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Girl Scout Leadership Experience Program Portfolio Benefits Girls Step 1: Choose a Journey!

A key part of the GirlScout Leadership Experience is the leadership journey, a coordinated series of activities grouped around a theme. Each of the following series have age-appropriate books that invite girls to be active participants in shaping their Girl Scout experiences. Adult facilitator guides also available. Be sure to check out the Journey Jumpstart events listed in this guide, or stop in to any Girl Scout shop to check out the resources in person. It’s Your Story – Tell It! • Uses a storytelling theme in a fun and grade-level relevant way for girls to better understand themselves and their potential. • Building a strong sense of self is an underlying goal of the series, which was made possible in part by a generous grant from the Dove Self-Esteem Fund. It’s Your Planet – Love It! • In this journey series, girls at each grade level learn about grade-appropriate environmental issues such as clean water and air, noise pollution, global warming, soil contamination, and agricultural processes. It’s Your World – Change It! • Engages girls in critical thinking processes related to identifying and researching issues they care about. • Engages girls in developing community networks and creating and implementing plans of action. Each journey is tied to some of Girl Scouts’ 15 national outcomes for girls. These outcomes are integral to the three leadership keys: Discover, Connect, and Take Action.

Step 2: Build Skills, Earn Badges, Give Service

THE 15 OUTCOMES OF THE NEW GIRL SCOUT LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE

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Connect Once girls have selected a journey book, review the NEW Girl’s Guides to Girl Scouting, available for every age level. Designed with bright colors and fun graphics, the guides feature three sections: a handbook, the awards (badges) and a section for girls to personalize with their memories. Each badge has five steps, and girls must complete all the steps to earn the badge. Optional service ideas are provided for all girls to consider when they feel they know the subject matter well enough. The guides include stories and tips, historical information and activities that will interest girls at all age levels. The most important thing to remember: “It’s not about how many badges a girl earns, but what she learns!”

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1 Girls develop a strong sense of self. 2 Girls develop positive values. 3 Girls gain practical life skills. 4 Girls seek challenges in the world. 5 Girls develop critical thinking.

1 Girls develop healthy relationships. 2 Girls promote cooperation and team building. 3 Girls can resolve conflicts. 4 Girls advance diversity in a multicultural world. 5 Girls feel connected to their communities, locally and globally.

1 Girls can identify community needs. 2 Girls are resourceful problem solvers. 3 Girls advocate for themselves and others, locally and globally. 4 Girls educate and inspire others to act. 5 Girls feel empowered to make a difference in the world.

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when girls lead! Girl Representatives to the Board of Directors

Teach a Girl to Lead, Watch her Change the World When girls learn to lead, amazing things happen. The Girl Scout Leadership Experience begins as soon as girls don their Daisy smocks at the age of five. Even then girls can take the lead in a service project or at the troop cookie sales booth. As these experiences build, girls mature and turn into young women. The lasting evidence of their leadership is even more apparent as they reach their teenage years. For 18 months, 18 young women poured themselves into planning, organizing and hosting the Girls’ World Forum. This global event gathered delegates from 80 countries and 86 US councils to discuss poverty, gender equity and environmental sustainability. The Girl Planning Team members were behind the scenes developing session curriculum, and they were on the mics welcoming the international guests. Girl Scouts are always leading the way in their communities to better the world around them. The Gold Award recognizes the work of 14 – 18-year-old Girl Scouts who demonstrate leadership

culminating in 80 hours or more, dedicated to a service project that leaves a lasting effect. “Never before would I have thought that I would be capable of creating and executing such a large project involving towns full of people, collecting one thousand pounds of food,” said Sarah Mucerino, 18. “It was really an eye-opening experience.”

For information about applying to be a girl representative on the board or other leadership opportunities, visit the Just for Teens section on our council website at www.girlscoutsgcnwi.org.

Teen Girl Scouts are even helping us lead the council. Girl Scout representatives and mentors to our board of directors share their love and passion for Girl Scouting with council decision-makers. “I strongly encourage any Girl Scout looking to develop real world leadership experience to apply,” said Hannah Mowery, and 18-year-old former girl representative. “It is unlike anything else you’ll do in Girl Scouting or in high school, and it is so, so valuable.”

