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5 Reasons to become a Girl Guide/Girl Scout


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5 reasons why every girl and young women should become a Girl Guide / Girl Scout

5 reasons why every girl and young women should become a Girl Guide / Girl Scout

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  • 1. 5 Reasons to become a Girl Guide / Girl Scout
  • 2. 1. Activities that promote education all around! All activities of Girl Guides/Girl Scouts promote education, be it camping, service projects or a patrol activity. The “learning by doing” method complements formal education methods. It is value-based, full of fun and encourages innovation. No wonder the effects last longer!
  • 3. 2. Learn to be a leader and a follower The Patrol, with the “Patrol Leader” and “Patrol Second” , is a group of about six girls. The main Girl Guide/Girl Scout activities are carried out within this group. This encourages team work with progressive leadership. Girls get a chance to learn, have fun and be themselves within this setup.
  • 4. 3. Traditions that have stood strong for a century The Promise, Law, Trefoil, Motto of “Be Prepared”, World Song, Taps, Knots, the Good Turn, Reflections and many others are all part of the tradition that have been enjoyed by about 250 million girls and young women for over a century. They have been passed on and are still carried on by more than 10 million members.
  • 5. 4. Be Part of a Global Family With 10 million members in 145 countries, each member has a sister and a home in every part of the world! With 4 World Centres in Switzerland, Mexico, UK and India, a holiday is never hard to plan. The “family” meets once every three years at the World Conference.
  • 6. 5. A Chance to be an Advocate Let your voice be heard about issues that affect girls and young women. The World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts (WAGGGS) actively takes a stand on many issues that affect its members and encourages its members to be the “Voice of Girls and Young Women”. WE CARE!!!
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