Clubs and Teams
Clubs and Teams
Color GuardColor Guard
Color Guard

 

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 cgtr78394@gmail.com.

Girl Advisory BureauGirl Advisory Bureau
Girl Advisory Bureau

 

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 & media workshops, field trips, and much more. More information.

SOS BrigadeSOS Brigade
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 .

Girl Advisory TeamGirl Advisory Team
Girl Advisory Team

 

The GSGLA Girl Advisory Team (GAT) members help inform GSGLA and its Board on key projects and initiatives aligned with our movement and our strategic plan through the lens of the girl experience.

In this role, you will provide insight and innovative ideas to engage and inspire girls in our council. GAT members will make recommendations, contribute to key initiatives, and influence decision-making processes at GSGLA. Girls gain experience creating change in our organization, being thought partners, collaborating on projects, and skill development. More information.