Annual Program Guidebook
A listing of Girl Scouts of Colorado programs
What’s New? Girl Scouts of Colorado is pleased to present the Annual Program Guidebook. This book provides statewide Girl Scout programming for fall 2012 and spring 2013. This resource will help you start planning your year and register early for exciting programs. Knowing the programs you want to attend will also help you make your Fall Product Program and Cookie Program goals! This winter, watch for the 2013 Summer Program Book, which includes summer camp and program opportunities. Throughout the year, new programs may be introduced. Stay up-to-date on new programs and updates with our online activity finder at girlscoutsofcolorado.org/activities, and watch for program details via e-newsletters, Facebook, Twitter, and other Girl Scout correspondence. Sign-up at gscoblog.wordpress.com to receive e-mail notifications detailing our news and happenings statewide. Not a Girl Scout? Sign-Up Today! Girl Scout programs are designed by Girls Scouts, for Girl Scouts, and are about sharing the fun, friendship, and the power of girls. Joining Girl Scouts connects you to an amazing network of girls close to home and around the world. For just $1 per month any girl from kindergarten through 12th grade can become a Girl Scout and signing-up is easy. Just go online to girlscoutsofcolorado.org and click “Join.” Your annual $12 membership fee will open the door to all of the amazing programs listed in this book. Using Your Guidebook Inside this book, is information about hundreds of programs designed just for girls. Girl Scouts of Colorado offers activities statewide, so whether you live near Sterling, Gunnison, Steamboat Springs, or Denver, you will discover exciting opportunities in your area. Of course, if you want to venture out on the open road, we encourage you to participate in events anywhere! This guidebook uses the Girl Scout Pathways as designation for program categories, and programs within the Event Pathway are listed by the Girl Scouts of Colorado’s Program Initiatives. Pathways Pathways make it easy to participate in Girl Scouts. The Troop Pathway is the most established pathway in Girl Scouting and the Virtual Pathway is one of the newest. The Series Pathway offers ongoing programs, while the Event Pathway features onetime programs or events. The Travel Pathway inspires you to visit new places and the Camp Pathway lets you explore the great outdoors. You can stay in one pathway or move between them. Whichever direction you chose, you’ll discover who you are and what you stand for, connect with others, and take action on things that inspire you. Program Initiatives Girl Scouts of Colorado programs fall into four initiatives, My Self, My Future, My World, and My Planet. Interested in learning about careers in science? Checkout My Future programming. Want to learn how to help save the environment? Take a look at the My Planet initiative. Register for programs in one initiative or try one in each initiative area! Girl Scouts of Colorado Program Model My Self My Future • Nutrition • Self-Esteem • Physical Health • Violence and Abuse Prevention • Personal Empowerment • Self Expression • Careers • Life Planning • Financial Literacy • School/Vocations • Future Goal Setting • Science, Technology, Engineering and Math My World My Planet Highest Awards & Take Action Service Projects • Advocacy • Social Justice • Human Rights • Government/Citizenship • Bully Intervention and Prevention (Power Up) Travel • Science • Outdoor Education • Ecology and Conservation • Environmental Sustainability 1 Start your Journey today at a Girl Scouts of Colorado store! The National Program Portfolio The National Program Portfolio combines the National Leadership Journeys with the all new Girl’s Guide to Girl Scouting. Complemented by the Girl Scout Cookie program, Girl Scout travel, and Girl Scout awards, the National Program Portfolio is designed to help girls develop as leaders and build confidence by learning new skills. It also ensures that all Girl Scouts are sharing a powerful, national experience girls together changing the world! There are three Leadership Journeys series – It’s Your Story – Tell It!, It’s Your Planet – Love It!, and It’s Your World – Change It! Each series has separate books and awards for each grade level and a corresponding adult guide. The Girl’s Guide to Girl Scouting includes information about exciting new badges; the 100th Anniversary handbook; bridging; Bronze, Silver, and Gold Awards; Girl Scout history and tradition; and much more! sible in This guidebook was made pos t of thanks to the generous suppor & ska Girl Scouts Spirit of Nebra ale. volunteer designer Jennifer Be 2 Thank You!!! Program Registration Process To register online, select the program(s) on the online activity finder at girlscoutsofcolorado.org/activities and click “Register Now.” If you are not a Girl Scout, the system will prompt you to complete your Girl Scout registration online first. Please note payment by credit or debit card will be required when registering online. If you are using cookie credits, payment instructions will be provided at the time of registration. Once payment is received, you will receive an e-mail confirming your registration. All registered participants will receive a reminder e-mail one week prior to each event with complete program details. If you are unable to complete online registration, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Refund/Cancellation Policy Minimum and maximum attendance requirements exist for all programs. Girl Scouts of Colorado reserves the right to cancel or change any scheduled activity due to lack of enrollment, inclement weather, or natural disaster. Refunds, minus a $5 processing fee, will be given under the following circumstances: Refund request is received before the event registration deadline; Girl Scouts of Colorado cancels the event; The girl or family moves away from the area; or A physician confirms that the registrant is physically unable to participate. All refund/cancellation requests must be made in writing to email@example.com. Requests should include member’s name, address, program name and date, and reason for refund request. Financial Assistance Financial assistance may be available for girls who cannot pay program registration fees. Parent(s) requesting financial assistance should check the “Financial Assistance” box when completing online registration. Safety Activity Checkpoints All programs follow the Girl Scouts’ Safety Activity Checkpoints. A complete description of Safety Activity Checkpoints is available online at girlscoutsofcolorado.org /safety-activity-checkpoints. Special Needs Because we’re all unique, we may have special needs. Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions or to request special accommodations. Questions Still have questions? Contact us at girlscoutsofcolorado.org/tell-me-more. ers es! The Series Pathway off ur nt ve ad ing -go on for y program ated Sign-up for a Series Pathwa ls with similar interests rel gir of up gro a for d ne sig de ons activities over multiple sessi to a specific theme. aMAZE Plus It’s Your Business - Run It! Power Up Series Life is a maze of relationships and this program will have you maneuvering through all its twists and turns to find true friendships, confidence, and maybe even a little peace. Participants also have the opportunity to take part in Power Up bully prevention training during this program. Are you interested in running your own business? Do you want to learn how to take your cookie business to the next level? Earn your Cookie CEO or Business Plan Badge while learning five key entrepreneurial skills: goal setting, decision-making, money management, people skills, and business ethics through fun and interactive activities! Power Up encourages bullying bystanders, about 85 percent of the population, to recognize strength in numbers and how to intervene when they see bullying. An all-girl program, Power Up focuses on preventing the unique verbal and relational bullying prevalent among girls. This three Friday series breaks down the motive behind bullying, and how to advocate against it. Participants earn the brand new Power Up Patch. Breathe It’s Your World - Change It Engage all five senses as you clear the air - your own and Earth’s. Learn to assess air quality inside and out with an aerial view of everything from cigarette smoking to sound pollution, to deforestation. Along the way, try some scientific experiments that double as magic tricks to share with Brownies. Creative Journaling 101 Find your voice as a writer using journaling as a blank canvas and your peers as trusted advisors and creative support. Learn a new way of relating to yourself in a world where you are free to express your thoughts, feelings, and your story. 4 Sow What? Learn your rights as a global girl by taking an inside look into International Human Rights by opening your eyes and hearts to the lives of girls worldwide. With the help of mentors who will meet with the girls, you will gain the skills needed to advocate for an issue that particularly compels you in a final Take Action Project. This could lead to their silver and gold award. Investigate the food network (no not cable TV—the real one that gets each piece of food to the table). As you ponder land use around the world, you will get down to the science and roots of complex and global food issues. STEM Squad MEdia Spend time with artist Maxine Burton and create a unique purse/book, it looks like a purse, but it’s a book. Use art techniques to create a leatherlooking book and add beads and trim to make it uniquely yours. This book is great for journaling, sketching, and much more! This four-week series is designed for you to attend on dates that work for you. Have you ever wondered what an engineer does? Join the STEM Squad and find out! This four-week series introduces high school girls to the many careers in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) through tours, hands-on activities, and mentoring. If you love these subjects or are thinking about studying them in college, this is the program for you! e. Registration ends two weeks before event dat Event Name Start Time End Time Location Min/ Max Spring 2013 TBD TBD Pueblo 10/25 5 TBD Spring 2013 TBD TBD Alamosa 10/25 5 TBD 4/2/134/20/13 4:30 PM 6:30 PM Longmont 5/35 3 $8 Spring 2013 TBD TBD Longmont 10/25 5 TBD Spring 2013 TBD TBD Greeley 10/25 5 TBD Creative Journaling 101 10/11/1211/1/12 4:30 PM 6:00 PM Denver 19/25 2 It's Your Business Run It! 11/7/1211/14/12 4:30 PM 6:30 PM Denver 5/40 It's Your World, Change It 11/20121/2013 2:00 PM 4:00 PM Denver Spring 2013 TBD TBD Spring 2013 TBD Power Up Series 6/7/136/21/13 Sow What? STEM Squad aMAZE Plus Breathe MEdia Journey / Girlâ€™s Guide Connect Grade Level Page aMAZE C 4 Breathe C 4 $43/$10 It's Your Story, Tell It J 4 4 $15 J - Cookie CEO Badge C - Business Plan Badge JC 4 5/30 3 $70 C - aMAZE S - Girltopia A - Your Voice, Your World CSA 4 Denver 10/25 3 TBD MEdia C 4 TBD Aurora 10/25 3 TBD 4:00 PM 6:00 PM Colorado Springs 12/30 3 $35 aMAZE/Power Up Patch C 4 9/18/1210/9/12 4:30 PM 6:30 PM Ft. Collins 5/65 4 $25 S - Sow What? A - Justice SA 4 2/2/135/4/13 9:00 AM 12:00 PM Denver/ Boulder 20/60 25 $25 S - Sow What? A - Justice SA 4 Dates Cost Girl/Adult 5 these one- or e to spend? Then join us for tim d ite lim t bu gy er en h Do you have hig theme. at focus around a specific two-time opportunities th My Future Programs Archaeology Day Connect with the people of the past! On Archaeology Day, learn more about the people who have lived in Colorado for thousands of years! When you’ve earned the Archaeology Patch, you’ll be able to talk about the history of Colorado and what archaeologists doing to protect it. Aviation Day with CO99s Join Colorado’s International Organization of Women Pilots (CO99s) for a fun day of learning about aviation! There will be nine stations divided into three categories, including aircraft display, interactive activities, and presentations. Participants receive the Aviation Patch. Basic Program Aide Training This training takes Cadette leadership skills to the next level! Learn how to work with younger girls, develop program activities, and deal with conflict while earning the Program Aide Award. 