Short and Snappy trainings are quick (15-20 minute) information segments provided at a community meeting. Any Community Learning Coordinator or interested volunteer can lead a Short and Snappy- try one out today!
Being a troop leader can be challenging at times, so get the most out of your girls' parents! There are tons of ways to get parents involved with a troop, and the strongest troops balance their support through parenting, communicating, volunteering, learning at home, decision-making, and community collaboration. Learn new ways to communicate effectively with parents and ask for their help when it is needed.
With fall approaching, a new Girl Scout year is beginning, and with it you may have a case of "new school year jitters." Whether you're a seasoned volunteer or new to Girl Scouting, learn ice breakers, tips to make your girls feel welcome, and five steps to follow to start the year off right!
Sometimes leaders or parents are so enthusiastic about certain activities that the girl’s interests and skill levels may get overlooked. Mistakes are part of learning, so learn how to allow girls to experience “safe” failure, and talk through what worked, what didn’t, and what could be done better next time.
Talk through challenging behaviors that you have experienced, and learn why kids behave the way they do, what they’re trying to communicate with their behaviors, and what you can do to help them change their behavior in the future.
Patch programs include requirements and activity suggestions for troops, groups, or individual girls. All packets can be mailed, picked up at our Bedford office, or downloaded from the website to bring fun earned activities to your girls year after year.
When you have a question, it can sometimes seem like finding the right person to answer it is impossible! We're here to help, and with this activity, you can find the right person to answer just about any question you might have in no time.