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Pathways

Pathways (11)

 

GSUSA GOLD AWARD STARBURST

 

 

 

 

 

GSUSA GOLD award

 

 

 

 

2012-2013 Award Recipients  
Troop #    
9113 Madie Simms
9759 Kristen Kunkel
9680 Holly Cazalas
 
 
 

 

 

 

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GSUSA SILVER AWARD STARBURST

 

 

 

 

 

GSUSA SILVER award

 

 

2012-2013 Award Recipients  
Troop #    
9219 Lexy Webb
9219 Kate Remelius
9219 Sarah Remelius
9128 Angela Saldana
9582 Haley Kelly
9582 Katlyn Thomas
9422 Muriel Cotman
9130 Marcela Sager
9130 Anya Marrufo-Zubaran
9130 Karen Marrufo-Zubaran
 

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GSUSA BRONZE AWARD STARBURST

GSUSA BRONZE award

 

 

 

2012-2013 Award Recipients
Troop #    
     
     
9194 Mariela Alicia Vidaurri
9194 Alejandra Abdali Martinez
9194 Chelsea Fuentes
9194 Sarah Patricia Quintanilla
310 Ashley  Rodriguez
310 Heaven Rae Aguilar
310 Sarah Villalovos
289 Jaslynn Aceves
289 Gabriela Garza
289 Evelyn Garza
289 Carmela  Benavides
9631 Caitlyn Emily McGee
9631 Chelsea McMahon
9631 Christina McMahan
9631 Emma Becker
9207 Raven Girgan
367 Julietta Torres-Ortega
367 Rebecca Lea Alejandro
9839 Sarah Michaels
9839 Maurgan Weeks
9839 Hannah Smith
9839 Jocelin Agnew
9839 Jenae Pena
472 Faith Hope Guerra
472 Daniela Flores
472 Jasmine Leal
472 Mikayla Santiago
472 Megan Vela
365 Paris Aguilar
365 Hannah Jordan Edelstein
365 Alexandra Espinosa
365 Summer Greer
365 Victoria Hinojos
365 Steffani Hunter
365 Stephanie Martinez
365 Sophia Ortiz
365 Alexa Pineda
365 Sabrina Riebeling
365 Ania Sophia Laguna
365 Alexandria Marie Sikes
365 Andrea Renee Rivas
365 Ana Martinez
341 Skye Ybarra
341 Damari Garcia
341 Jazelyn Bermudez
341 Anna Elena Brashear
9615 Bethany Brooke Lopez
9615 Jenna Schulze
9615 Olivia Garcia
9615 Alexandria Danielle Cantu
9615 Perri Mason
9615 Maricris Albarda
9615 Kissa Marie Bell
9615 A'Marie Pollard
9615 Kathryn Compton
9615 Emily Gisewhite
9615 Abigail Elizabeth Brehm
9615 Ashley Taylor Comin
272 Sara Sanchez
272 Cecilia Ibarra
272 Cecilia Herrera
272 Sofia Herrera
272 Faralyn Stroop
   
 

 

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Can members participate in more than one pathway?

Absolutely! Girls are encouraged to build their own leadership experience by choosing any and all pathways that interest them.  All girls are welcome to all pathways.

 

How do individually registered girls fit into the proposed framework?

Individually-registered girls (girls who are not members of troops) and adults can participate in any pathway. When a girl or adult joins the organization, she or he becomes a Girl Scout member. All members can choose any one, all, or some of the pathways to participate in within a single year.

 

What is the difference between the Events Pathway and recruitment events?

All programs delivered in the Events Pathway incorporate the Discover-Connect-Take Action keys to leadership and the girl-led, learning by doing, and cooperative learning processes. To join the Events Pathway, all girls must be registered. The Events Pathway is a core Girl Scout experience where the intent of participation is in multiple events throughout the year. To participate in recruitment events, membership is not required. The intent of a recruitment event is to demonstrate the Girl Scout Leadership Experience to potential members. Potential members will learn about the ways to participate in Girl Scouts at recruitment events.

 

Are girls who only participate in short-term pathways considered "real" Girl Scouts?

Yes! No matter which pathway a girl chooses, she is a Girl Scout. According to the Blue Book of Basic Documents 2006, the only requirements for membership are that girls are in grades Kindergarten–12, accept the Promise and Law, and pay annual membership dues.  Once they have become Girl Scouts, it's up to girls how they want to participate.