6 Brownie WOW! Overnight at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science Spend your evening enjoying waterthemed workshops and activities. Discover what you can do to conserve and keep the Earth’s water healthy. This event helps complete awards for the Brownie WOW! Wonders of Water Journey. Cost includes admission to the Denver Zoo, Denver Museum of Nature and Science, Planetarium, IMAX, and a special Museum Camp-in Patch. Please contact Kristen Jenson with any questions at kristen.jensen@ dmns.org. Register at dmns.org. Car Care Badge Workshop Learn all about vehicle safety and earn your Car Care Badge! You and your parents are encouraged to bring the family car or the one you drive the most. Computer Expert Badge Day with Microsoft Meet at the Microsoft store in Park Meadows Mall and enjoy fun hands-on computer activities! Participants earn the Computer Expert Badge. CREW Careers Launched in 2005, CREW Careers: Building Opportunities® is a hands-on real estate 101 classroom program hosted and implemented by CREW Network chapters and designed to introduce you to the career opportunities available in the commercial real estate industry. Digital Movie Maker Badge Day with Microsoft Make your own movies! Meet at the Microsoft store in Park Meadows Mall and enjoy fun hands-on activities that will teach you to make your own movies and you’ll earn the Digital Movie Maker Badge! Digital Photographer Badge Day with Microsoft Meet at the Microsoft store in Park Meadows Mall and enjoy fun hands-on activities in photography and earn the Digital Photographer Badge. Engineering Day at School of Mines Join amazing students from the Colorado School of Mines for fun, hands-on science activities while earning your Engineering Patch. Learn about asphalt by making cookies and take a tour of the School of Mines while learning about women in engineering, math, and science. Feed the Piggy Bank There are many ways to spend your money. Should you buy that new phone you’ve had your eye on or save up for a weekend with friends? How do you decide? This program will help you learn to create a budget that’s right for you and earn the Business Owner or Budgeting Badge. Girls Go Local Explore the benefits and challenges of eating locally and earn the Locavore Badge at Girls Go Local! Learn about the important and delicious steps toward healthful eating, helping the environment, and supporting local farmers. Got Pets? Have you ever wanted to find out what a veterinarian does? At Got Pets? learn about responsible pet ownership, pet health, and how to become a vet or vet tech! 8 It’s Your Business - Run It! Are you interested in running your own business? Do you want to learn how to take your cookie business to the next level? Earn your Cookie CEO or Business Plan Badge while learning five key entrepreneurial skills: goal setting, decision making, money management, people skills, and business ethics through fun and interactive activities! Junior Get Moving! Overnight at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science Earn your Museum Camp-In Patch while visiting exploration stations where you can explore the energy inside you, the energy in places and spaces, and the energy of getting from here to there. This event helps complete awards for the Get Moving! Journey. Cost includes admission to the Denver Zoo, Denver Museum of Nature and Science, Planetarium, and IMAX. Please contact Kristen Jenson with any questions at kristen.jensen@ dmns.org. Register online at dmns.org. Leading the Way: University of Denver Leadership Event Join our women of distinction event and learn what it means to be a leader in the business world! Meet one-on-one with successful women with careers in science, technology, engineering, business, law, healthcare, mathematics, and education, among others! Meet students from the University of Denver Women’s College and learn about college majors and how to navigate life after high school. Get ready for cookie sales!! Check out Making Money Cou nt & It’s Your Business - R un It! to learn all you need to know to set & meet your money earning goals! Lighten Up! Through fun, hands-on activities such as making a sunset in a bottle and a telescope, learn about the exciting world of optics and earn the Optical Science Patch. The program will also discuss career profiles and highlights some of the job opportunities in the field. Making Money Count for Brownies Work together with other Brownies to learn all about money and earn the Money Manager or Philanthropist Badge! Learn the difference between wants and needs, how-to manage money wisely, and how to help others in need. Making Money Count for Daisies Work together with other Daisies to learn all about money and earn the Making Choices Leaf! Learn the difference between wants and needs, how-to manage money wisely, and how to help people in need. Pets and Vets Have you ever wanted to find out what a veterinarian does? At Pets and Vets learn about responsible pet ownership, pet health, and how to become a vet or vet tech! My Planet Programs 2013 Statewide Bridging at Royal Gorge Park You’re invited to a special bridging ceremony at Royal Gorge, the highest suspension bridge in the world on May 11, 2013. A flag ceremony at 11:00 AM opens the festivities and bridging begins at 11:15 AM. Participants will cross the bridge and be welcomed on the other side by family and sister Girl Scouts. The Juniper Junction Pavilion is available to all Girl Scouts for the day. This is also an opportunity to recognize individual achievements and special awards. Cool Science Join the staff of Cool Science and the U.S. Air Force Academy for a day of exploring! Activities include photography, space suit design, dry ice display, and a chemical magic show. Daisy Garden Journey Discover the amazing aspects of growing your own garden and learn about traditions in Girl Scouting. Activities during this garden party are garden theme related and include Girl Scout values, history, and traditions. Participants earn the Watering Can and Golden Honey Bee Awards, as well as a Clover, Rose, or Vi Petal. Hermione Granger’s Muggle Exchange Strategies for Outdoor Living Explore science, technology, engineering, art and design, and math concepts through the world of Harry Potter. Daisies can earn a Sunny, Mari, Vi, or Gloria Petal, while Brownies can earn the Potter, Senses, Home Scientist, Inventor, or Making Friends Badge. Join us for this fun-filled event for girls, leaders, and family members as we