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From the very beginning, Girl Scouts has been about developing girls' leadership. Now we're doing it better than ever with national, outcomes-based program activities that are designed to guide girls along a life-long path to… lead with courage when they speak out on issues they care about and take active roles in their communities; lead with confidence when they make the most of their strengths and feel empowered to make a difference in their lives and beyond; lead with character when they act with integrity and compassion, making decisions that promote the well-being of themselves and others; …as they continue to make the world a better place.

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  • The Volunteer Message Board is a place to share ideas, ask a question, link to a troop across the council, invite girls to a service unit event, or share the great work your girls have been doing! It's up to you.
  • Are you looking for details on all of the badges that Girl Scouts can earn?  Click here to visit GSUSA’s Badge Explorer!
  • To borrow or rent equipment, complete the Loanable Resources Form.
  • Click here for a list of Certificates of Insurance (CoI) currently on file with GSCWM.  If a Girl Scout Troop or group is planning a High Risk Activity, check the list to be certain that a (CoI) is on file, and that the date of your trip is prior to the expiration date of the CoI.

    If the organization is not on the list, you will need to get a CoI from the organization and forward it with your Activity and Travel Form to: activityandtravel@gscwm.org.

 

Hand in Hand

Join us for our February "Hand in Hand" regional meetings with other volunteers.  Hand in Hand meetings are a way that GSCWM can keep you in the loop on new initiatives that impact you (we've got a big one to talk about!) an offer the opportunity to network with other volunteers. All volunteers are welcome.

February 2015 Agenda:

5:30 pm Light refreshments and Hot-on-the-Spot Topics*
6:00 pm New Customer Engagement Initiative (what is it, why we're doing it, and hot it's a game-changer for Girl Scouts)
7:00 pm Hot-on-Spot discussions and networking
7:45 pm Head for cozy slippers and fuzzy socks at home

* Hot-on-the-Spot Topics is a way to identify & choose what YOU want to talk about.

You can attend any of the sessions listed below:

  • Wednesday, February 4: GSCWM Worcester Service Center
  • Thursday, February 5: GSCWM Holyoke Service Center
  • Monday, February 9: Greenfield Community College, Main Building (has a whale bone on it), Room C208, 1 College Drive, Greenfield
  • Thursday, February 19: Fidelity Bank, 9 Leominster Connector, Leominster
  • Tuesday, February 24: First Baptist Church, 88 South St., Pittsfield

Please RSVP by 5:00 pm the day before your meeting to Suzy Croteau (scroteau@gscwm.org).  RSVPs help us use precious resources wisely.  If the weather is uncooperative, call 800-462-9100 for an update before coming.

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