 

How will outcomes differ between pathways?

The goal of measuring outcomes is to give us the ability to understand the effect that the Girl Scout Leadership experience has on girls. The longer a girl participates in Girl Scouting, the greater the effect the outcomes will have on her.

 

Participating in Product Sales Program Activities

All girl members in any pathway may participate in council-sponsored product sales program activities, under volunteer supervision. GSGST provides training on the procedures to follow during each sale through a cascading staff and volunteer effort. The council also establishes guidelines and procedures for conducting the sale and determines how the proceeds and recognition system will be managed for girls in each pathway.

The Virtual Pathway offers an opportunity to connect girls in different communities; regionally, nationally, and internationally! Girls can participate in Girl Scouting regardless of their geographic location.


Virtual Girl Scouts provide interactive, high-quality program activities in a safe, secure, online environment offered through a Web-based platform developed by Girl Scouts of the USA (GSUSA). If you are interested in virtual Girl Scout activities, be sure to include your e-mail address on the membership registration form!
The Virtual Pathway is still in development. When completed, the pathway will be consistent with the Girl Scout Leadership Experience (GSLE) and delivered by virtual volunteers.
Ready for interactive online fun now? Visit Girl Scouts for Girls to play games, take a poll, send an e-card, and more!
Have you taken the Internet Safety Pledge?  Every Girl Scout should start with the safety pledge before going online.

The Troop Pathway offers girls an opportunity to work with the same group of girls in their own grade level, over a span of three to twelve months, in partnership with two or more appointed adult advisors. Girls may join at any time during the membership year.

The troop/group meets for the enjoyment and benefit of the girls and meetings are built around the girls' ideas. Girl planning, in partnership with adult volunteers help to develop a team relationship, making space for the development of leadership skills, and allowing girls to benefit from the guidance, mentoring, and coaching of caring adults.

Note: A troop that also goes camping or travels as a group is still operating in the troop pathway (not the camp or travel pathways).

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The Travel Pathway

    • Offers girls, regardless of previous Girl Scouting involvement, leadership and cross-cultural opportunities
    • Is available to any girl regardless of previous Girl Scouting involvement or economic resources

    • Offers troop/group, council, and GSUSA-initiated program(s)

    • Incorporates the Girl Scout Leadership Experience processes: girl-led, learning by doing and cooperative learning

    • Presents girls with opportunities to prepare, plan, money-earn, and participate in travel opportunities

    • Engages and supports both existing and new volunteers

    • Encourages a progression in travel opportunities so that girls are prepared for longer and further trips.

 

Council-sponsored Travel Opportunities for Girls

 

 

National Tours

International Tours

2015

New York City

Enrollment for this tour is expected to open Fall 2014.

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2016

Savannah, GA

Enrollment for this tour is expected to open Summer 2015.

Switzerland & Italy

From magnificent mountains to crystal-clear lakes to world-class museums, Switzerland and Italy will wow you. The group will travel high atop Mount Pilatus in Lucerne, cruise the Venetian canals, and admire the art of Florence and Rome. And you’ll enjoy a special visit to Our Chalet, the oldest of the four WAGGGS Centres, located in the splendid Swiss Alps.  

 

This tour is open to girls who have completed 8th grade by the summer of 2016.  There will be a limited number of adult chaperone spaces available.  One fee of $65 will be due to the Girl Scouts of Greater South Texas council within 60 days of enrolling.

Enroll now!

2017

Washington, DC

Enrollment for this tour is expected to open Summer 2016.

Costa Rica Service trip

Enrollment for this tour is expected to open Summer 2015.

2018

Hawaii

Enrollment for thise tour is expected to open Summer 2017.

Japan

Enrollment for this tour is expected to open Summer 2016.

2019

Yellowstone National Park

Enrollment for this tour is expected to open Summer 2018.

London, Paris, Barcelona

Enrollment for this tour is expected to open Summer 2017.

