Girl Scouts of Greater Los Angeles

About Girl Scouts of Greater Los Angeles

Council Overview

Established in Los Angeles in 1922, Girl Scouts of Greater Los Angeles (“GSGLA”), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, serves 33,000 girls in partnership with nearly 16,000 adult members and volunteers throughout the communities of Los Angeles County, and parts of Kern and San Bernardino Counties. GSGLA is the largest girl-serving nonprofit agency in Los Angeles, with programs in entrepreneurship, life skills, outdoor, and STE(A)M, building girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place.

GSGLA Values

Our core values represent how we behave on a day-to-day basis. These values are the specific behaviors that are expected, encouraged, and rewarded within our GSGLA culture.

• INTEGRITY: We do what we say we are going to do. We strive for our highest quality work and commit to doing what’s right even when it’s difficult.
• CLARITY OF PURPOSE: We commit to and stay focused on the goals and priorities of GSGLA and hold ourselves responsible for keeping the girl at the center of everything we do.
• ACCOUNTABILITY: We accept personal responsibility for our work, and we hold others accountable. We can be relied upon and can rely on others. We commit to mutual understanding and mutual problem solving and embrace the necessary tough conversations.
• RESPECT: We practice respect by caring for the worth of ourselves, others, the environment, property, and policies. We listen well and honor diversity in ideas without judgements.

Questions & Answers

How do I prepare to be interviewed for a camp counselor type of role at the Girl Scouts of Greater Los Angeles?

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I've heard camp counselors have a lot of daily responsibilities at the Girl Scouts of Greater Los Angeles, is that true?

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