Girl Scouts founder, Juliette “Daisy” Gordon Low, believed that all
girls should be given the opportunity to develop physically, mentally,
Use the resources on this page to help you recruit future Girl Scouts.
View our Recruitment Resources in the drop downs below to access
materials by campaign.
Consult our Recruitment Manual.
Download the customizable all-purpose flyer template.
As a volunteer, we know that you’re excited to tell everyone you
meet about the important work that you do for the girls in our
council, and what’s in store for the future. We’ve worked hard to
create resources to help make that easier for you. Via this link, you can order your choice of:
- Six unique flyers
- A poster
- A brochure (trifold)
- A postcard
You can even include custom messaging on some of the flyers. We know
what you’re thinking, but don’t worry… they’re on us! Just enter which
materials you need, how many, where they need to be delivered to, when
you’ll need them by, and any custom messaging.
Recruitment Business Card
This business card is based on the
standard business card template – Avery #5371 Business Cards (2”x 3.5”
card on 8.5” x 11” page). Most off-brands will note “as comparable to
Avery #5371.” Target and Walmart both sell a compatible pack of card
stock for printing the business cards. A less expensive option is to
print on card stock and cut out the cards. It might be fun to print on
colored card stock to give the card some flair and add handwritten
messages on the blank side of the card. Note: The card can be printed
in color or black and white.
Additional Recruitment Resources and Support