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08/21
2013

Highest Awards

Wednesday, 21 August 2013 21:48
Category: The Program
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Highest Awards
Girl Scout Bronze, Silver, and Gold Awards

 

The Girl Scout Bronze, Silver, and Gold Awards represent the highest achievements in Girl Scouting and a commitment that girls make to themselves, their communities, and to the world.  Silver and Gold Award workshops are highly recommended for girls, parents, troop leaders, and other adults and volunteers who are interested in learning how to “Go for the Silver” or “Go for the Gold.”  If you are not able to attend a scheduled workshop, contact the Girl Scout Gold and Silver Award Advisory Committee by email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Before you begin work on any of the three highest awards, consult the Awards At-a-Glance below, as well as the guides and forms for your respective award below.

Girl Scout Bronze, Silver, and Gold Awards
At-a-Glance and FAQ

Girl Scout Gold Award
Girl Scout Gold Award Girl Guide
Girl Scout Gold Award Girl Guide (Spanish)
Girl Scout Gold Award Adult Guide
Girl Scout Gold Award Project Proposal
Girl Scout Gold Award Final Report
Application for Gold Money-Raising

Council and GSUSA Publications

Gold Award Checklist
Benefits of Earning the Girl Scout Gold Award
From Good to Great Gold Projects
Money and Your Leadership Project
Ways Parents Can Help

For Leaders of Gold Award Recipients
Information for Leaders of Gold Award Recipients


Girl Scout Silver Award
Girl Scout Silver Award Girl Guide
Girl Scout Silver Award Guide (Spanish)
Girl Scout Silver Award Adult Guide
Girl Scout Silver Award Project Report
Application for Silver Money-Raising

Council and GSUSA Publications

Silver Award Checklist
Benefits of Earning the Girl Scout Silver Award
From Good to Great Silver Projects
Money and Your Leadership Project
Ways Parents Can Help


Girl Scout Bronze Award
Girl Scout Bronze Award Girl Guide
Girl Scout Bronze Award Girl Guide (Spanish)
Girl Scout Bronze Award Adult Guide
Girl Scout Bronze Award Project Report

   

 

 

 

08/21
2013

Program Guide

Wednesday, 21 August 2013 21:48
Category: The Program
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clicktodownloadProgram Guide

Scroll down for event dates and descriptions or click the image on the left to download the full In Motion Program Guide.

 

GSGST's In Motion Program Guide is published three times a year (July, October, and February). Hard copies of the publication can be printed and can be requested in hard copy at any of the Girl Scout Service Centers.

Program Guide last updated 2/24/14.  Updates are made to the In Motion Program Guide periodically.   Check back or stay tuned to the Council Newsletter for updates.

 

What you'll find in the In Motion Program Guide:

•   The event listings below, all together in one document.

•   Your step-by-step guide to registering for and attending council-sponsored activities

•   Refund policies

•   Adult learning opportunities for Cadettes, Seniors, Ambassadors, and Adults

•   Detailed information regarding additional program opportunities for girls

Council programs provide an opportunity for girls to experience Girl Scouting through any of the flexible pathways. By developing collaborations with local community resources, the council can provide programs that often are not available at the troop or service unit level. Girls come together from all areas of the council to enjoy the fun, friendship, and power of girls together.

 

March 2014

Mar.

21-23

Wilderness Core Camp #1

If you’ve attended Core Camp at Bayview and you’re ready to try out tent camping, Wilderness Core Camp is a great opportunity to have a first tent-camp troop trip to beautiful Camp Green Hill. Troop Camp Consultant training is required for troops to attend. Bring your own meal to cook outdoors on Saturday night! Registration is open to both troops and individual Girl Scouts. Please register for only one Core Camp per year.  (Wilderness Core Camp #2 takes place in May)

Grades: 2-12                            ESA

$20.00/girl • $12.00/adult

Camp Green Hill

23152 Park Road 25, Mathis, TX

Registration closes March 7

Minimum: 25 / Maximum: 65

Mar. 29

Women in Marine Science

The University of Texas Marine Science Institute is hosting this event for Girl Scouts to explore the activities and careers of women in the Marine Sciences.  Get hands-on experiences in the lab and in the field at the UTMSI campus in Port Aransas.  Right on the coast, this is the perfect place for girls to get excited about marine science and how a career in this field can make a big difference for our environment.

Adults who register will participate in the Chaperone Cafe, where they will get to chat and spend time with scientists while the girls participate in their activities.

Now open to Grades 5-8    ESA

$5.00/girl

8:30am-12:15pm

(Doors open at 8:00am)

Univ. of TX Marine Science Institute

750 Channel View Dr, Port Aransas, TX

Registration closes March 24

Minimum/Maximum To Be Announced

Mar.

