2014-15 Early Bird Online Membership Renewal begins May 1 and Discover the universe - Be a Girl Scoutends
June 30, 2014.

All girls and 2 registered adults per troop with annual memberships who renew online and on-time, by June 30, will receive a "Discover the Universe, Be a Girl Scout" Patch.

Tools and Information for Early Bird 2014-15:
Early Bird 2014-15 Important Dates
DATE ACTION
April 16 Deadline to submit all 2013-14 forms to a local office in order to renew online at launch
April 23 Deadline for 2013-14 eBiz registrations in order to renew online at launch
May 1 2014-15 Early Bird Online Renewal campaign begins with email blast
June 30 2014-15 Early Bird Renewal deadline
Other Dates for Troop Leaders to Remember
DATE ACTION
Sept. 29
8:59 p.m.
Deadline for troop leaders to renew troop members online using My Troops
Sept. 30 No access to My Troops for troop leaders.
Individuals may still use My Family to register family members online.
Oct. 1 Troop members who have not renewed will drop off My Troops.
Registration & Screening Requirements

Volunteers who handle members' personal information must be screened and registered. If you have not completed volunteer screening, click on the screening link below. If you are not already a registered Girl Scout adult member, click on the link to register.

Training For Service Unit Registrars

In order to better support volunteers with troop registration, we recommend that you have taken and are familiar with the following courses:

Service Unit Registrar

Thank You So Much for Volunteering to be a Girl Scouts of Northern California Service Unit Registrar.

 

 

What Does A Service Unit Registrar Do?

Service unit registrars work with the troop support manager and troop leaders to register girls and adults within the service unit, keep registration records up-to-date, and promote and encourage troops to re-register during spring registration. This is your page; we will keep the latest information, resources, and learning opportunities here to support your duties. In case you need a list of those duties, here is the Service Unit Registrar Position Description.


Who Can Be A Service Unit Registrar?

Any registered and screened adult 18 or older, female or male, who has completed the following courses: Volunteering For Girl Scouts and Registering Your Troop/Group.


How Do I Become A Service Unit Registrar?

If you haven't already done so, complete volunteer screening and become a registered member, then complete the required courses (course link to the right). If you would like to find out how to volunteer for this role, please call 1-800-447-4475 ext. 3091 or complete the online interest form.


Membership Registration Resources


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