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Monday, August 2nd
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Workshop Description: Gold Award Training
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 Scout Gold Award Training gives leadership strategies and applicable tips specific to the Girl Scout Gold Award. This course has been developed with the help of volunteers, is trained by volunteers, and is intended for girls and volunteers. You will receive training credit for completing this session.
To attend this workshop, you must register for the 2021 Volunteer Conference. Confirmations to your individual workshops will be emailed to you prior to your session date.
Presenters: Ann Crane, Addy Lerner, Siobhan Hickey, and Kathleen Dyke
Ann Crane is a longtime Girl Scout who loves older girl program! A Gold Award Girl Scout herself, she is a Girl Scout Gold Award Trainer, Gold Award Interviewer and a member of the Gold Award Support Team.
Addy Lerner is the service unit manager planner for the Tustana Service Unit, a troop leader and a volunteer council trainer for the Girl Scout Gold Award, Planning Large Events, Travel Training and more. She believes strongly in Girl Scouts’ Discover, Connect, Take Action philosophy and enjoys helping girls and leaders reach their full potential.
Siobhan Hickey has been a Girl Scout/leader for 20+ years, on the Gold Liaison team for 10+ years and a member of the GSOC Global Action Team since its formation. The mother of an Eagle Scout and Gold Award Girl Scout and partner to her spouse of 30+ years. She follows Ralph Waldo Emerson’s quote — “Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail.”
Kathleen Dyke is a Gold Award Girl Scout who has been a GSOC volunteer for more than 14 years. She has been a troop leader, Service Unit Manager and Council Trainer in addition to being a charter member of Lightly Toasted, the Toastmaster's club started in 2015 for GSOC staff, volunteers and the surrounding community. She brings her Toastmasters experience to her role as a volunteer trainer when she teaches New Leader Orientation, Take Action vs Community Service, and Level Essentials courses. She is thrilled to be a part of the GSOC training team so she can help equip leaders with the tools they need to deliver a robust Girl Scout Leadership Experience to their girls.