Short and Snappy Express Train

Station 1: Mentoring Awards

Guiding others or teaching something you know makes you a mentor. Cadettes, Seniors, and Ambassadors have many opportunities to help younger Girl Scouts by sharing their skills, passions, and experience. Program Aide, Counselor-In-Training and Volunteer-In-Training Girl Scouts can assist with day camp activities, Service Unit events, Troop meetings, Council programs and much more.

Station 2: Safety Wise

GSUSA has streamlined Safety-Wise’s 35 Program Standards into a list of twelve steps to Girl Scout Safety.

Station 3: The new T.E.A. Form – Trip and High-Risk Activity Application

The Trip and High-Risk Activity Application is required for many activities including camping, overnight activities, Day trips outside of Council jurisdiction, etc.

Station 4: Bridging

Bridging is an important transition in a Girl Scout’s life. It’s a defining moment when a girl becomes aware of her achievements and is ready for new adventures and responsibilities. Celebrating this change should be fun, personalized, and memorable for everyone involved.

Station 5: Camping

There’s no time like the present to plan a camping trip they’ll never forget.

Station 6: Troop Financials 101

Each year Troops/groups are required to submit an Annual Troop/Service Unit Financial Report accompanied by copies of all receipts and corresponding bank statements.

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