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Clubs & Teams

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Girl Scouts is for every girl, and that’s why our programs are so diverse. From artistry to archery, girls can do anything. In addition to awesome Girl Scout Journeys and badgework, there are a number of unique opportunities to join with new friends who share similar special interests. Pick your passion below, and click here to view opportunities and clubs just for older girls.

Color Guard & Flag Corps
The GSGLA Color Guard performs opening and closing flag ceremonies at various council, community, and sporting events. In addition to learning how to carry, present, and march in formation, the team also teaches flag protocol to troops and other groups. For more information, contact carolyngoss@verizon.net.

Girl Advisory Bureau (GAB) 
The GSGLA Girl Advisory Bureau (GAB) is a dynamic group of Girl Scouts (all levels) that serve as the voice of more than 40,000 Girl Scouts, representing the council at media and civic events. GAB girls also engage in leadership and media workshops and field trips. Click here for more information.

Robotics Teams
GSGLA robotics teams are all about teamwork, creativity, and hands-on fun! GSGLA offers three levels of robotics teams: Robots and Fun! (Daisy/Brownie), Robots and More! (Junior/Cadette), and Robots!3 (Senior/Ambassador). Click here for more information.

SOS Brigade
The GSGLA SOS Brigade (Sudden Opportunities of Service) is a call list of troops and girls who can jump to service at a moment’s notice to help the council and the community. Service can include civic appearances, council events, flag ceremonies, and other activities. To be added to the SOS Brigade, email your interest to communications@girlscoutsla.org.

Get girls involved in activities that build a sense of confidence, rather than focusing on looks and acquiring material items. Help provide more programs like these for girls. Donate to Girl Scouts of Greater Los Angeles now.