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gsLearn

gsLearn is Girl Scouts’ official online and on-demand training platform. It empowers users (“learners”) to complete training as it works best for them. Learners have access to Girl Scouts of Eastern Missouri-specific learning content, as well as Movement-wide learning content from GSUSA.

Who can use gsLearn?

gsLearn is available to all registered adult volunteers.

How will gsLearn benefit me?

Convenience!  gsLearn will make learning what you need to know, when you need to know it, easier than ever.

  • It houses all GSEM online training opportunities and tracks all online, virtual, or in-person courses.
  •  Learners may easily access their personal training histories.
  •  Courses may be paused, exited, and restarted as needed by learners without losing their progress.
  •  It provides access to helpful new Movement-wide online learning opportunities created by GSUSA
How do I access gsLearn?

Beginning August 21, 2020 volunteers may access gsLearn by logging into their myGS account from our website and selecting “gsLearn”.  This will direct you to your gsLearn dashboard.

What happens if I am unable to access gsLearn?

If you encounter difficulties accessing gsLearn, please contact the Answer Center at answercenter@girlscoutsem.org or 314.400.4600.

Will I be able to see all of my previously completed courses?

Every effort will be made to have an accurate record of each learner’s essential course completions and certifications available to view in gsLearn.  However, adding those records will take time and we thank you for your patience as we continue to upload those records over the coming months.

Will I still be able to access online training courses directly from the GSEM website without logging into myGS?

All online courses that are currently available on our website will be transitioned to gsLearn on August 21, 2020.  Until then, please continue to use the online training materials found directly on our website