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Registration opens May 27!
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Here's a sneak peek of the great workshops in store for you:
Nature Crafts — Harold Gordon
Teaching children about nature is fun and exciting, but many adults are intimidated by a personal lack of scientific knowledge. Teaching about nature through crafts provides a hands-on opportunity to expose children to nature and science concepts in a fun way. With a little bit of preparation and the right materials, anyone can provide children with a positive introduction to the natural around them. In this session, you will make and take up to six available nature crafts.
Engineering Excitement with Girl Scouts and Role Models — Megan Davis
GSGLA has engineering programs-in-a-box with everything you need to excite girls about STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math). These activity kits were created by Techbridge, an Oakland-based after-school organization that works with almost 20 Girl Scout councils across the country. Attend this session to get hands-on training with the kits and practical tips to connect role models with your troop. Engineering isn't scary—it's exciting! You will love it, and so will the girls.
Are You Wearing the Perfect Colors... for Somebody Else? — Jill Kirsh
Empower yourself with the knowledge on how to look your absolute best every day. See demonstrations on the impact of color in your wardrobe and makeup, and leave with a new and exciting viewpoint on how to look totally put-together from tees and trousers to party dresses and stilettos.
Bringing Service Cookie Unit Kick-offs to Life — Product Sales Team and Panelists
Help more girls participate in the nation's most successful financial literacy program by hosting a fun, dynamic Girl Scout cookie kick-off. Get ideas for effective hands-on activities—including sales pitch practices—so that your cookie kick-off helps girls sell more cookies with confidence.
Yoga For Everybody... and Every Body! — Denise R. Be Cotte
Learn basic yoga postures that can be done almost anywhere and at an ytime during your busy day. These postures can help to stretch muscles, bring bones and joints into alignment, and help reduce stress. You will also learn breathing techniques that can bring you into a state of emotional balance.
Media Darlings: How to Get Your Troop's Stories in the News — Kenya Yarbrough
Helping the council share your stories not only celebrates the achievements of your Girl Scouts, it also helps promote Girl Scouting in the community. Find out how to understand media and what makes a good story, as well as how to pitch that story, write a basic press release, prep girls (and yourselves) to do an interview, and more. The council is here to support your voices.
Squash Photo Books — Liisa Froggatt
Create a squash photo book using photos, cardboard, patterned paper, and cardstock. A squash photo book is a simple, uniqe scrapbook that unfolds to display a story. Make one at this workshop so that you can teach the girls in your troop how to create them.
Easy Breezy Patrol Systems: Girl-Led Troops = Happy Leaders! — Andrea Egan
Discuss how to implement patrols in the troop setting for Brownie Girl Scouts and older. When girls have ownership of their troop and activities, they are more likely to stay involved, so this system also encourages girls to participate for years to come.