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Girl Scout Alumnae

Girl Scouts 

Who are Girl Scout Alumnae?

Girl Scout Alumnae are adult Girl Scouts, eighteen (18) and over, former and current volunteers and former and current employees.
If you have experienced our organization then you are most likely an alumnae!

Once a Girl Scout. Always a Girl Scout.

Since 1912, millions of women's lives have been     positively influenced – sometimes even transformed – by their Girl Scout experience. Whether you are one of the millions of women who were Girl Scouts, including Brownie Girl Scouts, or you were a volunteer or staff member who worked at the national or local level to help Girl Scouts reach their full potential, you are forever connected to a rich and vibrant movement.

Evidence of the positive and life-changing experience Girl Scouting has had on women can be found long after their days of selling cookies has passed. Whether they’ve grown    to become a doctor, teacher, mother or judge, we all share a common influence — the lessons we learned at an impressionable young age, as taught by Girl Scout role models.


Stay Connected, Change a Girl’s Life

As a Girl Scout Alumnae, you know firsthand how transforming this positive program can be in a girl’s life. Whether you are actively involved with Girl Scouts or not, you can stay connected through the local and national Girl Scout Councils. If it has been a while, you    may be surprised how Girl Scouting has changed over the years. Every day we meet women who share our memories. If you are one of them, we would like to include you in our alumni events throughout the year.

Network, Have Fun!


With Girl Scouts of the USA approaching our 100th Anniversary, the stage is set for the greatest alumnae gathering ever! Be a part of the celebration. We are looking for women who want to:


  • receive information about upcoming Girl Scout 100th Anniversary events
  • connect with other former Girl Scouts through local programs and events
  • learn what Girl Scouting is doing today to build girls of courage, confidence, and character
  • receive newsletters that share stories of the Girl Scout experience throughout our area
  •  return to camp for a weekend of Girl Scout fun
  • join the National Alumnae Association to connect with friends

And, you will have fun and help make the world a better place

Reconnect with Girl Scouting!


Reconnect with the premier organization for girls – the one that helped you become the successful woman you are today. See who else is in our Girl Scout friendship circle.     Click here to see a list of famous women who were Girl Scouts.

Let us know who you are! It's easy -- call us at 1-800-895-7390 ext. 220.
Registration is just a phone call away!





Troop Mitre


Troop Mitre is a group of Camp Mitre Peak alumnae, friends, and supporters. As a member, you are among a circle of friends who know and love Camp Mitre Peak, nestled in the mountains between Fort Davis and Alpine, Texas. Your annual membership will help support the general operations of Camp Mitre Peak including: program, girl scholarships, operations, maintenance, and facility improvements.

The Mission of Troop Mitre is to serve as an ambassador for Camp Mitre Peak and its programs; raise funds; preserve the cherished history and fond memories  created over the past 60 years; and foster relationships between alumni, friends, the Girl Scout organization, and the community.


Girl Scouts of the Desert Southwest invites all alumnae to come lend a hand at Camp Mitre Peak! The CMP Work Weekend is sponsored and organized by Troop Mitre members. Just like last year we will be starting work Friday morning & working through Sunday noon. Come for all or as much of the weekend as you can!
There will be a variety of work projects with differing physical demands so that everyone can help!  (All participants must be at least 18 years old.)

Click here for more information and to register for the Camp Mitre Peak Work Weekend.


For membership information with Troop Mitre, please click here.

To view the Troop Mitre Update (Newsletter) for Fall 2012, click here.