- Families & Volunteers
For all volunteer positions working directly with girls.
This session will give adult volunteers who work directly with girls the tools to: explain practices to help manage a group of girls while providing a safe experience; understand the Promise and the Law; lay out a typical meeting; describe the importance of all of the components of the Girl Scout Leadership Experience and utilize Journeys and The Girl’s Guide to Girl Scouting in all aspects of girl led, learning by doing, and cooperative learning. Click here for more.
You will learn more ideas for helping girls plan and make decisions, tips for customizing journeys and badges to meet your girl’s Interest, plus fun ways for girls to reflect on their Girl Scout experiences.
1) Completion of GSUSA’s Girl Scouting 101 Online introduction to Girl Scouting.
2) Volunteer Orientation (face-to-face review of Volunteer Essentials).
Bring: Lunch or snack, Volunteer Essentials and any one (of the three) Journey Adult Guide and The Girl’s Guide to Girl Scouting for your age level.
Capacity: Minimum 5/Maximum 25
Staff Contact: Director of Volunteerism Kari Volz at firstname.lastname@example.org or 225-927-8946, ext. 1229.