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New Volunteer Support and Troop Finances.
This webinar will discuss the basics of leading a troop including troop banking and finances, getting parental involvement and the importance of the service unit. We will build upon the required new leader trainings (Welcome Meeting, Girl Scouting 101, Volunteer Essentials and Journeys Made Easy).
Trip and Travel Safety.
Traveling with Girl Scouts is a long-standing tradition that remains one of the most meaningful activities your troop can experience. Discover the resources and guidelines available to keep your girls safe as they progress from meetings and local trips to adventures far away!
Do you know of a fabulous volunteer that deserves to be celebrated and recognized? This webinar will focus on ways to recognize volunteers in a meaningful way, awards volunteers can earn and how to successfully nominate volunteers for awards. We will also discuss the history and tradition of Leader's Day (April 22nd) as well as ideas on celebrating Volunteer Appreciation Week.
What to Expect at Volunteer Celebration and Conference.
Have you ever heard of the Spirit Stick or the formally known event, Leading the Way? If not, this webinar is for you! We will be discussing the tradition of volunteers from all over the council coming together, to get prepared and excited for the upcoming membership year. We will discuss trainings being offered at the event, presentations available and of course the history of the Spirit Stick Award. We will also highlight the evening Volunteer Celebration, where we will recognize volunteers earning council awards and celebrate all Girl Scout Volunteers.