Girl Scout Voices Count is a national survey program of girls, parents, and troop volunteers that is conducted each year by the Girl Scout Research Institute (GSRI), a group of researchers who work at GSUSA. At Girl Scouts, we care about your experience, good or bad, and we want to hear from you! The survey results help GSUSA and local councils understand how to make Girl Scouts the best it can be.
Girls, parents, and volunteers are the heart of Girl Scouts — and we want to hear from you! In April, Girl Scouts of the USA will be conducting a national survey program called "Girl Scout Voices Count" to find out what’s working, and what’s not, in Girl Scouts.
The surveys open on April 3rd. Save the date and BE SURE TO CHECK YOUR EMAIL for the invitation to participate.
Everyone who completes the survey will be entered into a raffle to win one of twenty $50 gift cards!
Can we count you in?
Surveys help us determine what our girls are learning and how we can improve our programs.
All parents and girls are encouraged to participate!
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the 2017 Girl Scouts Voices Count Survey Program?
When is the survey being sent out?
Who will invitations come from?
Will I receive an invitation to take a survey?
My sister/mom/caregiver/daughter received a survey invitation, but I didn’t – what’s up with that?
In the past girls had to sign up for a panel before they could take a survey. Is that happening again this year?
How much time does it take to complete a survey?
What kinds of questions are in the survey?
Who will be able to see my answers?
I’m trying to take the survey and having technical problems – what should I do?
What if I have questions or want more information about the survey?
Why is it important for me to take the survey?