Girl Scouts San Diego’s Girl Advisory Board (GAB) is a girl-led group designed to enhance teen leadership in order to make changes in our community, inside and outside of Girl Scouts, by working with our executive team. GAB members educate one another on diverse topics in order to implement change and become selfless leaders. They create presentations, workshops, and lesson plans on relevant topics and, most importantly, chat with Girl Scouts leadership about their experiences as teenagers in today’s society.
GAB members make at least a one-year commitment to the group, including:
- Serving as a spokeswoman to the Cadette-Ambassador community
- Attending monthly meetings with the group
- Jumpstarting campaigns to raise awareness about what’s happening in Girl Scouting as well as the wider community for girls and women
- Participating in occasional opportunities in addition to scheduled meetings
Girls who participate in GAB are Seniors and Ambassadors with their fingers on the pulse of today’s teen community, who are passionate about raising their voices and taking action to address key issues for girls. These young ladies exude courage, confidence and character and are eager to work with our executive team and each other to make their world a better place.
Applications go live each fall.
Questions: Steph Dawes, (619) 610-0792