Girl Scout Voices Count
What is Girl Scout Voices Count?
Girl Scout Voices Count is the annual, national Voice of the Customer survey conducted by the Girl Scout Research Institute (GSRI), a group of researchers who work at Girl Scouts of the USA (GSUSA). The survey captures the voice of our Movement via three core customer groups: Girl Scouts, parents/caregivers, and volunteers.
What is the purpose of GSVC?
GSVC is used to track national key performance indicators (satisfaction, recommendation, and intent to stay) as well as how our members feel about and experience Girl Scouts. Good or bad, Girl Scouts wants to hear from its members.
Why should I participate in GSVC?
Your feedback and responses help us to improve national programming, grow membership, and provide Girl Scout members with the best possible Girl Scout experience.
When is GSVC?
This year the GSVC survey will be sent to girls, parents/caregivers and troop leaders/co-leaders on Tuesday, April 5, and run through Saturday, April 30.
Service unit volunteers will be surveyed starting Wednesday, May 4 through Friday, June 3.
Will I receive something for
participating in GSVC?
This year, GSUSA is offering to those members who complete the survey, a chance to win one of 20 $50 gift cards for each survey group (Girl Scouts, parents/caregivers, troop leaders and service unit volunteers).
GSSD will also enter the names of its members who complete the survey into a random drawing for a variety of special GS items including 1-year memberships, a troop photo or portrait, hosted troop meetings with planned activities and supplies, and more
Questions? Contact GSVoicesCount@girlscouts.org