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Wednesday, 21 August 2013 23:19
Category: Pathways
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Find the path that's right for you

Pathways are flexible and nationally consistent ways for girls and adults to participate in the Girl Scout Leadership Experience.

 When a girl or an adult joins the organization, she or he becomes a Girl Scout member. Girls can choose any one, all, or some of these pathways -- camp, events, series, travel, troops, and virtual, within a single school year.

The flexibility of Pathways will allow adults to participate in Girl Scouting based on their lifestyle and availability -- whether the adult prefers to partner directly with girls throughout a membership year, participate for only a few weeks or months, or work with other adults in a variety of roles.

 

Interested in finding a great volunteer position for your schedule and interests? Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.   or visit the Volunteer Options page to learn more.

 

 

What does Pathways mean for girls and adults everywhere?

             •    Membership flexibility and participation options

    Increased volunteer retention and recruitment -- more adults to serve and support more girl members

    Increased flexibility encourages more girls to join Girl Scouting

    Increased interest from adults who desire to provide direct service to girls through more short term volunteer opportunities

    Current girl and adult members can remain with the organization longer because of the flexible ways to join and volunteer

 

 
Wednesday, 21 August 2013 23:18
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The Fall Product Sale Program is a great way for girls to earn early startup funds for Girl Scout activities while learning a lifetime of skills. Through the Fall Product Sale, friends and family can purchase their magazine renewals and new subscriptions and/or candy and nut items. Girl Scouts have fun and earn money for their troops while developing five essential life skills:                                                                                                        

Goal Setting

Decision Making

Money Management  

People Skills  

Business Ethics


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How to get started...easy as 1, 2, and 3!
 
 
 1. Go to qsp nut online
 

2. Register for an online account.

3. Start sending personalized email messages to friends and family inviting them

to shop on your personal online store front.

Girls begin taking orders September 21st 

 

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2013 Fall Product Sale Schedule

September 

Troop/Group Nut Manager Training with service units

September 21

Order taking starts

October 12

All girl orders due online before 12 Midnight
(contact your Troop/Group Nut Manager
for parent due dates for orders)

October 29- November 1st

Products delivered to SU Fall Product Managers


November 2-29

Girls and parents deliver products to customers

December 2 ACH Debit from Troop Acounts 
TBA Girl Recognitions- Contact SUFPM for exact dates

 

 

 

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 Sell 100 Total Items to Join the Club!
All girls who sell a total of 100 chocolate/nut items OR online magazines will become a member of the club and earn a $25.00 Movie Gift Card, GSGST tote bag, and the 100 club patch! 

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Forms

Troop Fall Product Manager Agreement

2013 Fall Product Parent Agreement Form

ACH Form

 

 

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Troop Leaders
Click the Nut-E image and register your troop to participate in the Girl Scout Nuts and Magazine Program. Nut-E is where troops place their product orders for each girl, order rewards, view troop reports and proceeds.

Login information will be sent to each troop leader by their Service Unit/Community Fall Product Manager. 

Wednesday, 21 August 2013 23:10
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Teen Mentoring Awards

When Girl Scouts guide younger girls or teach them something that they know, they are acting as a mentor. There are many opportunities for Girl Scout Cadettes, Senors and Ambassadors to help younger Girl Scouts by sharing their skills, passion and experience.


Cadette Program Aide

The Cadette Program Aide training is designed to foster the development of basic leadership skills and gives girls a basis for working with younger girls. Topics include basic understanding of the Girl Scout Leadership Experience, Journey program, activity ideas and how to create high quality experience. Additionally, participants will learn about the developmental characteristics of younger girls, group dynamics and safety.

Requirements to earn the Cadette Program Aide Award:

  • Earn a Leader in Action (LiA) award
  • Complete council-designed leadership training. Part of the leadership course training will involve learning to work with children, and gaining a deeper understanding of a specialty such as science, art, the outdoors, or adapting activities for girls with disabilities.
  • Work directly with younger girls over six activity sessions. This might be assisting girls on Journey activities (in addition to what you did for your Lia), badge activities, or other sessions. Or work with a group, at a meeting, day camp, or during a special council event.


Leader in Action

A Leader in Action (LiA) award can be earned by assisting a Girl Scout Brownie group on any of their National Leadership Journeys. There are three different LiA awards, one for each of the Journey series: It’s Your World -- Change It!, It’s Your Planet -- Love It!, and It’s Your Story --Tell It!
To earn an LiA Award, complete the following steps:

  • Share organization skills.
  • Share special talents.
  • Teach Brownies something important from their journey.
  • Reflect on the experience.


Counselor-in-Training I 

Counselor-in-Training I (CIT’s) mentor younger girls in a camp setting as skills are built toward becoming a camp counselor.
To earn this award complete the following steps:

  • Complete a council-designed leadership training course on outdoor experiences.
  • Work with younger girls over the course of a camp session.


Counselor-in-Training II

Girl Scout Seniors or Ambassadors interested in mentoring younger girls in a specific area of camp, as they build skills towards becoming camp counselors should consider pursuing this award.

To earn this award complete the following steps:

  • Earn the Counselor-in-Training I Award.
  • Work with younger girls over the course of at least one camp session while focused on increasing skills in one specific area-such as riding instruction, lifeguarding or the arts.


Volunteer-in-Training

The newly named Volunteer-inTraining award replaces the Leader in Training award and is earned by Girl Scout Seniors and Ambassadors who would like to mentor a Girl Scout Daisy, Brownie, Junior or Cadette group outside of the camp experience.

To earn this award complete the following steps:

  • Completed ninth grade.
  • Design and implement a project that spans over a three-to-six month period.
  • Find a mentor volunteer who is currently volunteering with a Girl Scout troop or group.
  • Complete the council-designed leadership course.
  • Create and implement a thoughtful program based on a Journey or badge that lasts over four or more sessions.
  • Be responsible for designing, planning, and evaluating the activities.
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Scholarships

Wednesday, 21 August 2013 23:06
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Colleges and universities recognize the merits of the Girl Scout experience by making scholarships and grants available to Girl Scouts and recipients of the Girl Scout Gold Award. Girls seeking scholarships should contact their high school guidance counselor or the financial aid office at the school they wish to attend for information on any scholarships that might be available to Girl Scouts.

Visit the GSUSA website to search for the Gold Award scholarships in your area.

If you have any additional questions about Gold Award scholarships, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

 

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