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Girls earn special patch and charms!

We are very excited to share an opportunity with you and your girls! Your girls can participate in an Add-A-Friend Campaign this year to build their own special patch with charms and spread Girl Scouting to others!

Learn more on how to participate in the Add-A-Friend campaign.

 

 

Register for Trainfest 2014!

Adult volunteers still have time to register for Trainfest 2014! Learn more. The registration deadline is September 22.

P2P offers new program – Taken Charge

Part of the Virtual Pathway is an exciting new program called Taken Charge™.

Taken Charge™ is a browser based video game that teaches the National Education Technology Standards. Taken Charge™ teaches students the fundamentals that span all technology topics by equipping students, increasing confidence and preparing students for advanced topics such as coding and robotics. Taken Charge™ provides the building blocks of a quality technology education to students of any age but is ideal for grades fifth to twelfth.

During 14-18 Hours of learning; 49 Unique levels, and earning 36 digital badges, our girls will be able to learn about: PC Parts, Operating System and File Skills, Internet Skills, Networking Skills, Social Network Safety, Cyberbullying and Problem Solving.

Please fill out this Taken Charge Interest form for account information.

This will be on a first come first serve basis for serving 2,000 girls with at least a 4th grade reading level. Questions? Contact Valerie Wooten.

T-Shirt Tuesday

Each Tuesday in September, the P2P Shops will feature a T-shirt at 25% off regular price. One Day Only! (While supplies last. In-stock merchandise only.)

 

Girl Scout Troop 2574 creates blog

Girl Scout Troop 2574 has completed a Take Action project for their aMaze Journey. They have created a blog page to provide advice for other girls on handling relationship issues.

Girl Scouts can e-mail their questions to the troop and read the response on the blog.

GSUSA looking for #cookieboss Girl Scouts!

We want to lift up stories of your amazing #cookieboss(es), what they are learning, earning and how they are investing their cookie proceeds to change the world!

This is how it works:
Who: Rock star Girl Scouts from your council who have great cookie stories
Why: GSUSA will highlight these stories in national press surrounding National Girl Scout Cookie Weekend 2015
When: by September 1
What: An overview of each girl should be submitted including her name, age/level, location, registered for 2015 cookie season, number of years as a Girl Scout, details about her cookie sales and what makes her story so amazing. Name
Where: Send submissions to Stewart Goodbody.

Remember, GSUSA needs the stories by September 1.