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camp ceo The Week That Changed My Life By Laura Bartusiak, age 15 Camp CEO was only a week, but I learned more in that one week than I had in my 15 years of learning. Camp CEO taught me to try new things and not to be afraid of being different, for it is those who are different that are successful in life. I got to meet wonderful women who had accomplished so much in their lives and were willing to help me do the same. But most of all, Camp CEO gave me newfound confidence and leadership skills that I will take with me throughout my life. Since Camp CEO, I have joined a newspaper that is distributed to over 200 schools where people will be reading my writing. Before Camp CEO, I was unsure if I wanted to write, because it was something out of my comfort zone. Camp CEO helped me to see that taking chances in life and trying different activities is something that I should not be afraid of because I will only become a better person. Camp CEO put in my path powerful and influential women who make a difference in the world. During that week, and even after, I have been able to get to meet powerful business women, successful doctors, and women who were just like me with dreams and goals of their own. They each taught me a lesson of their own and gave me priceless advice that I can take me with me throughout my life. Camp CEO has taught me to be the woman I want to be and I met wonderful women who help me with my dreams. It has helped me to speak up for what I believe in and have the confidence to take action. I have become a leader in my community and have started to work on my Gold Award. Camp CEO has given me the confidence to speak in front of my town’s council and to organize a marathon in my town to raise money for breast cancer. Camp CEO has helped me to be confident and a leader in the world. Without Camp CEO, I feel that I would not be the person I am today. I strongly urge girls to partake in Camp CEO, which encourages them to change the world for the better by giving them new skills and knowledge; it instills confidence within them. Camp CEO has taught me so much about the world and has helped me discover myself. I hope all girls have the chance to participate in this life-changing experience.

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Laura Bartusiak and her Camp CEO mentor, Margaret Stender, owner of Flow Basketball Academy and chairman & minority owner of the Chicago Sky, one of 12 teams in the WNBA.

Program Details: Who: When: Cost:

High-school-age Girl Scouts (ages 14 and up or at least entering the 9th grade in the fall) June 16 - 21, 2013 None for girl participants. Bus transportation provided from downtown Chicago to Camp Butternut Springs.

How do I apply?

The application process for 2013 Camp CEO gets underway this fall. Application and deadline will be posted on our website. For information, contact Aminah Abdullah at 312-912-6355, or e-mail her at aabdullah@girlscoutsgcnwi.org.


project law What is Project Law Track? Project Law Track is a series of interactive sessions all relating to the interesting field of law. Female attorneys with the Chicago Bar Association’s Alliance for Women committee and several teen Girl Scouts have designed the following dynamic sessions.

from an area law school. Get a better understanding of the transformation from undergraduate student to a law school student. Learn tips about how you can be successful at law school and eventually as the successful lawyer you were born to be.

Session 1: Law as Seen on TV: Law and Order, Judge Judy, Legally Blonde.

Session 3: Mock Trial Preparation

Are these shows that you like to watch? Then come to our first law session to determine fact from fiction. We’ll point out the attorney, judge, jury and others who work in the courtroom and watch one of these TV shows and discuss the roles and responsibilities of the actors with female attorneys.

Step into the shoes of a real courtroom attorney by participating in a mock trial exercise. Attorneys from the Alliance For Women will introduce you to a practice legal case. Learn the facts about the case, be assigned a role and then practice giving an argument and/or examining a witness. The attorneys will give you tips and help you practice.

Session 2: Law School & Career Day

Session 4: Mock Trial–Real Courtroom

People may not realize how many different types of lawyers there are. Interact with female attorneys, learn about their different careers, find out how they became interested in the law, receive first-hand advice and ask your questions. Talk to real law students

Who: Girls in 7th grade and older – do not need to be a Girl Scout when applying. Those who are selected to participate agree to attend all sessions (barring health challenges or emergencies). Cost for the series: $30 includes materials and supplies; scholarships are available. (Do not submit payment with application; fee will be due once participants are selected.)

What is a Pathway?

These flexible membership options give girls choices and the freedom to customize their Girl Scout experiences in fun ways. Be in a troop ... or not. Travel ... or stay local. Attend events that you put together from this guide! You choose!

Now you’re ready to try your case in a real courtroom! Play the same role you practiced at the preparation session, except this time you’ll do it in a courtroom. Learn what it feels like to be a trial attorney and receive positive feedback from judges, attorneys and girls.

Where: Girl Scout Gathering Place,

20 S. Clark Street, 2nd Floor, Chicago, IL 60603 Time and Dates: Winter and spring Capacity: 25 girl participants

Applications:

Applications are available on the council website at www.girlscoutsgcnwi.org. Visit our “Just for Teens” section.

