More opportunities for teens are available through council at the Teen Edition.
Interested in other Activities and Events just for Teens go to the FROG (Frederick Older Girls) website for more information.
Are you working toward your Gold Award? Have you already earned your Gold Award? If so, we'd love to have you join us for one of our Dine-Arounds this season.
What's a Dine-Around? Dine-Arounds are informal dinners, brunches, teas or other events that are hosted by Women's Advisory Board members at their homes or businesses. They are a unique chance to gain insight from successful women and will prove to be an amazing networking session.
The most up to date Dine-Around information can be found at http://www.gscnc.org/dine_arounds.html and is available in the weekly e-edition and TEEN edition.
Questions? Contact Carrie Banachowski at email@example.com or (202) 534-3782.
Girl Scout Teams of four (Juniors and up) work together to answer questions about the stores located in the outlet. Teams with the most correct answers are awarded prizes.
As a Girl Scout Senior, you’re on the go—home, school, clubs, activities. Wherever you are, you never know when you’ll find yourself in the middle of an emergency. Would you know what to do? In this badge, find out how to differentiate between minor and major injuries, provide emergency treatment in some life-threatening situations, and share important information about injuries and illnesses.
When I’ve earned this badge, I’ll know how to give first aid for life threatening injuries and illnesses.
Cadette who would like to attend should have completed the Cadette First Aid Badge. This Workshop will include information on emergency care for alchol poisoning and drug overdose. For more info email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Have you earned the Senior Adventure Camper, Adventurer and First Aid Badge?
Want to complete the Take Action Project to complete the Senior Outdoor Journey?
Come to camp and work with Daisy Girl Scouts on their Daisy Outdoor Art, Buddy Cmper, and Take Action Project for the Daisy Outdoor Journey. Or, Brownie Girl Scouts on the Cabin Camper and Eco Friend Badge and a Take Action Project. You’ll provide the activities and outdoor fun for the younger girls.
Price includes supplies and materials for Daisy activities, snack , Breakfast Saturday and Pizza Lunch on Saturday.
Scouts can sign-up on their own or with their troop. Adults who are GSCNC First Aid or Camp Trained adults are welcome to stay at the overnight. Other adults please email me before signing up to chaperon. Questions, email email@example.com for more information.
Girl Scouts are always on the lookout for ways to help others and make a difference. But, how do you go from identifying social problem to developing a great solution? This badge will show you how! And, with the skills of a social innovator in your pocket, you’ll be able to create Take Action projects for your Leadership Journeys or you Gold Award that are useful, informed, and truly do change the world.
1. Explore the big picture
2. Make connections
3. Build empathy for people affected by your issue
4. Develop a solution from a specific point of view
5. Practice pitching ideas and getting feedback
When I’ve earned this badge, I’ll how to think like a social innovator.
Pre-requisites: Girls need to bring a cellphone for internet research
Questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Need to complete a Journey?
Want to work with a group of girls with the same goals?
The Gold Award Boot Camp is for you. This program is designed to assist girls with earning a Journey and completing a comprehensive Gold Award Workshop including: brainstorming ideas, understanding the Gold Award process, understanding the scope of a Gold Award Project and providing you with the tools you need to complete your proposal.
Girls will need to make a commitment to attend five meetings and a overnight. We’ll make them the commitment that they will complete all the requirements for a Journey, explain the Gold Award Process, and work with them on their project ideas and proposal writing* to meet the Gold Award standard.
The boot camp cost is $90.00. It includes the Journey Book, Journey Take Action Project, Journey Award, Overnight, Gold Award Workshop, all materials and Notebook with Handouts. Sign-Up and payment due December 30, 2018.
Boot Camp scheduled Meetings are January 13, 2019, February 10, 2019, March 10, 2019 and April 14, 2019 from 3:00—5:00 PM at Brook Hill UMC in Frederick, MD. Overnight for the Take Action Project is scheduled for March 15-16, 2019, but is subject to camp availability at Potomac or Brighton Woods if there is no space at camp date may change. Minimum to hold Gold Award Boot Camp is 12 maximum is 24. Questions, email email@example.com for more information.
