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Volunteer Experience, Volunteers

Volunteer Appreciation Month: 8 Ways to Recognize Dedicated Volunteers

Today’s girls need inspiration. They need role models and mentors. They need a sounding board for their innovative ideas, and the knowledge that they’ll have help bouncing back if their plans don’t work out. Girl Scouts can provide all these things and more thanks to the incredible volunteers at the heart of our movement! Girl Scouts of Western Ohio’s volunteers work hard each day to provide quality programming and support to girls of all ages across our communities. Each spring, we  ...

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Family Experience, Parents, Volunteers

Three ways to help girls unlock their full potential

When Girls take the lead, work cooperatively, and learn by doing, the Girl Scout Leadership Experience (GSLE) comes to life. When troop leaders incorporate these three program processes of Girl Scouts into activities, girls remain at the center of their adventures while unlocking their most capable selves. Seeing these processes in action shows us that girls can ask questions, offer ideas, use their imaginations, learn to work together, problem solve, and reflect on their own experiences.  ...

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Badges, Activities, & Beyond, Ceremonies, Traditions, & Awards, Girls

Seven Ways to Celebrate Girl Scout Week

It’s almost Girl Scout Week, and we’re celebrating Girl Scout’s 111th birthday this year! Each March, girls, alums, and volunteers nationwide participate in Girl Scout Week—a special spirit week during which all Girl Scouts, past and present, are invited to show their Girl Scout pride. Beginning with Girl Scout Sunday and ending with Girl Scout Sabbath, Girl Scout Week always includes March 12—the day that marks the founding of our movement when Juliette Gordon Low officially  ...

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