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3.4 Adult Ed Hero

Trainings and Awards



Girl Scouts of Michigan Shore to Shore is committed to upholding the policy of GSUSA that all volunteers are trained based on the role they serve with GSMISTS. We have many roles available for those wanting to give back to Girl Scouts. Below is information on our most popular Troop Leader role. If you are interested in a different role please connect with our staff by email.

Steps to becoming a Troop Leader:

1. Complete the  Volunteer Application

2. Become a registered member

3. Complete Troop Management Training

* Troop Management Training is required before Troop Leaders begin leading a troop.

 * You can register for a live Troop Management Training or watch a pre-recorded Troop Management Training (to view, enter your information and click 'register' when prompted) and complete a quiz.

GS101 Training

Girl Scout Volunteers may also be required to complete the GS101 Training. Click here to access the training. Email us with any questions. 


Volunteer Awards

Girl Scouts of Michigan Shore to Shore is only as strong as its volunteers, and ours are exceptional. Volunteers who go above and beyond in their role as a Girl Scout volunteer should be recognized and appreciated. Formal recognition is given out each year at annual events.

Interested in learning more about our awards? Check out our Adult Awards Fact Sheet

Looking for nomination forms or a letter of endorsement template? Our Adult Award and Nomination Handbook has all you need. It will be available beginning November 18, 2019.

  Find your inspiration! See our list of Past Adult Award Recipients