2020 VolCon Workshop - How to Run a Journey
Girl Scout Journeys are an important part of how girls learn to make a difference in the world—and have fun while doing it!
Learn how to run a Journey efficiently, such as combining sessions, creating a Journey sleepover weekend, how to take your Journey outdoors and how to keep girls engaged and excited throughout the Journey activities. We will also spend time on the main emphasis of any Journey—the Take Action Project.
To attend this workshop, you must register for the 2020 Volunteer Conference. Confirmations to your individual workshops will be emailed to you prior to your session date.
Presenters: Katie Casey-Anderson and Jenny Reyes
Katie Casey-Anderson has been a GSOC volunteer for 17 years as a troop leader for Girl Scout Brownies through Ambassadors, a Volunteer Council Trainer and a member of the Older Girl Committee as a Gold Award interviewer. In 2010, she founded Workshops4girls, a company that offers Journey programs for Juniors, Cadettes, Seniors and Ambassadors. To date, she has run over 100 Journeys for thousands of girls.
Jenny Reyes is a Girl Scout troop leader for a Junior troop and a Cadette troop, as well as a Volunteer Council Trainer for Bronze Award. Jenny is a strategic marketing and branding consultant for her own firm, with an extensive background in multinational branding and marketing. She currently services entrepreneurs in the legal, beauty, non-profit, publishing, and self-development spaces, and, conducts marketing and branding courses for entrepreneurs.