introduce you to the basics of outdoor living. Colorado is an outdoor playground and camping and hiking are just steps away. Not sure where to start? We’ll give you the basics for a great day hike and take the fear out of the outdoors. Plus, earn the Hiker or Letterboxer Badge. Living Green This event introduces girls to the concept of living green. Learn how you can make every day items at home that are better for the environment. Activities include arts, crafts, science, technology, engineering, mathematics. Daisies can earn a Mari, Clover, or Rose Petal, while Brownies can earn Household Elf or Bugs Badge, and Juniors can earn the Flowers or Camper Badge. Rocks and Roles, Women on the Ridge Walk where dinosaurs once roamed while completing activities toward badge requirements on National Fossil Day. Experienced geoscientists explain fossil footprints, show dinosaur bones, and make Mesozoic Colorado come to life at Dinosaur Ridge. Handson activities at the visitor center include gold panning, fossil sifting, track painting, and Mr. Bones with his amazing dinosaur skeletons. Organizations representing women in science will be on-hand to explore career choices. Survivor: Mall Lock-In Do you have what it takes to survive in the 21st Century? From relationships to technology to the outdoors, each area of our lives requires new and ever changing skills. Join older Girl Scouts from across Colorado as you learn to survive! Enjoy a variety of activities including shopping and Journey-connected challenges. Take part in a service project and be prepared to stay up all night! Zoo Day at Cheyenne Mountain Zoo Join us at the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo and enjoy all the zoo amenities, including the African Rift Valley, Rocky Mountain Wild, and the brand new elephant exhibit. Explore the wide world of animals and animal habitats with the zoo education department or just have fun being around your Girl Scout sisters from all over the council. Participants receive a Zoo Day 2013 Patch to commemorate this unique and exciting event! 9 10 My Self Programs Golden Goddess: Eating for Beauty and Health What we eat has a profound effect on our health and wellbeing, as well as how we relate that to our selfesteem and body image. Learn to recognize what foods promote healthy bodies, minds, and moods in this interactive event. Discover how to eat sensibly and what specific foods fight stress and disease and have a positive impact on our skin, hair, and bodies. Live Healthy, Lead Healthy Challenge Party Successful completers of the 2012-13 Live Healthy, Lead Healthy Challenge are invited to attend a party that incorporates fun activities and healthy recipe challenges. Supported by Denise O’Leary and Kent Thiry. Live Healthy, Lead Healthy Expo Find the fountain of youth – learn how you can live longer through a healthy lifestyle. Discover healthy living through hands-on activities covering topics such as nutrition, exercise, anti-tobacco use, strong bones (calcium needs), breast and heart health, and self-esteem. Supported by Denise O’Leary and Kent Thiry. Move It! Sports Sampler Let’s get moving and start your Girl Scout year with a healthy kick. The Move it! 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Participants receive the Finding Common Ground, Behind the Ballot, or Public Policy Badge. Day at the Capitol Today a woman can be the leader of a city, a state, or even President of the United States. Join girls from all over Colorado to tour the Colorado State Capitol, learn about state government, and earn the Inside Government Badge. Curriculum created with The White House Project. 12 Day of the Dead “Día de los Muertos” Participate in a traditional Mexican holiday celebrated around the world. Día de los Muertos brings families and friends together to remember those who have passed away and to celebrate their life. Celebrate Girl Scout’s founder, Juliette Low’s, birthday and life. Visit the Regis Santos collection, take time to visit and reflect at the grottos and chapel, and participate in crafts, music, drama, and the Dream Board. Film Fest 2013 It’s your story tell it! Using the theme of an under-celebrated hero, create a short digital media piece on a local, global or historical person you admire and enter it into our first annual Girl Scout Film Fest. Entry paperwork must be postmarked by June 29, 2013, and entries must be submitted by July 6, 2013. The premiere event will be in the late summer of 2013. Winning films will be posted online and premiered at the first annual Girl Scouts Film Fest. Girls Govern Girls Govern is an innovative civic learning program designed to prepare girls to become Colorado’s next government leaders. Developed by the Governor’s Residence Preservation Fund (GRPF), the program invites teams of high school sophomore and junior girls and their team leaders from around the state to participate in a mock campaign. Following the mission of the GRPF, emphasis is placed on teams that reflect the diverse cultures and ethnicity of Colorado’s residents. Participants receive the Behind the Ballot, or Public Policy Badge. Visit coloradoshome.org/girls-govern/ to apply. Global Action The Girl Scout Global Action Award activities are dynamic ways for girls to learn about the eight United Nations Millennium Development Goals to end extreme poverty and address critical world issues as well as becoming aware of the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts. Girls will discover the leadership power within themselves, by team effort, and by being part of a community. The requirements for this award will be fulfilled by adapting select activities from the BeadforLife, Eradicating Poverty One Bead at a Time, curriculum where girls will learn how to define their own values about local and world issues, particularly extreme poverty and the life of women and girls in Uganda. Miss Representation Miss Representation is a film and panel discussion about how the media misrepresents girls and women and how it affects their selfesteem and leadership aspirations. The film preview is available online at missrepresentation.org. This program is supported by the American Association of University Women and the Kappa Delta sorority at Colorado State University - Fort Collins and