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Girl Scout Senior/Ambassador Program & Events Grades 9-10, 11-12 Girl Scouts of Connecticut offers council-sponsored programs and events for troops and girls. These events bring together girls from around the state to enjoy an opportunity that they might not be able to create on their own. Please note that each event has a registration deadline and some events may fill before this date. You may register for events online at gsofct.org or by form via fax or mail.

SENIOR AND AMBASSADOR RESOURCES Leadership Journeys It’s Your Story – Tell It! series: For Seniors: MISSION Sisterhood! Seniors learn how widening their network broadens their world and benefits the world as well. For Ambassadors: Bliss: Live it, Give it! Ambassadors use their leadership skills to help others achieve their dreams, too. It’s Your Planet – Love It! series: For Seniors: Sow What? Girls investigate the food network and ways to take positive action to help others. For Ambassadors: Justice- Girls explore the idea of justice for earth and all its inhabitants. It’s Your World – Change It! series: For Seniors: GIRLtopia- Girls create their vision of an ideal world. For Ambassadors: Your Voice, Your World Girls learn tools to discover an issue they care deeply about and advocate for a possible solution. The Girl’s Guide to Girl Scouting This three-ring binder contains information on traditions, ceremonies, how to earn badges and other awards, such as Journey Summit. Space is set aside for girls to record their thoughts and memories. GSOFCT Council’s Own patches may be found in this book or online at gsofct.org. All Journey and The Girl’s Guide to Girl Scouting books, as well as awards may be purchased at the GSOFCT shops or online at gsofct.org. Event Etiquette • Share this book and GSOFCT website with the girls. At every grade level girls should be part of planning their Girl Scout Experience. • All registration questions should be directed to the Registration Department at 1 (800) 922-2770 ext. 500 or registration@gsofct.org. • If unsure what (For: Troop, Family, etc.) means in a description, see page 3, Tips for Using this Book. • Contact the program facilitator only with questions specific to the program such as attire or making arrangements for special needs. Many event facilitators are volunteers. • Plan ahead and register on time – this is the only way for facilitators to plan and prepare for the group. Be aware that some events may fill before the register by date. • Only bring those you registered for the event. • Be prepared! Check your confirmation for site address. Note that some GPS may not work in all areas. Refer to a map and bring directions with you. • Directions are posted on the Participate tab of gsofct.org. • Arrive on time. Remember to allow time for walking from the parking lot to the event site. Please respect and help the program facilitator as needed. Adults should take side conversations away from the activities. Looking for More? Find more events for Seniors and Ambassadors in the multi-level section starting on page 33. Interested in the Girl Scout Gold Award? See “Highest Awards”, page 30.

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GSOFCT Program Resource Guide 2015-16  

Girl Scouts of Connecticut's Program Resource Guide, listing programs for the 2015-2016 Girl Scout year!

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