29-30

Outdoors Badge Day

Brownies through Ambassadors are invited to the National Butterfly Center at an overnight event.  Camp is anchored by the Metamorphosis TeePee, where you may hold your own midnight council meeting over hot chocolate and s’mores.  Juniors earn requirements toward Camper and Geocacher, Cadettes complete requirements toward Trailblazing and Night Owl.

Tents, food, and camping supplies not included.

Register by calling 956-583-5400.

Grades: 2-12

$25.00/girl • Adult cost TBA

6:30pm to 7:30am

National Butterfly Center

3333 Butterfly Park Dr., Mission, TX 78572

Registration closes March 14.

Minimum:  TBA / Maximum:  TBA

April 2014

Apr.

12-13

Annual Gathering

Annual Meeting, Swap Meet, Recognition Banquet, Gold Award Alliance Meet ‘n’ Greet, and Adventure Camporee

Five events take place in one weekend where girls and volunteers from across the council gather for celebrations and fun.  See the linked packet for all details and registration form.

Grades: All                                            FAM

Costs and times for individual events listed in Annual Gathering packet

Richard M. Borchard Regional Fairgrounds,

1213 Terry Shamsie Blvd, Robstown, TX

Registration closes March 21

No minimum / Maximum depends on space

Apr. 26

Girlapalooza at Schlitterbahn SPI

Make a splash getting a jump-start on the new Girl Scout year with this Spring Registration celebration.  Ticket price includes entry to Schlitterbahn and Girl Scout membership for 2014-15.  Purchases are contingent upon registration or re-registration as a Girl Scout for the 2014-15 membership year.  Tickets will not be available for this price at the door.  Tickets are for sale at all five Girl Scout service centers or by mail.  See the flier for details.  Contact Allie at (956) 668-0299.

Grades: ALL                                          FAM

$39.00/girl  • $39.00/adult

Schlitterbahn South Padre Island

33261 Park Road 100

South Padre Island, TX

Ticket sales end April 22, 2014

No minimum / No maximum

 

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Apr. 27

Girlapalooza at Texas State Aquarium

Make a splash getting a jump-start on the new Girl Scout year with this Spring Registration celebration.  Registration fee includes the cost of entry to Texas State Aquarium, program for girls at the Sea Lab, and membership for 2014-15 year.  Registration for this event is continegent upon registration or re-registration as a Girl Scout for the 2014-15 membership year.  

 

 

       Grades: ALL                                          FAM

$35.00/girl  • $35.00/adult

1pm-7pm

Texas State Aquarium

2710 N Shoreline

Corpus Christi, TX 

Registration closes April 18

Per session Min: 20 girls / Max: 60 girls

May 2014

May 

2-4

Backpacking at Enchanted Rock

Take the next step in outdoor adventure with a Backpacking trip to Enchanted Rock State Park near Fredericksburg.  Hike in to your campsite Friday, enjoy the trails and exploring the park on Saturday, and hike out on Sunday.  This is an introductory backpacking trip.  Water must be hiked in.  Backpacking training is required for all attendees, and Troop Camp Consultant Training is a pre-requisite for each troop.

 

 

Grades 6-12                   D-O

$14.00/girl • $14.00/adult

3pm Friday - 10am Sunday

Enchanted Rock State Park

16710 Ranch Road 965

Fredericksburg, TX

Registration closes April 17

Minimum: 6 / Maximum depends on site availability

 

May 2-4

Wilderness Core Camp #1

If you’ve attended Core Camp at Bayview and you’re ready to try out tent camping, Wilderness Core Camp is a great opportunity to have a first tent-camp troop trip to beautiful Camp Green Hill. Troop Camp Consultant training is required for troops to attend. Bring your own meal to cook outdoors on Saturday night! Registration is open to both troops and individual Girl Scouts. Please register for only one Core Camp per year.  (Wilderness Core Camp #2 takes place in May)

Grades: 2-12                           

$20.00/girl • $12.00/adult

Camp Green Hill

23152 Park Road 25, Mathis, TX

Registration closes April 17

Minimum: 25 / Maximum: 65

                   

May 3

Design Your Future: An event for future women leaders

Girls are the future of the computer science and engineering fields!  Get hands-on fun and learning with college students in these fields, and see what it's like to seek a degree in computing technology.  From learning a coding language to building your own light up badge circuit, you'll be super tech-savvy at this fun event.