is open to parents and other adults Power Up Event Power Up encourages bullying bystanders, about 85 percent of the population, to recognize the strength in numbers and how to intervene when they see bullying. An all-girl program, Power Up focuses on preventing the unique verbal and relational bullying prevalent among girls. Participants earn the brand new Power Up Patch. Power Up Facilitator Training This training is for our Girl Scout Colorado volunteers and program aides who want to run Power Up events or series programs. This two-day training allows time to digest the material as a group. Dinner, breakfast, and lunch are provided, as well as the Power Up curriculum and shirt. Power Up Your Sleepover Every girl who has been to a sleepover knows that bullying can happen there. Sleepovers will never be the same after you attend Power Up Your Sleepover. Learn how to recognize the strength within, how to become an advocate against bullying, and how to intervene when you see something wrong. Experience fun sleepover games and how to have a drama and gossip free sleepover. Breakfast and snacks are provided. Participants earn the brand new Power Up Patch. Savvy Shoppers World Thinking Day Ethical just got fabulous! Savvy Shopper gives you the opportunity to explore the global fashion industry while looking at the real costs of consumption. Through hands-on, fun, and interactive activities learn about wants versus needs, where things come from, fair trade, and ways to consume more responsibly. Celebrate world friendships, play fun games to learn about Global Girl Scouting and the lives of our sisters in other countries, and earn the World Thinking Day Award. Get your World Trefoil pin, which shows you are part of the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts. A portion of the program fees will go towards the World Thinking Day Fund that helps girls and women around the world. We Care for Animal Care Discover animals from around the world and how-to care for animals at home. Learning at an early age how to treat animals with kindness helps teach compassion and empathy that not only builds moral character, but also provides a sense of empowerment and responsibility. Daisies earn the Bird Bath Award. 13 e. Registration ends two weeks before event dat Location Royal Gorge Park; Canon City Min/ Max 165/500 10 Cost Girl/Adult $5/$3 12:00 PM Pueblo 5/25 0 $70/$25 9:00 AM 1:00 PM Loveland 5/45 5 $10 9/15/12 1:00 PM 4:00 PM Erie 25/90 7 $8 10/6/12 8:00 AM 10:00 AM 10:00 AM 10:00 AM 6:00 PM 12:00 PM 2:00 PM 2:00 PM 2:00 PM 11:00 AM Colorado Springs Broomfield Pueblo 10/40 3 $10 10/40 3 $10 10/40 3 $10 Denver 10/40 3 $10 Denver 100/400 35 $50/$50 9:00 AM 9:00 AM 12:00 PM 12:00 PM Downing Street Garage Denver 5/20 2 $7 5/20 2 $7 Dates 5/11/13 Start Time 10:00 AM End Time 1:00 PM 10/5/1210/7/12 5:00 PM 7/11/13 Aviation Day with CO99s Basic Program Aide Training Event Name 2013 Statewide Bridging at Royal Gorge Park Agent of Change Journey Weekend Archaeology Day 10/27/12 3/2013 4/2013 Brownie WOW! Overnight @ the DMNS Car Care Badge Workshop 14 10/27/1210/28/12 10/27/12 4/27/13 Journey / Girlâ€™s Guide Connect Bridge to Next Program Level Grade Level DBJ CSA Page 9 J 12 B 6 J 6 C 6 Wonders of Water/ Museum Camp-In Patch B 6 Sow What?, Girltopia/ Car Care Badge S 6 Agent of Change/ Journey Awards Quest/ Archaeology Patch Agent of Change/ Aviation Patch Program Aide Award Civic Girls 6/20/13 9:00 AM 3:00 PM Fruita 15/100 4 $18/$5 C - It's Your World, Change It/Finding Common Ground Badge S - Girltopia/ Behind the Ballot Badge A - Your Voice, Your World/ Public Policy Badge CSA 12 Computer Expert Badge Day with Microsoft 10/6/12 9:00 AM 12:00 PM Lone Tree 5/35 4 $7 B 6 4/6/13 9:00 AM 12:00 PM 5/35 4 $7 World of Girls/ Computer Expert Badge Start Time End Time Location Min/ Max Colorado Springs 40/50 0 Cost Girl/Adult $10 Journey / Girl’s Guide Connect Grade Level Page DB 9 Event Name Dates Cool Science 11/10/12 12:30 PM 4:00 PM 2/9/13 12:30 PM 4:00 PM 40/50 0 $10 D - Earth & Sky B - Wonders of Water 12/8/12 12:30 PM 4:00 PM 40/50 0 $10 Get Moving! 4/6/13 12:30 PM 4:00 PM 40/50 0 $10 4/13/13 12:30 PM 4:00 PM 40/50 0 $10 S - Sow What? C - Breathe A - Justice CSA CREW Careers 8/7/13 10:00 AM 3:00 PM Denver 10/75 3 $10 S - Girltopia A - Your Voice, Your World SA 6 Daisy Garden Journey 10/20/12 9:00 AM 12:30 PM Colorado Springs 32/50 10 $10/$5 D 9 4/27/13 1:00 PM 4:30 PM Delta County 32/50 10 $10/$5 5/4/13 1:00 PM 4:30 PM Boulder 32/50 10 $10/$5 The Daisy Flower Garden/ Clover, Rose, or Vi Petal Day at the Capitol 6/14/13 9:00 AM 3:00 PM Denver 25/100 2 $20/$10 Agent of Change/Inside Government Badge J 12 Day of the Dead - Día de los Muertos 11/1/12 5:30 PM 7:30 PM Regis University - Denver 25/200 2 Free D - The Daisy Flower Garden B - Quest J - Agent of Change C - aMAZE S - Girltopia A - Your Voice, Your World DBJ CSA 12 Digital Movie Maker Badge Day with Microsoft 10/13/12 9:00 AM 12:00 PM Lone Tree 5/35 4 $7 C 6 4/13/13 9:00 AM 12:00 PM 5/35 4 $7 MEdia/ Digital Movie Maker Badge Digital Photo. Badge Day with Microsoft 10/6/12 1:00 PM 4:00 PM 5/35 4 $7 J 8 4/6/13 1:00 PM 4:00 PM 5/35 4 $7 aMUSE/ Digital Photographer Badge Engineering Day at School of Mines 10/20/12 9:00 AM 3:00 PM Colorado School of Mines Golden 50/250 30 $7 Get Moving!, Agent of Change/ Engineering Patch J 8 Feed the Piggy Bank 9/29/12 9:00 AM 12:00 PM Durango 5/50 5 $10 JC 8 9/29/12 9:00 AM 9:00 AM 12:00 PM 12:00 PM Colorado Springs Denver 5/50 5 $10 5/50 5 $10 J - Business Owner Badge C - Budgeting Badge 9/29/12 Lone Tree J 15 Location TBD Min/ Max TBD TBD Cost Girl/Adult TBD 7:00 PM Denver 5/45 2 $10 TBD TBD TBD TBD 0 TBD 9/23/12 1:00 PM 5:00 PM Durango 10/100 1 $12/$5 10/13/12 12:00 PM 4:00 PM Vail/ Summit County 10/100 1 $12/$5 11/10/12 10:00 AM 10:00 AM 12:00 PM 10:00 AM 12:00 PM 2:00 PM 2:00 PM 4:00 PM 2:00 PM 4:00 PM Colorado Springs Ft. Collins 30/50 4 $12/12 30/50 4 $12/12 Gunnison 35/40 3 $12/12 Kremmling 30/40 3 $12/12 Pagosa Springs 30/50 4 $12/12 6/22/13 12:00 PM 4:00 PM Glenwood Springs 25/50 4 $12/12 11/20/12 4:00 PM 6:30 PM Denver 5/30 2 $12 2/19/13 4:00 PM 6:30 PM 5/30 2 $12 5/18/13 10:00 AM 3:00 PM 32/50 15 $15 Start Time TBD End Time TBD Event Name Film Fest 2013 Dates Summer 2013 Girls Go Local 3/6/13 4:30 PM Girls Govern TBD Global Action Golden Goddess: Eating for Beauty and Health 3/9/13 3/23/13 3/30/13 5/18/13 Got Pets? Hermione Granger's Muggle Exchange 16 Grand County Journey / Girlâ€™s Guide Connect J - aMUSE C - Media S - Mission: Sisterhood A - Bliss: Live it, Give it Grade Level JCSA Page 12 Sow What?