As troop leaders, we play an important role in the lives of our Girl Scouts – we’re older sisters, friends, confidants, and more. Troop Leader Lia shares her tips for talking to older girls about sensitive issues as you help them navigate the world around them.
With summer in full swing, now’s the perfect time to inspire your girls to give back to the community, because unlike your girls, your community’s needs don’t get to take a break.
Our volunteers are a critical component to the success of our programs and we know your time is valuable—truly priceless, so if you’re looking to take your volunteering to the next level, here are three ways you can maximize your impact with little to no additional time on your part.
Led by local volunteers, service units create a sense of community within specific geographical regions, providing personal assistance and helpful resources that every Girl Scout volunteer should take advantage of. In this post, Angela shares five reasons why you should attend your area’s service unit meetings.
When temperatures tease the hundreds, that summer sun can be unbearable and not everyone likes hiking around in the heat or splashing in a swimming pool. Stay cool and keep your girl’s mind active on those summer days when she just doesn’t want to be outside with these 10 indoor activities!
It’s not everyday that you have the chance to see a remarkable space phenomenon. Explore the world of space science and prepare for the eclipse on August 21, 2017 with these awesome facts and resources!
We’ve all been there: You’re ready to start your meeting, but the girls are running in a dozen different directions and seem to have no interest in getting on-task. What should you do?! Troop Leader Melissa shares her best practices for keeping your younger girls focused during troop meetings!