We are proud to present our newest asset, created with you in mind! We hope you find this snazzy site easy to navigate and that your browsing experience is streamlined.
Keep in mind that the information you need is STILL here! We just rearranged the furniture a little. Things might be in under a new header or dressed up a little differently. Can’t find something, let us know!
Here are the TOP six things you need to know about this new site:
- The Volunteer Resources section is still a main feature, but reorganized to simplify the process of finding the things you need. Less words and more value! You’ll see your trainings, webinars, Safety Checkpoints, tools and the information that will enhance your Girl Scouting experience. Click around, you may discover resources you never knew existed!
Forms now have their own page, and they’re easy to find on the TOP
navigation bar of the home page. We’ve re-organized them in a way
that makes form-finding a breeze!
- Looking for a
digital copy of the Annual Program Book, the latest Juliette
Gazette, e-Newsletters or the Volunteer Guide? Bookmark PUBLICATIONS
for easy-to-use Flipping Books and fun Girl Scout documents to
- We’ve upgraded our program calendar, so look
for it when you click on “PROGRAMS.” Browse all upcoming events in a
color-coded, calendar format. After you select a program, click the
program title inside the bubble for more information and to register.
- Prefer to see programs in a list view? Check
this out! You will also find an advanced search, so you can
filter programs by keyword, region, date, grade-level or category.
Easy peasy, Lemonades squeezy!
- If you are new to
Girl Scouting, welcome to Awesomeville! We tried to present the
a Girl Scout or a volunteer”
in a way that is bright and inviting!
We are so excited to bring you this new and improved GirlScoutsNebraska.org! Have fun and explore a bit. We know you’ll LOVE how easy it is view on your phone or tablet.
Have any questions or feedback? Send us an email and let us know!
P.S. The best is yet to come. Next year, an amazing resource called
The Volunteer Toolkit will makes its debut in Nebraska. We can’t wait
to share it with you!