 

Nationally and Internationally hosted Destinations

Destinations are nationally and internationally hosted travel opportunities for girls.  Trips can take girls kayaking off the coast of Costa Rica, feeding pandas in Hong Kong, hiking into the Grand Canyon, exploring the Galapagos Islands, and many other adventures!  Destination opportunities are announced each year on the Girl Scouts of the USA website in September or October.  Early registration deadline is before Thanksgiving each year, but enrollment may be extended on many trips until spring, if spaces are still available.    Follow this link to see what adventures are awaiting you!

 

The Travel Committee

Many of the travel opportunities currently offered by Girl Scouts of Greater South Texas are planned and coordinated by volunteers on the council's Travel Pathway Committee.  Members of this committee oversee that travel opportunities meet safety guidelines, incorporate the Girl Leadership Experience, represent a progression of travel experience, and introduce girls to new cultures and experiences. Committee members are also asked to use their travel experience as chaperones for travel opportunities. Interested in volunteering for the committee?   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

 

The Series Pathway offers activities for the same group of participating girls, scheduled over six to eight weeks, relating to a specific theme or purpose. Series are developed with the intent that each registered participant attend all sessions scheduled throughout the course of the offering, because sessions are designed so that each day builds towards the next and culminates upon the delivery of the last session activity.


Series are thematic in nature and developed to support the council's program initiatives in the areas of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM), healthy living, financial literacy, environmental awareness, as well as Girl Scout signature programs such as leadership journeys, and Uniquely Me!  The Be a Friend First (BFF) series equips middle school girls with the knowledge and power to prevent, recognize, and address bullying among their peers.

 

All event programs are based on the following standards:

•  Be mission-driven to develop girls of courage, character, and confidence

•  Align to the New Girl Scout Leadership Experience 

•  Adhere to all local and national safety standards

•  Be relevant and accessible to all populations

•  Provide opportunities for continuous involvement

•  Are developed and facilitated by volunteers in partnership with council professional staff

•  Provide consistent learning opportunities for both girls and adults

 
Click here to be directed to the In Motion Program Guide, for descriptions of available series programs.
 
 

The Event Pathway offers a variety of scheduled activities that are open to all girls by grade level. Girls can choose to participate in as many events as they like, exploring their skills and interests along the way in a variety of thematic areas such as community service, cultural arts, overnighters, healthy living, math and science, aquatics, Go Green, leadership development, and much more. Girls get the necessary guidance from adult volunteers and council staff to develop their skills and understand how those skills can be used to make a difference in the world.

Event activities are thematic in nature and developed to support the council's program initiatives in the areas of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM), healthy living, financial literacy, environmental awareness, as well as Girl Scout signature programs such as leadership journeys, and Uniquely Me! 

 

All event programs are based on the following standards:

 

•   Be mission-driven to develop girls of courage, character, and confidence

•   Align to the New Girl Scout Leadership Experience

•   Adhere to all local and national safety standards

•   Be relevant and accessible to all populations

•   Provide opportunities for continuous involvement

•   Are developed and facilitated by volunteers in partnership with council professional staff

•   Provide consistent  learning opportunities for both girls and adults

 

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Click here to be directed to the event listings on the Program Guide webpage.

Click here to be directed to the online GSGST Council Calendar.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

An Experience to Remember: Camp

 

 

 

2014SummerCampRegistration is open for Summer Camp 2014!  Click here to open the Camp Packet!

 

 

 

What does camp do for girls?

Camp programs encourage girls to develop independence, self-reliance, outdoor living skills, problem solving, and community living skills.  In an outdoor environment, under the supervision of supportive adults, girls take responsibility for their daily tasks, ranging from keeping a clean living area to preparing dinner in the outdoors.  Camp programs build girls' self-confidence and teach them to overcome challenges.

Girl Scouts of Greater South Texas offers day-only, one-night, weekend, and resident camp programs so that girls use progression to build their comfort with camping.  

Look for day, weekend, and week-long camp opportunities in the In Motion Program Guide.

 

Where do we camp?

Girl Scouts of Greater South Texas has two beautiful camps, Camp Bayview near Los Fresnos, and Camp Green Hill near Mathis.  As girls develop their camping skills, they can explore other camp locations such as state parks, independent camp sites, national parks, and other approved locations.

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Girl Scout Mission

Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence and character, who make the world a better place.

Girl Scout Promise

On my honor, I will try: to serve God and my country, to help people at all times, and to live by the Girl Scout Law