The President’s Volunteer Service Award, a national recognition, is available for Girl Scouts to earn. Girls and adults may earn the award by doing varying levels of service hours. Each troop or each service unit may be a “certifying agency” and handle the process themselves. GSCP2P does not oversee or manage the award process.
At Girl Scouts, girls are always counting down to the next adventure they’ll go on together. Grab your friends and claim your spot for another year of fun! Re-register at least 80% of your troop membership (girls and adults) by June 16, 2014 and take advantage of these special offers!
These offers include, but are not limited to: 5% cash back rebates on council-sponsored events registered through E-Biz October 1, 2014 to March 30, 2015, a $10 rebate at any P2P council shop, discounted adult learning retreats and a customized, printed Early Bird Troop Certificate of Appreciation. Members will also qualify to purchase the council’s Early Bird patch from any P2P council shop.
In addition, each member/troop earning Early Bird status by registering before June 16 is eligible/qualified to PRE-REGISTER for the Camp-a-Palooza event scheduled for October 3-5, 2014.
But wait… there’s more! Any troop that re-registers 100% of its current troop membership (girls and adults) for the 2015 troop year by June 16, 2014 will be automatically entered in our EXCLUSIVE Early Bird drawing and will be eligible to win the following prizes (presented at your troop meeting by a member of the P2P Executive Team):
GRAND PRIZE – $250 VISA gift card
FIRST RUNNER UP – $100 VISA gift card
SECOND RUNNER UP – $50 P2P council shop gift certificate
Learn more at the links below:
For our girls and volunteers who need fillable PDF forms to use cookie dough, nut bucks or request financial assistance, please access the links below:
The Girl Scout Leadership Institute (GSLI) is a triennial conference that presents girls 14 and older with three days of leadership skill-building activities. Each GSLI is unique, and the 2014 GSLI is no exception. Girls who are 14 or older at the time of GSLI (by October 16, 2014) are eligible to attend the GSLI. The 2014 conference will take place in Salt Lake City, Utah.
This GSLI will focus on big issues about which girls across the country and around the globe are passionate. Girls will get the latest information on their chosen issues from experts in the field, work together on solutions, learn techniques for innovation, advocacy, and planning, and return home ready to make a specific impact in their communities and councils. The GSLI experience will give each girl the opportunity to make new friends, develop important skills, learn about new planning processes, and take advantage of a support system that will be there to meet her needs—all delivered in a fun, engaging way. Each girl will also create action plans that will provide her and her council with a significant and lasting return on investment. Learn more and submit your application.
As part of the 2013 recruitment season, Girl Scouts Carolinas Peaks to Piedmont has created a new girl component for fall membership that goes hand-in-hand with the “I Cant’ Wait To” national campaign.
Girls who have friends interested in becoming a Girl Scout will be able to introduce them to the fun through the Add-A-Friend patch program. Girl Scouts offers every girl the opportunity to discover her own greatness- and through this campaign, GSCP2P hopes to reach out to every girl who wants the Girl Scouting experience.
Girls who bring a friend to join will be eligible to purchase the Add-A-Friend patch and charms. Registration forms for the Add-A-Friend program can be found here.