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How to Apply: Submit a completed application by Nov. 15, 2012, to: Girl Scouts of Greater Chicago and Northwest Indiana ATTN: Project Law Track 20 S. Clark Street, Suite 200, Chicago, IL 60603; Or e-mail your application to: aabdullah@girlscoutsgcnwi.org

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build leadership Put all of your Girl Scout experiences to work in your community

Gold Award Recipient Builds Confidence After 12 years in Girl Scouting, Kara Kastenholz, 18, was near the end of her Girl Scout career, and couldn’t miss an opportunity to make a positive impact on members of her community. The Girl Scout Ambassador from Downers Grove, IL set out to create helpful brochures and scrapbooks for Alzheimer’s and dementia patients, their families and caregivers. With her project, “A Trip Down Memory Lane: A Scrapbook to Assist Alzheimer’s Patients,” Kara made difficult times for families a little simpler. Kara’s brochures contained basic information on Alzheimer’s and dementia, and the scrapbooks featured pictures and questions to help facilitate conversation with patients.

“By remaining in the Girl Scouts I feel that I have made a positive impact in the lives of others and the world,” Kara said. The whole experience of earning the Gold Award, she said, gave her a great sense of accomplishment. It also gave her confidence to become the person she wanted to be and step into a leadership position. “I feel that I can do anything if I just set my mind to it,” she said. “The Gold Award and Girl Scouts have had such a positive impact on my life. I hope that many other girls will see the benefit of staying in Girl Scouts and will one day go for the Gold as well to feel the sense of accomplishment that I feel today.”

The materials she made simplified large medical texts to make it easier for family members and caregivers to understand what a loved one was going through. They also offered ways to help secure receding memories for a longer period of time.

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Girl Scout Bronze, Silver and Gold Awards The Girl Scout Bronze, Silver and Gold Awards are Girl Scouting’s highest awards. These awards offer girls relevant, gradelevel-appropriate challenges related to teamwork, goal setting, community networking and leadership. They also engage girls in building networks that not only support them in their award projects, but in new educational and career opportunities. Like everything girls do in Girl Scouting, the steps to earning these awards are rooted in the Girl Scout Leadership Experience. This is why, to earn each of these awards, girls first complete a grade-level journey (two journeys for the Gold Award). With journeys, girls experience the keys to leadership and learn to identify community needs, work in partnership with their communities and carry out take-action projects that make a lasting difference. They can then use the skills they developed on a journey to develop and execute excellent projects for their Girl Scout Bronze, Silver and Gold Awards.

Girl Scout Gold Award

Highest award for Girl Scout Seniors and Ambassadors Key Reminders: Girls must attend an in person interview with the Gold Award Committee and receive approval before and after the Gold Award Project is undertaken. The Girl Scout Gold Award Proposal form must be submitted at least six weeks prior to the anticipated start of the project. The paperwork includes the Girl Scout Gold Award Proposal form, Girl Scout Gold Award Final Report form, Project Budget and Hour Log. • Interview is required • Gold Award Committee approval is needed • Council provides the Gold Award pin to recipients • Council plans one official recognition ceremony

Girl Scout Silver Award

Highest award for Girl Scout Cadettes Key Reminders: It is requested that the Girl Scout Silver Award Final Report form be submitted to the council. Girls or their troop leader will receive a congratulatory letter (via email). The Girl Scout Silver Award Pin can be purchased from the council shop.

The paperwork includes the Silver Award Final Report form and Hour Log. • Council approval is not needed • Parent or troop leader purchases the Silver Award pin • Ceremony is planned and celebrated by the troop or service unit

Girl Scout Bronze Award

Highest award for Girl Scout Juniors The leader or advisor, who is working closely with the girls pursuing this award, decides whether the requirements have been met. The leader or the advisor can purchase the award directly from the council shop. • Council approval is not needed • Paperwork is not submitted to council • Parent or troop leader purchases the Bronze Award pin • Ceremony is planned and celebrated by the troop or service unit For more information about available trainings, girl and adult guidelines, required forms and interview dates, please visit our website at www.girlscoutsgcnwi.org.