/ Locavore Badge S 8 S - Girltopia/ Behind the Ballot Badge A - Your Voice, Your World / Public Policy Badge SA 12 All - Global Action Award B - Quest J - Agent of Change BJ 12 B - Quest, World of Girls J - Get Moving!, aMUSE C - MEdia S - Sow What? A - Bliss: Live it, Give it C 11 CSA BJC JC Get Moving!, Agent of Change D - Earth & Sky, 5 Flowers, 4 Stories, 3 Cheers for Animals!/ Sunny, Mari, Vi, or Gloria Petal B - Wonders of Water, World of Girls/Potter, Senses, Home Scientist, Inventor, or Making Friends Badge J - Get Moving!, aMUSE J 8 DBJ 9 Page J - Cookie CEO Badge C - Business Plan Badge JC 8 $50/$50 Get Moving!/ Museum Camp-In Patch J 8 8 Free BJ 11 75/150 6 Free B - Wonders of Water J - Get Moving! Aurora 300/400 12 $9/$9 DBJ CSA 11 2:00 PM Pueblo 150/200 8 $5/$5 D - Earth and Sky B - Quest, World of Girls J - Get Moving!, aMUSE C - Breathe, MEdia S - Sow What?, Mission: Sisterhood A - Bliss: Live it, Give it 9:00 AM 3:00 PM Denver 20/40 15 $10 SA 8 9:00 AM 9:00 AM 9:00 AM 1:00 PM 12:00 PM 12:00 PM 12:00 PM 4:00 PM Pueblo 5/35 4 $7 CS 8 Denver 5/45 4 $7 Colorado Springs Steamboat Springs 5/45 4 $7 5/45 4 $7 S - Girltopia, Mission: Sisterhood A - Your Voice, Your World, Bliss: Live it, Give it C - aMAZE, Breathe / Optical Science Patch S - Sow What?, Girltopia/ Optical Science Patch 10:00 AM 12:00 PM 32/50 15 $10 DBJ 9 End Time Event Name Dates It's Your Business Run It! 1/12/13 9:00 AM 7/25/13 Cost Girl/Adult Location Min/ Max 1:00 PM Boulder 10/65 7 $15 10:00 AM 4:00 PM Colorado Springs 10/65 7 $15 8/7/13 10:00 AM 4:00 PM Cortez 10/75 7 $15 8/13/13 10:00 AM 4:00 PM Denver 10/65 7 $15 Junior Get Moving! Overnight at DMNS 11/10/1211/11/12 6:00 PM 11:00 AM Denver 100/400 0 Live Healthy, Lead Healthy Challenge Party 7/10/13 5:00 PM 8:00 PM Denver 100/200 7/24/13 5:00 PM 8:00 PM Grand Junction 10/13/12 10:00 AM 2:00 PM 6/8/13 10:00 AM Leading the Way: University of Devner Leadership Event 11/10/12 Lighten Up! 10/27/12 Live Healthy, Lead Healthy Expo 3/9/13 3/30/13 6/20/13 Living Green 4/13/13 Journey / Girlâ€™s Guide Connect Grade Level Start Time Pueblo D - Earth and Sky/Mari, Clover, or Rose Petal B - Wonders of Water/Hiker, Household Elf, or Bugs Badge J - Get Moving!/ Flowers or Camper Badge 17 Event Name Making Money Count for Brownies Making Money Count for Daisies Miss Representation Start Time 10:00 AM End Time 12:00 PM Location Grand Junction Min/ Max 10/35 10 Cost Girl/Adult $10 5/11/13 1:00 PM 3:00 PM Grand Junction 10/35 12 $10 9/20/12 5:00 PM 1:00 PM TBD 8:00 PM 4:00 PM TBD Pueblo 20/200 2 $3/$3 Grand Junction Fort Collins 20/200 2 $7/$7 Grade Level B Page 8 D 8 C - MEdia S - Mission: Sisterhood A - It's Your Story- Tell It CSA 13 20/200 1 $7 /$7 10/14/12 10:00 AM 3:00 PM Lakewood 55/75 5 $13/$6 D - 5 Flowers, 4 Stories, 3 Cheers for Animals! B - Quest, World of Girls J - Get Moving! C - MEdia DBJC 11 5/4/13 10:00 AM 3:00 PM Pueblo 55/75 5 $13/$6 J - Get Moving! C - MEdia S - Mission: Sisterhood A - Bliss: Live it, Give it JCSA 10/16/12 4:00 PM 6:30 PM Denver 5/30 2 $12 CSA 8 6:30 PM 5/30 2 $12 C - aMaze S - Girltopia A - Your Voice, Your World 1/15/13 4:00 PM 3/19/13 4:00 PM 6:30 PM 5/30 2 $12 10/21/12 9:00 AM 3:00 PM Elizabeth 10/30 4 $15/$5 BJC SA 13 12/8/12 9:00 AM 3:00 PM SW Colorado 10/30 4 $15/$5 12/15/12 9:00 AM 3:00 PM Pueblo 10/30 4 $15/$5 1/19/12 9:00 AM 3:00 PM Louisville 10/30 4 $15/$5 All -Power Up Patch B - Quest J - Agent of Change C - aMAZE S - Girltopia A - Your Voice, Your World 3/2/13 9:00 AM 3:00 PM Western Slope 10/30 4 $15/$5 4/13/13 9:00 AM 3:00 PM Steamboat Springs 10/30 4 $15/$5 4/20/13 9:00 AM 3:00 PM Littleton 10/30 4 $15/$5 7/13/13 9:00 AM 3:00 PM Vail/ Summit 10/30 4 $15/$5 10/19/1210/20/12 4:00 PM 4:00 PM Frisco 10/30 2 $75/$75 CSAV 13 11/2/1211/3/12 4:00 PM 4:00 PM Pueblo 10/30 2 $75/$75 C - aMAZE S - Girltopia A - Your Voice, Your World 11/30/1212/1/12 4:00 PM 4:00 PM Colorado Springs 10/30 2 $75/$75 3/15/133/16/13 4:00 PM 4:00 PM Denver 10/30 2 $75/$75 4/5/134/6/13 4:00 PM 4:00 PM Eaton 10/30 2 $75/$75 Dates 5/11/13 9/29/12 TBD Move It! Sports Sampler Pets & Vets Power Up Event Power Up Facilitator Training 18 Journey / Girlâ€™s Guide Connect Money Mgr or Philanthropist Badge Making Choices Leaf Event Name Page All - Power Up Patch C - aMAZE S - Girltopia A - Your Voice, Your World CSA 13 $6/$6 D - Earth & Sky B - Wonders of Water J - Get Moving! C - Breathe S - Sow What? A - Justice DBJ CSA 9 2 $15/$5 JC 13 10/70 2 $15/$5 Loveland 10/70 2 $15/$5 4:00 PM Adams County 10/70 2 $15/$5 TBD TBD Fort Morgan 10/70 2 $15/$5 J - Agent of Change/ Savvy Shoppers Badge C - aMAZE/ Comparison Shopping Badge 3/23/13 12:00 PM 4:00 PM Pueblo 10/70 2 $15/$5 4/13/13 12:00 PM 1:00 PM 4:00 PM 5:00 PM Vail/ Summit Colorado Springs 10/70 2 $15/$5 300/500 20 $13/$7 DBJ CSA 11 B 9 CSA 9 End Time 10/27/1210/28/12 6:30 PM 3/25/133/26/13 Cost Girl/Adult Location Min/ Max 11:30 AM Aurora 10/25 6 $25/$10 6:30 PM 11:30 AM Salida 10/25 6 $25/$10 5/11/135/12/13 6:30 PM 11:30 AM Denver 10/25 6 $25/$10 6/14/136/15/13 6:30 PM 11:30 AM Pueblo 10/25 6 $25/$10 Rocks and Roles Women on the Ridge 10/13/12 10:00 AM 3:00 PM Dinosaur Ridge; Morrison 350/500 10 Savvy Shoppers 11/17/12 12:00 PM 4:00 PM Colorado Springs 10/70 11/24/12 12:00 PM 4:00 PM Durango 11/28/12 TBD TBD 12/1/12 12:00 PM 12/1/12 Power Up Sleepover Journey / Girlâ€™s Guide Connect Grade Level Dates Start Time Sports Extravaganza 4/14/13 Strategies for Outdoor Living 5/4/13 1:00 PM 4:00 PM Durango 32/50 15 $10/$5 Survivor: Mall Lock-In 2/2/132/3/13 10:00 PM 8:00 AM Colorado Springs 350/500 40 $25/$20 D - 5 Flowers, 4 Stories, 3 Cheers for Animals! B - Quest, World of Girls J - Get Moving! C - MEdia S - Mission: Sisterhood A - Bliss: Live it, Give it Wonders of Water/Hiker Badge or Letterboxer Badge C - aMAZE, Breathe, MEdia S - Sow What?, Mission: Sisterhood A - Justice, Bliss: Live it, Give it 19 Event Name We Care for Animal Care Start Time 12:00 PM 12:00 PM 12:00 PM End Time 4:00 PM 4:00 PM 4:00 PM 2/16/13 TBD TBD 2/23/13 TBD TBD 3/9/13 TBD TBD 4/28/13 11:00 AM 4:00 PM Dates 3/30/13 5/11/13 6/22/13 World Thinking Day Zoo Day at Cheyenne Mountain Zoo 20 Location Colorado Springs Platteville Min/ Max 10/30 2 Cost Girl/Adult $15 10/30 2 $15 Mancos 10/30 2 $15 Grand Junction Sky High Ranch (Woodland Park/ Colorado Springs) Magic Sky (Red Feather Lake) 20/200 5 $12/$12 20/150 5 $12/$12 20/150 5 $12/$12 Colorado Springs N/A 15 Journey / Girlâ€™s Guide Connect D - 5 Flowers, 4 Stories, 3 Cheers for Animals!