Gold (Journey Path) Advisor 12033
Location: Anaheim Program Center - 1769 West Broadway, Anaheim 92804
Register by: Thursday, November 29, 2012
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The Girl Scout Gold Award is the highest award that can be earned by a Girl Scout Senior or Ambassador in 9-12th grade. Girl Guidelines for earning the Gold Award are found in the Handbook section of The Girl's Guide to Girl Scouting for Seniors and The Girl's Guide to Girl Scouting for Ambassadors, which are available for purchase through the GSOC Shop.
Participants will understand what it means to Take Action and how to use the Guidelines for Girl Scout Seniors and Ambassadors and the Adult Volunteer Guide resources support girls' efforts to make the world a better place.
This 3-hour workshop is REQUIRED for adults who will serve as the project advisor for girls working on the Girl Scout Gold Award. The workshop is designed for adults working with girls who have completed or have nearly completed 2 Senior/Ambassador Journeys (GIRLtopia, Sow What?, or Mission: Sisterhood for Seniors and/or Your World/Your Voice, Justice or Bliss: Live It Give It! For Ambassadors OR have completed 1 Journey and have earned the Girl Scout Silver Award as a Cadette) and are ready to focus on the Gold Award Take Action project. Participants will understand what it means to Take Action and how to use the Guidelines for Girl Scout Cadettes and the Adult Volunteer Guide resources to support girls' efforts to make the world a better place.
New Guidelines for Girl Scouts Highest Awards
New guidelines for the Girl Scout Bronze, Silver and Gold Awards were introduced in Fall 2009. The old Go For It! requirements have been replaced with the new guidelines, featuring the Girl Scout leadership journeys. As of October 1, 2011, all girls use the new guidelines.
For more information about the Girl Scouts' Highest Awards, including the Girl Scout Bronze, Silver and Gold Award, go to the Highest Awards page.
Although there is no fee for this class, please consider making a donation to the Girl Scouts of Orange County.
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In order to create an effective learning environment for all, we are unable to accomodate children at this training. Please plan accordingly.
Cancellations: Please email us at Training@GirlScoutsOC.org or call 949-461-8867 if you need to cancel, so that we can accurately account for participants.
Want to be a volunteer trainer? It's a minimal time commitment and a great way to interact with other adults and share your love of Girl Scouting! Email Training@GirlScoutsOC.org for more details.