Come with us to the Greek Isles and get away from the winter blues at our Lock-In. Teen Girls in 6th-12th grade can participate in activities with a Greek flair. We'll dine on a Greek dinner of gyros and Greek salad. After dinner take participate in several activities of your choice including a nail bar, hair bar, game room, and Mythology activity.
You can also choose one of these activities making and "evil eye" bracelet (beads with leather cord), a silver Greek Key necklace, or pottery painting. We'll also have a cooking class where we'll make a Greek dessert for all those at the event (limit 20 girls for this activity). Later in the evening we'll have movies overnight including: Mama Mia, My Big Fat Greek Wedding, Percy Jackson, etc. For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We’re often told that we live in the age of information. It’s true we’re surrounded by data – from TV, the Internet, and from our friends. But, not all information is created equal. Some is leading, and some is downright wrong. It’s important to know how to uncover the truth in what we see and hear, to judge sources on credibility, accuracy, reasonableness, and support for their claims. In this badge, you’ll find out how to separate fact from fiction.
1. Evaluate your sources
2. Investigate what the experts say
3. Be a wise consumer
4. Find truth in your everyday life
5. Become a citizen journalist
Prerequisite: Find one News Story that is of interest to you, follow the story on two news sources (I.e. Fox News, America One Network, CNN, MSNBC) two online sources (Social Media, Website, Blog) and two print news sources. Make notes of how the coverage differs and bring to Workshop.
When I’ve earned this badge, I’ll be able to figure out what is true in the media, online, and what I hear in my daily life.
When you’ve earned these three badges, you’ll know how robots are built and programed, how to design and build your own model robot and how to share what you have created with others.
More and more, robots and robotic technology are popping up around our homes, our communities, and the workplace. And when you understand how robots work, you'll be better prepared to make the most of them!
Find out what you can do with robotics right now and how you can get more involved in the future. Maybe you’ll be part of the next big robotics revolution!
Badge Workshop will cover all requirements for Badge 1—Programming Robots, Badge 2-Designing Robots and Badge 3—Showcasing Robots. Girls will participate with a team of five girls to design, program, build and showcasing their robot.
Performance is a powerful way to make an impact on an audience—and a perfect way to put your leadership into action. Its also a fun way to sharpen your communication skills, and grow relationships and networks. Get out there and show your stuff!
1. Pick your performance style
2. Find and develop material
4. Launch your performance
5. Put on your show
When I’ve earned this badge, I’ll know how to organize a team of people and put together a performance.
Pre-requisites: Each girl needs to propose 3 TV shows to watch for this badge workshop by April 15, on the 15th we’ll pick 3 shows from the following categories: Comedy, Family, Drama. You will need to use the attached form to critique each show and bring to workshop.
Paddling takes a mix of knowledge and skills, and a dash of daring. It also delivers one of the most unforgettable experiences you’ll ever have on water. In this badge, there are three paddling activities to choose from: canoeing, kayaking, and stand up paddleboard (SUP). Pick one and jump in!
1. Explore the tree paddling sports
2. Learn paddling safety
3. Practice paddling techniques
4. Go on a short paddling adventure
5. Take your paddling skills to the next level
Purpose: When I’ve earned this badge, I’ll have paddling skills and know how to be safe – and have fun – on the water.
We will be kayaking on this adventure. Calleva is a GSCNC approved vendor.
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Girl Scout Council of the Nation's Capital
Martinsburg Girl Scout Office and Shop
153 McMillan Court
Martinsburg, West Virginia
Phone: (304) 263 - 8833 or (888) 263 - 8834
Germantown Girl Scout Shop
20201 Century Blvd. Suite 100
Germantown, Maryland 20874
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4301 Connecticut Ave NW
Washington DC, 20008
Phone: 202 237-1670
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