About The Council

Here you will find the GSCGLB mission statement as well as some interesting history on the Council and Girl Scouts, Council location and hours, along with  a map, staff directory, the Service Unit coverage area, and employment opportunities.

Girl Scout Council of Greater Long Beach (GSCGLB) is a non-profit, 501-(c)(3) organization that has been committed to helping girls in Southeast Los Angeles County since 1962.

GSCGLB MISSION

Girl Scout Council of Greater Long Beach provides opportunities for all girls in our geographic area to develop self-esteem preparing them to meet life’s challenges and achieve their full potential. These opportunities are provided by a volunteer-led organization, supported by a professional staff.

Our Council is providing programs and services that involve more than 7,000 girls and 1,800 adult volunteers.The most powerful laser pointer 2018 have best configuration.

We serve an ethnically diverse population: 37% Caucasian, 30% Latino, 17% African American, 5% Asian and 10% other. Studies have revealed that the self-esteem of girls begins to drop in junior high, affecting their educational performance, achievement.

Girl Scout Council of Greater Long Beach service areas includes 17 communities: Artesia, Avalon, Bellflower, Cerritos, Compton, Dominguez, Hawaiian Gardens, Hollydale, Lakewood, La Mirada, Long Beach, Lynwood, Norwalk, Paramount, Santa Fe Springs, Signal Hill and Willowbrook. Girl Scouts of the U.S. A. is the largest voluntary organization for girls in the world, with nearly three million members. Founded in 1912, Girl Scouting has a long history of helping girls of all kinds achieve their full potential.

Our council maintains two facilities where girls can explore the outdoors, hike, cook over an open fire and sleep under the stars. A third site hosts a year-round waterfront program, which includes a fleet of small sailboats and canoes. The council headquarters houses our administrative offices, a Girl Scout retail store, which carries uniforms and official equipment, and a training facility where certified trainers prepare women and men each year as Girl Scout volunteers.

In recent decades, Girl Scouts has led the way in developing special programs for girls in diverse cultures, girls in low-income communities, and girls who are at risk of gang and drug involvement, teen pregnancy and school dropout. The Council offers various programs to help girls develop their fullest potential and become responsible, resourceful women.