2013 Gold Award Ceremony Stay tuned for more information regarding the annual council-wide Girl Scout Gold Award Ceremony in June 2013. Please note that in order to be recognized at the June 2013 ceremony, all interviews must be completed (and final project approved) by March 15, 2013. The overall deadline for any girl to earn the Gold Award is Sept. 30 of the girl’s high school graduation year. For more information on the Gold Award, please visit http://www.girlscoutsgcnwi.org/gs_gold_award

Girls’ World Forum 2012 Continues Locally Teen girls, are you interested in making a difference locally addressing global problems? Join our Girls’ World Forum Girl Planning Team for a one-day mini-forum exploring three of the United Nations Millennium Development Goals (MDGs): eradicating poverty, gender equity and environmental sustainability. Experience large group and breakout sessions exploring materials presented to the 500 international participants at July 2012 official Girls’ World Forum. An 18-member teen planning team from Girl Scouts of Northern Illinois, Girl Scouts of Wisconsin Southeast and our council spent 18 months developing the program components for the successful forum. The objective was to present knowledge about the three MDGs and spend time so that the participants could develop a take action plan to address a challenge in their home community. These take action plans will be occurring all over the world.Now it is time for our local Girl Scouts to experience their own version of the highly successful and empowering forum. Join other teen Girl Scouts to learn, discuss and develop plans to make a difference in our world. Date: Feb. 16, 2013 Time: Doors open at 9 a.m., Mini-forum starts at 9:30 a.m. through 7:30 p.m. Location: To be announced Cost: $45 Code: 160300 Page 11


“From brainstorming ideas, to talking with experts, to getting the plan approved and finally planting, I accomplished a great deal at each step of earning my award, and I could not be more proud of myself for all that I did.” – Andrea Barr, 18

Girl Awards & Training

Girl Awards & Training Arts & Culture

Girl Awards & Training Service Arts & Culture Projects

Girl Scout Gold Award Wondering where to start on your Girl Scout Gold Award? Let us take you through the process! Discuss everything from the recommended time frame to the required documentation and even ideas for developing the perfect project.

Girl Scout Silver Award Understand the steps of the Silver Award more clearly! Can I work on the award as an individual or in a small group? What role should our troop/group volunteers play? How can I work with others to develop my Community Action Project? Girls, troop leaders and other adults are welcome!

Program Aide - Basic Training This is for older Girl Scouts looking to give back and work with younger Girl Scouts! Learn skills like communication, time management, teamwork, effective leadership, and how to plan safe, age-appropriate activities for children to prepare for troop meetings, events and activities outside Girl Scouting.

juniors

Code

Program

Start Date

Time

Min

Max

Location

$ Girl

$ Adult

843013

Girl Scout Silver Award

9/19/2012

7 - 9 p.m.

5

25

Joliet Gathering Place, 1551 Spencer Road Joliet, IL 60433

3

0

843023

Girl Scout Silver Award

10/3/2012

7 - 9 p.m.

5

25

Friendship Center, 5100 W Sunset Lane, Country Club Hills, IL

3

0

843033

Girl Scout Silver Award

10/19/2012

Noon - 2 p.m.

5

25

Camp Greene Wood Program Center - Woodridge, IL

3

0

843043

Girl Scout Silver Award

11/7/2012

7 - 9 p.m.

5

25

Vernon Hills Gathering Place, 650 N Lakeview Pkwy, Vernon Hills, IL

3

0

843053

Girl Scout Silver Award

11/17/2012

Noon - 2 p.m.

5

25

Merrillville Gathering Place, 8699 Broadway Merrillville, IN

3

0

843093

Girl Scout Silver Award

1/13/2013

Noon - 2 p.m.

5

25

Friendship Center, 5100 W Sunset Lane, Country Club Hills, IL

3

0

843103

Girl Scout Silver Award

1/27/2013

Noon - 2 p.m.

5

25

Camp Greene Wood Program Center, (All rooms) - Woodridge, IL

3

0

843113

Girl Scout Silver Award

2/6/2013

7 - 9 p.m.

5

20

Merrillville Gathering Place, 8699 Broadway Merrillville, IN

3

0

843123

Girl Scout Silver Award

2/16/2013

Noon - 2 p.m.

5

25

Joliet Gathering Place, 1551 Spencer Road Joliet, IL 60433

3

0

843153

Girl Scout Silver Award

3/17/2013

Noon - 2 p.m.