Grades 4-8

$3.00/girl • Adults are free

1pm - 5pm

University of Texas-Pan American

Edinburg, TX

Registration closes April 11

Minimum: 20 / Maximum: 50

 

May 17

Animal Badge Day

Brownies through Seniors will learn all about animals, from appropriate (and inappropriate) Pets, to Habitats, Helpers, and conservation efforts for endangered and protected species, such as the Texas Tortoise and Texas Indigo.  Springtime in the wild is full of surprises, so join us for a program that is sure to please animal lovers of all ages!  Register by calling 956-583-5400.

Grades: 2-10                  FAM

$15.00/girl • Two leaders free per troop, additional parents and siblings pay park admission cost only.

9am-12pm

National Butterfly Center

3333 Butterfly Park Dr., Mission, TX 78572

Registration closes May 2

Minimum: TBA / Maximum: TBA

 

May 24

TLC Day at Camp Bayview

Girl Scouts and their families are invited to show some Tender Loving Care at Camp Bayview with clean-up, service projects, and elbow grease.  Adopt a project or need of the camp from a list, and help keep your camp beautiful!

Grades: All                                             FAM

Free for girls and adults

7am-2pmish

Camp Bayview

103 S. San Roman Blvd., Bayview, TX

Registration closes May 16

 

May 31

TLC Day at Camp Green Hill

Girl Scouts and their families are invited to show some Tender Loving Care at Camp Green Hill with clean-up, service projects, and elbow grease.   Adopt a project or need of the camp from a list, and help keep your camp beautiful!

Grades: All                                        FAM

Free for girls and adults

7am-2pmish

Camp Green Hill

23152 Park Road 25, Mathis, TX

Registration closes May 23

 

May 31

Open House for Girl Scouts

Educational Services Center Region 2 invites Girl Scouts to an Open House to kick off their partnership with Girl Scouts of Greater South Texas.  Girls will complete a requirement for a badge, explore the interactive themed rooms, and receive a patch for completing a Scavenger Hunt Challenge.

Save the date!  More details and registration will appear here!

 

Details TBA

Educational Services Center Region 2

Corpus Christi, TX

Summer Fun 2014

June

6-8

Camp Volunteer Staff Training

Join the team of camp staff, and enjoy the summer as a lifeguard, counselor, kitchen staff, unit leader, or activity leader.  Free training is  provided to all camp staff, to get ready for a fun and unforgettable summer.

Grades: 9-12  & Adult                          D-O

Free for camp volunteers

Times to be announced

Camp Bayview

103 S. San Roman., Bayview, TX

 

Mini-camps at Bayview

Have an unforgettable summer at Camp Bayview.  Mini-camps are Camp Sampler themed.  Enjoy all of the fun of a  Girl Scout camp—splashing in the pool, singing by the campfire, bunking with new friends, and making memories that lats a lifetime!

Mini-camp #1—June 20-22

Mini-camp #2—June 27-29

Mini-camp #3—July 11-13

Grades: Completed K-12                   D-O

$80.00/girl

See Summer Camp packet for details on all sessions.

Camp Bayview

103 S. San Roman, Bayview, TX

 

Resident Camps at Bayview

Make lifelong friends and memories at Girl Scout camp.  From late-night swim parties to camp cook-outs, you’ll have the summer adventure you’ve been waiting all year for.  Camp themes to be announced in February.

Resident Camp #1—July 20-25

Resident Camp #2—July 27-August 1

Grades: Completed 2-12                    D-O

See Summer Camp packet for details on all sessions.

Camp Bayview

103 S. San Roman, Bayview, TX

Jul 28 -

Aug 1

Girl Scout Surf Camp

Learn from experienced surfers how to ride the waves off the coast of Padre Island.  Surf camp runs daily from 8:30-3:30pm.  Fee includes a Gilr Scout Surf patch, camp t-shirt, goody bag, surf shirt, an ocean awareness and conservation course, and plenty of supervised time on the board.

Grades: Completed 4-12

$265/girl

8:30am-3:30pm daily

Padre Island

Registration closes 14 or when full

Maximum: 25

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Adult Recognition Awards 2013

Volunteers Make a Difference Day

Our Vision:
Through the development and implementation of the Volunteer Recognition System, Girl Scouts of Greater South Texas Council will recognize their contributions, support their efforts, and challenge its volunteers not only to continue but also to help cultivate new volunteers.

Girl Scouts of Greater South Texas has developed the following Volunteer Recognition System to ensure that all our volunteers are given the proper appreciation and recognition. In the Adult Recognitions Handbook you will find the necessary information that will help you decide which recognitions are available in order to nominate the volunteers in your community. You will find recognition descriptions, nomination forms and applications.



All inquiries regarding Adult Recognitions contact:

Terry Blevins, Director of Volunteer Services 1-800-865-3069 (Victoria Service Center)

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