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Badges, Activities, & Beyond, Girls

7 Reasons to Work at Summer Camp

Summer is coming and we’re in the midst of hiring summer camp staff! Over half a million college students will trade in their student ID for a camp counselor t-shirt this summer. Be one of those millions, apply for one of Girl Scouts of Western Ohio’s open positions here! There are so many good reasons to work at camp! 1. You love the outdoors and want to share that love with others. Even if you only like the outdoors, we have a wide range of positions that will  ...

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Badges, Activities, & Beyond, Girls

Guest Editorial: Girl Scout Katie Eggleston

During my week at Camp Whip Poor Will from June 24-29, 2018 I participated in a partnership program with the Girl Scouts of Western Ohio and Air Camp Inc.  Myself and 37 other Girl Scouts from the Girl Scouts of Western Ohio participated. Each day we attended various programs and field trips all over the Dayton, OH area to learn new info that would prepare us for our ultimate end goal, Successful Flight!  This camp provided me an insight into a possible future career in the Aerospace  ...

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Badges, Activities, & Beyond, Girls

Wanted: Camp Junior Instructors!

Hey older girls! Yes, grades 10-12 we are talking to you! Are you ready to take the lead at camp, develop some outdoor living skills, AND get a stipend for every week you work? You are, right? Good, because it’s time you became a Junior Instructor at Girl Scout camp. Seriously girls, we want you at camp! What’s a Junior Instructor? Girl Scouts entering grades 10, 11, or 12 can apply to be camp Junior Instructors and play an integral role in the day to day activities at Camp  ...

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Volunteer Experience, Volunteers

How to Highlight Your Girl Scout Experience on Your Resume: Volunteer Edition

Girl Scout volunteers do amazing things every single day. From working directly with girls to helping the council facilitate a successful Girl Scout Cookie Program, we want to make sure you’re rewarded for what you do! And volunteer appreciation isn’t the only way to reap additional benefits from your position with Girl Scouts. Employers are interested in your volunteer experience, too! Including your Girl Scout experience on your resume could help you stand out enough to land  ...

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