5

25

Vernon Hills Gathering Place, 650 N Lakeview Pkwy, Vernon Hills, IL

3

0

Code

Program

843013

Girl Scout Silver Award

cadettes Start Date

Time

Min

Max

Location

$ Girl

$ Adult

9/19/2012

7 - 9 p.m.

5

25

Joliet Gathering Place, 1551 Spencer Road Joliet, IL

3

0

843023

Girl Scout Silver Award

10/3/2012

7 - 9 p.m.

5

25

Friendship Center, 5100 W Sunset Lane, Country Club Hills, IL

3

0

841013

Program Aide - Basic Training

10/6/2012

10 a.m.- 3 p.m.

10

25

Friendship Center, 5100 W Sunset Lane, Country Club Hills, IL

10

0

841023

Program Aide - Basic Training

10/13/2012

10 a.m.- 3 p.m.

10

25

Vernon Hills Gathering Place, 650 N Lakeview Pkwy, Vernon Hills

10

0

843033

Girl Scout Silver Award

10/19/2012

Noon - 2 p.m.

5

25

Camp Greene Wood Program Center - Woodridge, IL

3

0

841033

Program Aide - Basic Training

10/27/2012

10 a.m.- 3 p.m.

10

25

Camp Greene Wood Program Center - Woodridge, IL

10

0

841043

Program Aide - Basic Training

11/3/2012

10 a.m.- 3 p.m.

10

25

Joliet Gathering Place, 1551 Spencer Road Joliet, IL

10

0

843043

Girl Scout Silver Award

11/7/2012

7 - 9 p.m.

5

25

Vernon Hills Gathering Place, 650 N Lakeview Pkwy, Vernon Hills

3

0

843053

Girl Scout Silver Award

11/17/2012

Noon - 2 p.m.

5

25

Merrillville Gathering Place, 8699 Broadway Merrillville, IN

3

0

841053

Program Aide - Basic Training

11/17/2012

10 a.m.- 3 p.m.

10

25

Merrillville Gathering Place, 8699 Broadway Merrillville, IN

10

0

843093

Girl Scout Silver Award

1/13/2013

Noon - 2 p.m.

5

25

Friendship Center, 5100 W Sunset Lane, Country Club Hills, IL

3

0

841083

Program Aide - Basic Training

1/13/2013

Noon - 5 p.m.

10

25

Friendship Center, 5100 W Sunset Lane, Country Club Hills, IL

10

0 0

843103

Girl Scout Silver Award

1/27/2013

Noon - 2 p.m.

5

25

Camp Greene Wood Program Center, (All rooms) - Woodridge, IL

3

841093

Program Aide - Basic Training

1/27/2013

Noon - 5 p.m.

10

25

Camp Greene Wood Program Center - Lower Level, Woodridge, IL

10

0

843113

Girl Scout Silver Award

2/6/2013

7 - 9 p.m.

5

20

Merrillville Gathering Place , 8699 Broadway Merrillville, IN

3

0

843123

Girl Scout Silver Award

2/16/2013

Noon - 2 p.m.

5

25

Joliet Gathering Place, 1551 Spencer Road Joliet, IL

3

0

841103

Program Aide - Basic Training

2/16/2013

10 a.m.- 3 p.m.

10

25

Joliet Gathering Place, 1551 Spencer Road Joliet, IL

10

0

841113

Program Aide - Basic Training

3/3/2013

Noon - 5 p.m.

10

25

Merrillville Gathering Place, 8699 Broadway Merrillville, IN

10

0

843153

Girl Scout Silver Award

3/17/2013

Noon - 2 p.m.

5

25

Vernon Hills Gathering Place, 650 N Lakeview Pkwy, Vernon Hills

3

0

841123

Program Aide - Basic Training

3/17/2013

Noon - 5 p.m.

10

25

Vernon Hills Gathering Place, 650 N Lakeview Pkwy, Vernon Hills

10

0

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seniors and ambassadors Code

Program

Start Date

Time

Min

Max

Location

$ Girl

$ Adult

842013

Girl Scout Gold Award

9/19/2012

7 - 9 p.m.

5

25

Joliet Gathering Place, 1551 Spencer Road Joliet, IL

3

0

842023

Girl Scout Gold Award

10/3/2012

7 - 9 p.m.

5

25

Friendship Center, 5100 W Sunset Lane, Country Club Hills, IL

3

0

841013

Program Aide Basic Training

10/6/2012

10 a.m.- 3 p.m.