/ Bird Bath Award B - Quest Grade Level DB Guide Book Page 13 All - World Thinking Day Award D - The Daisy Flower Garden B - Quest J - Agent of Change C - aMAZE S - Girltopia A - Your Voice, Your World DBJC SA 13 $8.25/$12.25 All - Zoo Day 2013 patch D - Earth and Sky, 5 Flowers, 4 Stories, 3 Cheers for Animals! B - Wonders of Water J - Get Moving! C - Breathe S - Sow What? A - Justice DBJC SA 9 A Colorado nonprofit organization that empowers adolescent girls to make smart choices and become confident, capable, and self-reliant young women. Check out our programs www.smart-girl.org See new places, meet new people, and learn about dif ferent cultures and ideas. exploring their communitie Whether s, going on overnight camp ing trips, participating in co service projects, or flying mmunity to one of the four World Ce nters, Girl Scouts continue their horizons. For more inf to expand ormation on travel opportu nities, email travel@gscolor ado.org. Belize Summer 2015 Min: TBD | Max: TBD Est. Cost: $2,500 Explore the jungle and coastline ecosystem, hike through lush forest, ride a riverboat, and snorkel in the Caribbean. Discover the fascinating history and culture of the indigenous people, and explore archaeological sites, shedding light on the Mayan culture. Canoe Certification at Soda Lake May 4, 5, & 11, 2013 Min: TBD | Max: TBD Est. Cost: $40 Learn to canoe at Soda Lake in Morrison and go on river trips after training. Must attend all three days. Canyon Skies at Durango June 9-17, 2013 Min: 15 | Max: 22 Est. Cost: $1,680 From London to Lucerne June 30 - July 10, 2013 Min: 10 | Max: 45 Est. Cost: $3,800 - $4,200 Join Girl Scouts of Colorado for an 11-day trip throughout Europe with EF Tours, educational travel for students, includes visits to two Girl Scouts World Centers, Pax Lodge and Our Chalet. Climb the Eiffel Tower, visit historic cathedrals, see Big Ben, the Louvre, and so much more! Donâ€™t miss this fun, exciting and educational trip! Santa Fe - A World of Adventure July 12-16, 2013 Min: 15 | Max: 30 Est. Cost: $900 The Four Corners showcases dramatic geologic formations and sits at a crossroads of cultures. Raft the San Juan River, explore spectacular national monuments, and visit the Navajo Nation. Visit the world-renowned Santa Fe International Folk Art Market, Georgia Oâ€™Keeffe Museum, and Santa Fe art district. On the last day of the trip venture south to Albuquerque to visit the ABQ BioPark, home to the zoo, aquarium, botanic gardens, and Tingley Beach. destinations Fairs Telluride - A Winter Weekend October 13 & November 10, 2012 Min: 1 | Max: Unlimited Est. Cost: Free March 15-17, 2013 Min: 12 | Max: 15 Est. Cost: $615 - $800 This virtual seminar reviews application procedures for Girl Scouts destinations and provides information about Girl Scouts of Colorado travel opportunities. Experience a winter adventure in beautiful Telluride. Spend the day snowshoeing, winter-orienteering, sledding, and much more. 23 participate unity that will allow girls to mm co e lin on ed nn pla a is fers, regardless of The Virtual Pathway nities that Girl Scouting of rtu po op ip rsh de lea d an , s, girls in fun, friendship and safe program activitie ty, ali qu , ve cti era int h ug Thro their geographic location. d the world. ts down the street or aroun ou Sc rl Gi r he ot th wi t ec can conn Media Maker Have you ever wanted to see what it is like to be involved in making movies? Sign-up with your troop, group, or by yourself for this online digital filmmakers program and create media that reflects the reality you know. Explore how different media forms are created, the media’s impact on people, and the power you have to create your own media for change. This is a great opportunity for those planning their silver and gold awards. Details will be available on our website this winter! Can’t wait for the Virtual Pathway? Get started today by checking out girlscouts.org/forgirls or email email@example.com. ls an opportunity Scouting, troops provide gir rl Gi in y wa th Pa d he lis The most estab e. ther with other girls their ag spend time and work toge What Will You Do Today? Girls are invited to join a troop who regularly meet to plan activities, community service projects, field trips, camping adventures, and just about anything they can imagine. Meetings are girl-centered and girl-led under the direction of two or more adult volunteers. If you’re already in a troop, you’re already traveling down the Troop Pathway. If your interested in learning more about troops in your area, complete the inquiry form at girlscoutsofcolorado.org/tell-me-more. 24 to If you want to be a Girl Scout and don’t have the time for a troop commitment, you can choose the Camp, Travel, Series, or Event Pathway and do all of the same things that a troop does, but as an individual member with adult supervision. ther and playing other girls by working toge th wi nd bo to ce an ch e th u erties. Camping gives yo lorado’s spectacular prop Co of ts ou Sc rl Gi e th of e together at on mer Keep an eye out this Winter for the 2013 Sum rams! Program Catalog featuring summer camp prog Girl Scout Group/Troop Camping Girl Scouts of Colorado offers year-round camping at each of our resident camp facilities with a range of amenities and activities available. In addition to the three resident camps, there are several troop camping facilities across the state. For more information visit girlscoutsofcolorado.org/properties-reservations-checklist. Rendezvous Camp Rendezvous Camp is a council-sponsored, two-night troop camping opportunity with program and activities planned and presented by a group of older Girl Scouts - Cadettes, Seniors, or Ambassadors. This is an excellent opportunity for girls and adults to progress overnight and camping skills toward longer trips. It