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  • Welcome!
  • Volunteer Essentials: describe Troop Module: describe
  • Volunteer Essentials: describe Troop Module: describe
  • GS Leadership philosophy – define each according to how girls view leadership. Stress discover is about self.
  • Continued Activate The 15 National Outcomes also help us to focus on Girl Scout processes by which activities need to be delivered. The processes is how the positive impact volunteers can have on girls is created and enhanced. Let’s take a look at some Girl Scout definitions of these processes and identify some critical words that help clarify what these processes mean? Debrief Participants share what they feel are the key points of the processes. Looking at this model now, how can we now define leadership for adults? Apply What do you need to do to practice these processes? How can you make outcomes an intentional goal? How will you help to fulfill the Girl Scout Mission Statement?

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  • 1. Welcome to Intro to GSSEM
  • 2. Check-in
  • 3. How do you want people to behave today?
  • 4. Before class
    • Written application
    • Appointment letter
    • Volunteer orientation
    • Flash Drive, Safety-Wise
    • Background check
  • 5. Fishing for info Resources Structure Safe Place Meetings Activities $$$
  • 6. Learning Objectives
    • Know how to find people and resources
    • to manage a Girl Scout troop
    • in Girl Scouts of Southeastern Michigan
    • so ALL interested girls
    • grow into leaders
    • in safe physical and emotional places
  • 7. VOLUNTEER ESSENTIALS 2009 TROOP MODULE (ADD-ON TO VOLUNTEER ESSENTIALS) 2009
  • 8. Fishing for info
  • 9. Fishing for info Leader’s Digest Blue Book Safety-Wise Updates
  • 10.
    • Program Opportunities
    • Adult Learning Opportunities
    VOLUNTEER ESSENTIALS 2009
  • 11. Organize
  • 12. Discover Connect Take Action
  • 13. P u r p o s e f u l L e a d e r s h i p T h r o u g h o u t FOCUS OF GIRL SCOUT ACTIVITIES Discover Connect Take Action GIRL SCOUT PROCESSES Girl Led Learning by Doing Cooperative Learning SHORT TERM AND INTERMEDIATE OUTCOMES The specific knowledge, skills, attitudes, behaviors, and values girls gain in Girl Scouting } } LONG TERM OUTCOME Girls lead with Courage, confidence, and character to make the world a better place.
  • 14.  
  • 15.  
  • 16. Troop Adults
    • Leader:
    • Girl Scout Online Orientation
    • Intro to GSSEM
    • Leadership Essentials
    • Co-Leader:
    • Girl Scout Online Orientation
  • 17. Troop Adults
    • Troop Committee
    • Parents Meeting
    • Registration
    • Health History
  • 18. Service Units
    • Service unit manager
    • Registrar
    • Troop Organizer
    • Treasurer
    • Product manager
  • 19. Staff
    • Membership specialist
    • Outdoor education directors
    • Program
    • Retail
  • 20. GSUSA Leader's Digest Blue Book
    • Council Headquarters:
      • Detroit Fisher Building, Wayne County
    • Service Centers:
      • Clinton Township, Macomb County
      • Detroit Fisher Building, Wayne County
      • Flint Township, Genesee County
      • Port Huron, St. Clair County
      • White Lake Township, Oakland County
    • Conference Center:
      • Clinton Township, Macomb County
  • 21. GSUSA Leader's Digest Blue Book
  • 22. Creating safe places
    • Resources
    • Safety-Wise
    • Volunteer Essentials
    • Troop Module
    • GSSEM Policies
  • 23.   Oct. 31: Juliette Low’s birthday Feb. 22: Thinking Day March 12: Girl Scout birthday Sept-Nov: Fall product sale June 30: Financial Reports Due
  • 24.
    • Startup
    • Checkin
    • Business
    • Activities
    • Cleanup
    • Closing
    Troop Meetings
  • 25. Girl-led Meetings
    • Daisy or Brownie Circle
    • Patrols
    • Executive Board
    • Town Hall
  • 26.
    • Forms
    • Training
    • Skill
    • People
    What to do
  • 27. Universal planning General check points Specifics for activity
  • 28.
  • 29.
  • 30. Give It Away
  • 31.
    • Become Girl Scout
    • Follow Girl Scout policies, procedures
    • Follow Health and safety guidelines
    • Participate in Girl Scout leader training
    • Manage troop or group requirements
    But ….
  • 32.
    • Become Girl Scout
    • Follow Girl Scout policies, procedures
    • Follow Health and safety guidelines
    • Participate in Girl Scout leader training
    • Manage troop or group requirements
    But ….
  • 33.  
  • 34. Troop budget
    • Registration
    • Dues
    • Cookies
    • Fall product
    • Event/activity
    • Other
  • 35. What’s next?
    • Leadership Essentials
    • Meet
    • With girls
    • With adults
    • With service unit
  • 36. Friendship Circle
  • 37. “ We must accept the fact that transport and communication will bring the world in close relations and the youth of the world should have standards and ideals in common.” Juliette Gordon Low