Cookies, campfires, and changing the world are all part of the journey! One adventure at a time, Girl Scouts learn, grow, and do amazing things.

Introduce girls to new experiences that change their perspectives and broaden their worlds. Show them all that they’re capable of doing.

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Renew Now for some great rewards!

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It's time to renew all Girl Scout Memberships for 2019-2020, and if you renew early enough, you can earn some great rewards, too, for your Girl Scout, your Troop, or your Service Unit. Check them out! Renew, today.

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2019-2020 LINK PROGRAM GUIDE AVAILABLE

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Looking forward to another year of Girl Scout fun and adventure? We've got it! With more than 115 LINK Program Activities available, Girl Scouts can earn official badges, fun patches, and LINK Lock & Chain patches, while exploring topics such as the outdoors, space science, and cybersecurity. Plan ahead with the new 2019-2020 LINK Program Guide, online now. 

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New Journey and Badges for 2019

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From the mightiest Daisy or Brownie to the most accomplished Gold Award Girl Scout, badges fuel girls’ journey to success and beyond. And, with 42 new badges in STEM and Outdoor activities and one new Journey for 2019-2020, girls can choose from over 236 unique ways to lead their own adventure at Girl Scouts.

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News

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Assemblyman Anthony M. Bucco visits Jockey Hollow Day Camp

06 Aug 2019

Assemblyman Anthony M. Bucco visited Jockey Hollow Day Camp today and enjoyed trying his hand at archery, speaking with camp instructors, cheering on ziplining campers, and walking the nature trails to see our pool, cabins, Challenge Course, and the Equestrian and Environmental centers.

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Girl Scout Troop earns trailblazing and primitive camper badges

29 Jul 2019

GSNNJ Girl Scout Cadettes of Troop 94899 in West Milford have been working on their Trailblazing and Primitive Camper badges. The girls met several times prior to their final 8.46 mile backpacking trip, and worked on outdoor skills such as using a camp saw, building a primitive emergency shelter, planning and cooking meals on camp stoves and an open fire, pitching tents, purifying water, reading trail signs, maps, and compasses, planning routes, tying knots, and hiking, among other things.

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UPCOMING EVENTS

Questions? Call Girl Scouts of Northern New Jersey Customer Care: (973) 248-8200

Or, email us at customercare@gsnnj.org