10

25

Friendship Center, 5100 W Sunset Lane, Country Club Hills, IL

10

0

841023

Program Aide Basic Training

10/13/2012

10 a.m.- 3 p.m.

10

25

Vernon Hills Gathering Place, 650 N Lakeview Pkwy, Vernon Hills, IL

10

0

842033

Girl Scout Gold Award

10/19/2012

Noon - 2 p.m.

5

25

Camp Greene Wood Program Center, Lower Level, Woodridge, IL

3

0

841033

Program Aide Basic Training

10/27/2012

10 a.m.- 3 p.m.

10

25

Camp Greene Wood Program Center - Woodridge, IL

10

0

841043

Program Aide Basic Training

11/3/2012

10 a.m.- 3 p.m.

10

25

Joliet Gathering Place, 1551 Spencer Road Joliet, IL

10

0

842043

Girl Scout Gold Award

11/7/2012

7 - 9 p.m.

5

25

Vernon Hills Gathering Place, 650 N Lakeview Pkwy, Vernon Hills

3

0

841053

Program Aide Basic Training

11/17/2012

10 a.m.- 3 p.m.

10

25

Merrillville Gathering Place, 8699 Broadway Merrillville, IN

10

0

842053

Girl Scout Gold Award

11/17/2012

Noon - 2 p.m.

5

25

Merrillville Gathering Place, 8699 Broadway Merrillville, IN

3

0

842093

Girl Scout Gold Award

1/13/2013

Noon - 2 p.m.

5

25

Friendship Center, 5100 W Sunset Lane, Country Club Hills, IL

3

0

841083

Program Aide Basic Training

1/13/2013

Noon - 5 p.m.

10

25

Friendship Center, 5100 W Sunset Lane, Country Club Hills, IL

10

0

842103

Girl Scout Gold Award

1/27/2013

Noon - 2 p.m.

5

25

Camp Greene Wood Program Center, Lower Level, Woodridge, IL

3

0

841093

Program Aide Basic Training

1/27/2013

Noon - 5 p.m.

10

25

Camp Greene Wood Program Center, Lower Level, Woodridge, IL

10

0

842113

Girl Scout Gold Award

2/6/2013

7 - 9 p.m.

5

25

Merrillville Gathering Place, 8699 Broadway Merrillville, IN

3

0

842123

Girl Scout Gold Award

2/16/2012

Noon - 2 p.m.

5

25

Joliet Gathering Place, 1551 Spencer Road Joliet, IL

3

0

841103

Program Aide Basic Training

2/16/2013

10 a.m.- 3 p.m.

10

25

Joliet Gathering Place, 1551 Spencer Road Joliet, IL

10

0

841113

Program Aide Basic Training

3/3/2013

Noon - 5 p.m.

10

25

Merrillville Gathering Place, 8699 Broadway Merrillville, IN

10

0

842153

Girl Scout Gold Award

3/17/2013

Noon - 2 p.m.

5

25

Vernon Hills Gathering Place, 650 N Lakeview Pkwy, Vernon Hills, IL

3

0

841123

Program Aide Basic Training

3/17/2012

Noon - 5 p.m.

10

25

Vernon Hills Gathering Place, 650 N Lakeview Pkwy, Vernon Hills, IL

10

0

Journey to the Girl Scout Gold Award Interested in earning the Gold Award? Want a fun and easy way to get most of the prerequisites done so you can dive right into the project? Here’s your chance! This program will take you through a Girl Scout journey, train you on the Gold Award and provide you with the tools to create a plan for a project.

Girltopia: “It’s Your World – Change It!” Series Girl Scout Seniors and Ambassadors Saturday, Nov. 10 – Sunday, Nov. 11, 2012; 9 a.m. –12 p.m. Girl Scout Friendship Center 5100 W. Sunset Ln, Country Club Hills, IL $65/girl (includes lunch/dinner on Saturday and light breakfast/snack on Sunday and journey book) Min/max: 50/100 Code: 810013

Mission: Sisterhood! “It’s Your Story – Tell It!” Series

Girl Scout Seniors and Ambassadors Saturday, Feb. 23 – Sunday, Feb. 24, 2013; 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. Girl Scout Friendship Center 5100 W. Sunset Ln, Country Club Hills, IL $65/girl (includes lunch/dinner on Saturday and light breakfast/snack on Sunday and journey book) Min/max: 50/100 Code:810023 Page 13


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