How to Use Your Networking Skills to Create Memorable Girl Scout Experiences

How to Use Your Networking Skills to Create Memorable Girl Scout Experiences

Creating memorable experiences for your troop is no easy feat, but Troop Leader Heather found the perfect way to engage her troop of busy Juniors—calling on her network of friends, co-workers, and family members to find exciting opportunities and unique talents they can share. The result has been some unforgettable experiences that could only happen in Girl Scouts.

Why Camp Leadership Programs Rock

Why Camp Leadership Programs Rock

Camp Skylark Ranch Director Eliz “Apple” Adem spent a lot of time at Skylark Ranch as a Girl Scout, attending Service Unit Camporees and completing her Counselor-In-Training (CIT) Program, which inspired her to pursue her current career. She shares her experience with the CIT program, and why she believes that leadership training is so important for every Girl Scout’s development.

How to Choose a Girl Scout Gold Award Project

How to Choose a Girl Scout Gold Award Project

So you’re ready to start your Gold Award project plan—now what? More than a community service project, the Gold Award is based around a well-researched and sustainable Take Action Project. You’ll be taking an issue you’re passionate about and making a big difference on a local, national, or even global scale, and you’re in charge every step of the way. Where do you even begin?