2017 Delegate Information
50th Girl Scouts of Orange County Annual Meeting
March 29, 2017 at 6:30PM - 9:00PM
All delegates MUST register for the Annual Meeting.
Scroll down for important documents and details.
Congratulations on being elected a Council Delegate! Delegates are elected as part of the governance process to represent the service unit (a local geographic subdivision of the council). Delegates have an interest in policy, bylaws and influencing the decisions and activities of the council. As a delegate, you represent your community in important GSOC discussions and decisions.
Once you have been elected, you will choose your Delegate role by logging in to your Member Community from our main www.GirlScoutsOC.org website, clicking on the yellow MyGS in the top navigation bar (or clicking on the three bars next to the search symbol in the top green bar on your mobile device, then clicking MyGS)
After logging in, under the Home tab, click the Volunteer Role button
Type your service unit number and the title of the volunteer position you are selecting in the search bar. For example: SUXXX Delegate to the Council, and then select the corresponding zip code and 20 for radius, and click the Search button.
In the Search Results area, select the check box to indicate the desired role for your service unit, click the Next button.
Select the membership year (you won’t be charged for another membership).
Update the Contact information, if necessary. Select the Girl Scouts Promise and Law check box, click Submit.
Once you have selected your role, you will receive additional information on your next steps.
Links for Annual Meeting:
Standing Rules - Standing Rules are
provided for any large meeting of a membership in order to expedite
Map & Directions -
Business Expo Center, Anaheim
- Annual Meeting attendance form -To expedite the check-in process, please bring this completed form to the Annual Meeting.
Council Delegate Position Description
- Council Delegate Training Please view the Delegate overview video. Required for new Delegates and Alternates.
Connie Rodriguez, Executive Administrator