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Older Girl Leadership Opportunities

Older Girl Leadership Opportunities

If you have any questions, please contact Customer Care.

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Girl Advisory Board
Ages 11-17

As a part of the Girl Advisory Board, Girls are able to give input as to what they would like to see offered in our council, share their opinions with our CEO and staff, help plan events, and make an overall difference in our council.

GAB Application


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Leader in Action (LiA)
Grades 6-8


You can be a Leader in Action by assisting a Brownie troop along their Journey! Use your organization skills or your special talents to teach Brownies something important about their Journey! More information about earning your LiA can be found in The Girl's Guide to Girl Scouting.


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Girls Rock the Capitol NH and VT
 

How would you like to spend the 2016/2017 school year learning from the inside what state government is all about? How would you like to work with a woman legislator in your state capitol, working side-by-side on issues that will influence the future of New Hampshire and Vermont?


Girls Rock the Capitol Legislative Internship
program is about to begin its eleventh year! As a GRTC Intern, you will acquire the skills necessary to express your concerns to people in positions of power in hopes of moving toward positive change in our state.

Girls Rock the Capitol NH Application
Girls Rock the Capitol VT Application


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Program Aide (PA)
Grades 6-12


Do you love working with kids? Put your passion into action as we explore the basics of leadership skills needed to work with younger Girl Scouts. Learn the characteristics of younger girls, practice planning an activity, and find out what it takes to help out at council events. This course will strengthen your leadership skills and girls will learn techniques on how to share what they learned with others.  Program Aide training allows you to work with younger girl troops, take specialized training for Jump-In, Coastal Rompers, Time Travelers (Laura Wilder Weekend), camp, events, and so much more!

Upcoming Program Aide trainings for the 2016-2017 school year are October 22 at Camp Farnsworth, (click here to register) January 21 at Camp Seawood, and April 8 at Camp Farnsworth; for more information contact Customer Care.

Is your community interested in hosting a Program Aide For Girls in your community? Let us know at Customer Care.


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Volunteer in Training (VIT)
 


This program is for Seniors and Ambassadors interested in mentoring a Girl Scout Daisy, Brownie, Junior, or Cadette group. Girls will attend online leadership trainings, find a Girl Scout mentor, and conduct a VIT project that will span a three to six month period.


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Community Service Bars
1 Per Level: Cadette, Senior, Ambassador


Choose an organization you’d like to volunteer with and provide at least 20 hours of service to the organization. Service needs to be approved in advance!

Community Service Bar Form


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Service to Girl Scouting Bar
1 Per Level: Cadette, Senior, Ambassador


To earn your Service to Girl Scouting Bar you will need to provide at least 20 hours of service in a Girl Scout capacity. Volunteer at an event for younger girls, be an office assistant for the Council or community team or help with special projects and younger girl troop meetings to earn your hours. 


Service to Girl Scouting Bar Form


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Counselor In Training 1
Grades 10-12


Mentor younger girls in a camp setting as you build skills toward becoming a camp counselor.


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Counselor in Training 2
Grades 11-12


If you have earned your CIT 1 you can work with younger girls over the course of at least one camp session while focused on increasing your skills in one specific area – such as riding instruction, lifeguarding or the arts.