is highly recommended that inexperienced troops have at least one practice overnighter at a troop member’s home or nearby venue prior to attending a Rendezvous. Each troop must provide one adult who has completed Leader Training, and one adult who has completed Overnight Training. Troop Rendezvous Camp Cost: $70 per girl Includes program and materials; lodging; meals; (breakfast, lunch, and dinner on Saturday, brunch on Sunday); and four snacks (including s’mores and a travel snack). $25 per adult needed to meet safety ratio requirements, $70 per additional adult Includes lodging; meals; (breakfast, lunch, and dinner on Saturday, brunch on Sunday); and four snacks (including s’mores and a travel snack). $25 application processing fee for each person attending Rendezvous Camp. Any specialty programs offered at a camp location may carry an additional fee. After registration, you will be notified if these options are available within the planned program for your Rendezvous Camp. Troop Rendezvous Camps: 26 Date 10/19-21/12 10/26-28/12 11/2-4/12 11/16-18/12 11/16-18/12 1/18-20/13 1/25-27/13 2/1-3/13 2/22-24/13 3/8-10/13 3/15-17/13 4/5-7/13 4/19-21/13 4/19-21/13 5/10-12/13 Location Tomahawk Magic Sky Sky High Tomahawk Magic Sky Tomahawk Magic Sky Sky High Magic Sky Tomahawk Magic Sky Sky High Magic Sky Tomahawk Tomahawk Theme Me/My Gal Me/My Guy Me/My Guy Me/My Guy Me/My Gal Grade Level B B/J/C B J D/B/J/C D/B/J/C B/J/C/S/A D/B/J/C J D/B/J/C B J J B J Reg. Reg. Opens Closes 7/20/12 9/21/12 7/2012 9/21/12 8/3/12 10/5/12 8/3/12 10/5/12 8/3/12 10/5/12 10/19/12 12/14/12 10/19/12 12/14/12 11/2/2012 1/4/2013 11/2/2012 1/4/2013 12/7/2012 2/8/2013 12/7/2012 2/8/2013 1/4/2013 3/1/2013 1/4/2013 3/1/2013 1/4/2013 3/1/2013 2/8/2013 4/12/2013 Distinguish Yourself and Take Action to Make a Difference What will you do today? Girl Scouts do great things every day through community service. Girl Scouts of Colorado recognizes the dedication of girls and young women working to improve the lives of those around them, and the highest awards take community service to another level. It’s amazing what can be accomplished by girls with good ideas, support, and big hearts. The Bronze, Silver, and Gold Awards honor girls who have met specific requirements for a project that improves the community through Take Action projects. All registered Girl Scouts are encouraged to work toward the highest award for their program level. Girl Scout Bronze Award The Girl Scout Bronze Award represents a Girl Scout Junior’s (4th and 5th grade) commitment to community and forms a foundation for future service. She develops her leadership and planning skills working within a troop or group. Girl Scout Silver Award The Girl Scout Silver Award is the second highest award a Cadette (6th, 7th, and 8th grade) can achieve in Girl Scouting. It recognizes girls who work in a group with community resources to solve a local problem. Girl Scout Gold Award The highest honor a Girl Scout can achieve is the Girl Scout Gold Award. The Gold Award follows a strict process, for current details visit girlscoutsofcolorado.org/gold-award. Training is required for girls who have completed the prerequisites and are ready to begin designing a Take Action project. Girl Awards Training Highest Awards 101: Designed to provide an orientation to all three awards starting with a discussion of the Take Action concept and the difference between Take Action and community service. Join other girls and adult volunteers as we explore how to move from one to the other. Sessions are generally held at Fallapalooza and Springaganza training events and are offered as a webinar several times a year. Webinar Training: September 24 November 12 January 14 March 11 6 - 8 PM 6 - 8 PM 6 - 8 PM 6 - 8 PM Gold Award Training: For Seniors and Ambassadors who have completed the prerequisite Journey(s) and are ready to tackle a Gold Award project. The class covers basic award information, explores tools to help with project selection, and explains the gold award process from submitting a proposal to final project presentation. Webinar Training: October 22 December 10 February 11 May 13 6 - 8 PM 6 - 8 PM 6 - 8 PM 6 - 8 PM In-Person Training - Denver Dates Time September 16 1 - 3 PM December 16 1 - 3 PM March 10 1 - 3 PM June 2 1 - 3 PM For more information on any of the awards, see the Girl’s Guide to Girl Scouting, visit the girlscoutsofcolorado.org website, or contact highest.awards@gscolorado with your questions. 27 I Can Make a Difference t of the 3.2 million other. You can become a par no like nce erie exp p shi der influential leader. Girl Scouts offers a lea takes to become a positive and it at wh g erin cov dis are o wh world a better place. members worldwide, , and character, who make the nce fide con e, rag cou of s l Scout volunteer. 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Our volunteer application and a link to our background screening process is online at girlscoutsofcolorado.org/volunteers/join. 28 Let YOUR Voice Be Heard Girl Scout Voices Girl Scout Voices tell us... What’s important to you What’s important about being a Girl Scout How Girl Scouts has affected you One Girl Can Make A Difference — Girls Together Can Change The World. Start the change - let your voice be heard! Register today for the Girl Scout Voices survey at girlscoutvoices. org. The Girl Scout Voices survey is open to all levels of Girl Scouts and Girl Scout volunteers. Parental consent and guidance is required for all surveys taken by girls younger than 13-years-old. Survey results will be used exclusively by Girl Scouts of Colorado and Girl Scouts of the USA to better understand the Girl Scout Leadership Experience and program effectiveness. Girl Scout Advisory Group YOU have great ideas and we want to hear them! Influence the programming that is available to all Girl Scouts in Colorado by joining the Girl Scout Advisory Group (GSAG). As a GSAG member, you guide the direction of Girl Scout programming by creating themes and ideas that help us provide more of the programs YOU want to attend. Expand your Girl Scout leadership experience and have FUN too! Your participation in GSAG looks great on scholarship applications and resumes. For more information, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.