Meet a judge, earn badges, join a national service project – all from 🏠

Despite current challenges Girl Scouting is here for girls. Our mission of building leaders—who can navigate good times as well as uncertain ones—is critical. The way we live has changed, but Girl Scouts can continue to discover, connect, and take action. In fact, we’ve taken this crisis and turned it into an opportunity. An opportunity to try new things!

Webinars to connect girls directly to professional women. Explore a career path, meet badge requirements, and try something new!
All webinars will be listed on the GSCO Events Calendar. Advance registration is required. We will use Zoom to host each webinar and capacity is limited to 100 participants.

Meet a . . . District Judge!

  • Thursday, April 30, 2020 at 4 p.m.
  • Register by April 29
  • Junior Inside Government Badge (partial requirements)

Meet a . . . Musician & Performer!

  • Monday, May 4 at 4 p.m.
  • Register by May 1
  • Junior Musician Badge (partial requirements)

Questions? Email

Junior Musician badge series

Explore music and earn the Junior Musician Badge at home. Register for the series to receive information on how to complete the activities. The first meeting will be  Friday, May 1 at 4 p.m. and our last meeting will be on Friday, May 15 at 4 p.m. The deadline to register is April 30. Register for the Badge Series

Letter-writing service project

We also proud to be a part of the larger Girl Scout Movement, which is serving our country and our world. Join us on a Movement-wide letter writing campaign to support those in our community who need us most.

The idea is simple: Girls write letters to people in nursing homes, senior residences, and assisted living facilities, including the dedicated staff and caregivers. This long-distance hug is a way to share your good thoughts with these vulnerable and loved community members.

Learn more

Earn Girl Scout badges at home, on your own schedule. Check out the new,interactive Girl Scouts at Home website and Girl Scouts of Colorado’s web page highlighting council patches that can be done at home.

Stay tuned to the GSCO Blog and Facebook page for the upcoming badges/activities, including:

  • Week of April 27: Brownie Painting badge
  • Week of May 4: Junior Staying Fit badge
  • Week of May 11: Think Like an Engineer Challenges (not level-specific)
  • Every Friday: Book Craft or other literature-related activity (These are perfect for younger Girl Scouts or younger siblings).

Also, be sure to check our previous badge series: Brownie Pets, Junior Animal Habitats, and Cadette Trees.

Follow Tomahawk Ranch and Sky High Ranch on social media for fun camp crafts, recipes, and games that you and your family can do at home or share with your Girl Scout sisters.

Listen Now- Girl Scout webinar with the U.S. Census Bureau

Did you miss the call with the U.S. Census Bureau – Denver Region? Good news! It is now available online!

Don’t forget to check out GSCO’s Stand and Be Counted patch program! Listening to this webinar satisfies the requirement for Step One of the Stand and Be Counted patch.


Virtual Celebrations

Virtual Statewide Bridging Celebration

We want to honor girls’ achievements through the year and celebrate their “crossing the bridge” to the next Girl Scout level. GSCO staff will guide Girl Scouts of all levels through a virtual bridging ceremony from the comfort of your own home. Prepare to bridge at home by making your own bridge out of pillows, stuffed animals, or anything else you can safely walk across. To join, visit our Facebook page Wednesday, May 6 at 4:30 p.m.

You can also celebrate bridging this year by contributing to our Statewide Bridging video! Fill out this online form by Sunday, May 10 (end of day) to share your at-home bridging photo and reflections.

Virtual Highest Awards Celebration

Join us on May 16 at 2 p.m. for a virtual, statewide Highest Awards Celebration honoring all of the Bronze, Silver, and Gold Award Girl Scoutsfrom the past year. If your troop or girl earned a Highest Award between March 1, 2019 through February 29, 2020, you should have received an email about contributing photos to the celebration A link to join the live virtual celebration will be sent to all Highest Awards troop leaders to share with their families. Additionally, we will send out a recording of the celebration that can be watched at any time.

Highest Awards

Now is also the perfect time to start working on requirements for your Bronze, Silver, or Gold Award! The Highest Awards program has added a few additional virtual trainings.

Gold Award Project Workshop

Wednesday, April 29  from 3:30-4:30 p.m.

Gold Award Training Webinar

Tuesday, June 2 from 5-7 p.m.

Also, the award project completion deadline for bridging girls has been extended to Dec. 31.