All money should be spent on the girls in the troop in the year that they earned it.
You may carry over a small amount to start up next year and for any fall activities planned.
Please include a note with your report if you are carrying over more then $300.00
The note should list the plan for the money.
If you have any questions about troop finance policy please refer to Volunteer Essentials.
(PDF application below)
POSITION: Social Media Producer for middle or high school Girl Scout
***This is an unpaid internship, but can be used for Volunteer Hours.
LEARNING FROM: Members of the Service Unit
DESCRIPTION: Organizing, communicating and posting information and events within the service unit to authorized social media sites, such as Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and others used by girls and members of the Girl Scouts. You will also work directly with adult members of the service unit.
TO APPLY: Fill out the information below, and write a brief explanation on why you are interested in this position. This application can be emailed to email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, and email@example.com. Deadline for submitting application is August 5th.
Along with this time log, you need to write a reflections paper.
The paper has no length requirement but should include the following:
A. Describe the issue your project addressed, what impact you made and who benefited.
B. Describe any obstacles you encountered and what you did to overcome them.
C. Describe any steps you took to inspire others through sharing your project:
D. Describe what you learned from this project and the leadership skills you developed. What did you learn about yourself as a result of this project?
E. What was the most successful aspect of your project? What aspects of your project would you change?
Once you have completed both, you just need to turn them into your troop leader for approval.
She will then fill out the paperwork for GSCCC, and they will send you the information to pick up your certificate and purchase your silver award pin.
Here is a list of resources to assist leaders and girls in completing their journeys. So many of these resources are laid out so journeys can be completed in a day or a weekend and many encompass a few meetings or more. Most of these will have to be tailored to fit your troop and some of them would make a great plan for a service unit or council to put on a �??Journey in a Day�?? or �??Journey in a Weekend�?? event.
NEW Safety information! GSUSA has updated and changed Safety-Wise to a new format. All safety information formerly found in the blue Safety-Wise book is now contained in Volunteer Essentials and the Safety Activity Checkpoints. These two new resources contain the most up-to-date information from Girl Scouts and make it easy to plan activities and trips with girls.