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For Cookie Entrepreneurs

When you participate in the Girl Scout Cookie Program, you're doing more than just helping your customers stock up on delicious treats (and having lots of fun). You're doing it with a goal in mind. Whether that goal is a pizza party, a community project, or your first overnight trip with your troop, you know how many packages you need to make it happen.

Key Program Dates

November-December: Service unit cookie coordinators (SUCCs) train troop cookie managers

December-January: Troop cookie managers (TCMs) train girls and parents/guardians

January: Service unit cookie kickoffs

Friday, Jan. 10: Troop initial order due

Saturday, Jan. 25: Troop cookie pickup

Sunday, Jan. 26, 9 a.m.: Cookie program begins

Friday, Feb. 7: Cookie booths begin

Friday-Sunday, Feb. 21-23: National Girl Scout Cookie Weekend

Sunday, March 8: Cookie program ends

Friday, April 3: Operation Thin MintSM Sendoff Family Festival

May/June: Rewards arrive

Cookie Captains and Cookie Rookies

Cookie Captains are Girl Scout Cadettes, Seniors, or Ambassadors who have participated in previous cookie programs and plan to participate in this year’s cookie program. They mentor Cookie Rookies, Daisy or Brownie troops participating in the cookie program for the first time.

Cookie Captains who complete the program requirements and turn in a final report by Friday, March 13 earn and receive an exclusive 2020 Cookie Captain patch. Cookie Rookies benefit from older girl mentorship and have fun with experienced sister Girl Scouts.

If you would like to participate as a Cookie Rookie and you do not already have Cookie Captains lined up, reach out to your service unit cookie coordinator. To participate as a Cookie Captain, complete the commitment form below.

Questions? Email

Individually Registered Members (IRMs)

Get started today be reaching out to your service unit team for in person training or complete an interest form for online training.

Did you know that you're also part of the largest financial girl-led entrepreneurial program in the world?  Even cooler, being a Girl Scout Cookie Professional gives you skills essential for success both now and later: 

   Goal Setting

  Decision Making

   Money Management 

   People Skills

   Business Ethics 

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