Girl Scouts of the Northwestern Great Lakes

About Girl Scouts of the Northwestern Great Lakes

Girl Scouts of the Northwestern Great Lakes (GSNWGL) formed in 2008, the result of a nationwide organizational realignment. Formerly six separate Councils now comprise GSNWGL, which partners with 6,000 volunteers, serves approximately 18,000 girls, and covers 58 counties across northern Wisconsin and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.

Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place.

Council Vision
We are a viable, visible, girl-centered organization responsive and appealing to our members, volunteers, and staff. We engage quality individuals to help us deliver relevant programs that offer a lasting, positive impact.


Adult Development and Waterfront Director

June 2019 - September 2019 Appleton, WI
“The employees, volunteers, girls, and atmosphere of the different settings I worked at. Knowing I made a significant contribution to projects. Researching and providing relevant and affordable options for volunteer training so that they can take girls swimming, canoeing, and kayaking safely. Working with volunteers and staff at camp to provide quality swimming, canoeing, and kayaking experiences.”
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