, confidence, and character who make the world a better place.Pretty big feat, right? No fear – we created this community just for troop leaders with helpful advice on getting your troop going, learning Girl Scout lingo, and leading with gusto! Plus, we have some tips from troop leaders who have been in your shoes before.

Whether you’ve been a Girl Scout since you were in kindergarten or this is your first introduction to the organization, we hope this community will provide you with useful information for your journey as a troop leader. Feel free to read through the pages and files for what you need right now, and bookmark for future reference and updates. You’ll learn more about Girl Scouts throughout the groups in this community, but always keep in mind that we’re a resource at Girl Scouts of San Jacinto Council! We always love to hear from you – feel free to give us a call at 1-800-392-4340 or email us at