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The highest awards in Girl Scouting are named after metals. The Gold Award is earned by Seniors and Ambassadors. This workshop reviews GSUSA guidelines for the Gold Award. Both girls and leaders are encouraged to attend the workshop before starting on their Gold Award Take Action Project. Topics include how to lead girls through the...
This event will take away the mysteries of earning a Bronze or Silver award. Join us as we explore the requirements for each of these awards. Juniors and Cadettes and their leaders and parents are encouraged to attend this event.
When girls guide or teach others, they act as mentors. One way a girl can be a teen mentor is to become a Program Aide to deepen their understanding of what leadership development means and get excited about guiding others. While learning how to be a champion mentor, girls will be able to deliver fun with purpose to younger Girl Scouts. Note:...
Learn how to put up, storm lash, take down and choose tents. Also learn where to camp other than Council facilities. You will also have the opportunity to experiment with various types of tents.
This course is the prerequisite for all outdoor classes. It provides participants with the basic knowledge required to take girls camping at both council and non-council facilities. Participants will learn council policies, procedures, proper dress, and camp rules.
At this overnight class participants will learn fire building safety, menu & activity planning, proper care of equipment, knots and the basic concept of Leave No Trace. All participants must have taken Outdoor 101.
This course is an introduction to camping and the out of doors. It covers the basic outdoor skills and Leave No Trace principles, as well as how to prepare to go camping.
When girls guide or teach others, they act as mentors. One way a girl can be a teen mentor is to become a Program Aide. While earning their PA Pin, girls deepen their understanding of what leadership development means and gain experience guiding others. Girls will learn how to be a champion mentor, as well as how to deliver fun program with a...