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Girl on a field trip participating in a program with a Girl Scout partner

Partners in Programming

Our Program Partners offer Girl Scouts programs and activities to enhance their experiences. From archery to robotics to surfing, there are many exciting opportunities for girls to do through Girl Scouts of California’s Central Coast.

We are proud to work with local organizations and businesses that welcome individual Girl Scouts, troops, and groups for field trips and event. The collaborators featured here have met our standards for safety and focused fun Girl Scouting programs. Please use them as a resource; they can set-up events with troops and groups to enhance your program year. 

Check These Out

Collaborative Event Partners
Bank of America
  • Levels: D/B/J/C/S/A
  • City: Virtual
  • Program Connections: Life Skills, STEM, Entrepreneurship 
Twists N Turns
AT&T: The Achievery ™
Explore Educational Resources at The Achievery ™
 

Girl Scouts and AT&T are collaborating to deliver FREE, entertaining, and engaging educational resources to students The Achievery, a digital learning platform from AT&T with over 500 learning units. The Achievery is a fantastic opportunity for your Girl Scout to enhance her skills in various areas, including digital literacy, social emotional learning, math, science, and more. Sign up for a FREE account today!

The free account is online or via mobile app

Troop Opportunities
Check back soon for more information
on our current Program Partners!

In the meantime, browse our Events Calendar for upcoming programs and events.
Speakers, Experts, and Safety Consultants
Check back soon for more information
on our current Program Partners!

In the meantime, browse our Events Calendar for upcoming programs and events.

Find Community Service Projects with the Organizations That Help Guide
Girl Scouts of all ages participate in community service and take action projects to create sustainable change. Looking for ways to help? Contact us for a listing of organizations that address community needs.