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Learn the meaning of the three keys of the Girl Scout Leadership Experience (GSLE) and how to use resources to support the GSLE, including the journeys with accompanying adult guides, and how to use the Girl Scout processes in all activities.
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.
This course provides new volunteers with basic information regarding the mission, purpose and history of Girl Scouts. Each new leader and at least one assistant leader are required to complete New Member Orientation provided by GS-TOP.
This class will teach you the parts of a troop meeting, where to find the resources you will need to help you with your troop, and the “how to” of Girl Scouts. You will also learn the rules and regulations, those you will need immediately to hold your first troop meeting and those you will need in the future for troop activities, day trips and...
Learn the meaning of the three keys of the Girl Scout Leadership Experience (GSLE) and what resources we have available to help support you. This course also includes learning about the Girl Scout journeys and how to use them to offer fun activities for the girls.
At this overnight class participants will learn fire building safety, menu & activity planning, proper care of equipment, knots and basic concept of Leave No Trace principles. 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.
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.
Want to get "camp certified" to take your troop camping? This is the time and place. Two trainings are combned into one to save you time. The camp certified leader can be any adult(s) from the troop.
Outdoor 101 includes the basic knowledge required to take girls camping at both council and non-council facilities. Participants will...
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.
The Gold Award is earned by Seniors and Ambassadors and is the highest award a girl can earn in Girl Scouts. This workshop reviews GSUSA guidelines for the Gold Award and is a great place to get feedback on ideas girls may already have for the project. Both girls and leaders/advisors are encouraged to attend the workshop. Topics include award...
A course to learn the meaning of the three keys of the Girl Scout Leadership Experience (GSLE) and how to use resources to support the GSLE, including the journeys with accompanying adult guides.
Start here to begin earning the Girl Scout's highest awards! These awards are named after metals; the Bronze Award is earned by Juniors and the Silver Award by Cadettes. This workshop reviews GSUSA guidelines for each award. Both girls and leaders are encouraged to attend the workshop. Topics include how to...
The TCU Horned Frogs are hosting a Volleyball Clinic for Girl Scouts. Attend the clinic from 11:00 am - 12:00 pm, and stay for the Volleyball Match at 1:00 pm. TCU Horned Frogs will be playing their Big 12 rival, Kansas Jayhawks. The event includes the Volleyball Clinic, a special TCU Volleyball Patch, a Ticket to the game, and Post Match...