Blog: The More the Merrier: Tips on Leading a Larger Troop
17 Apr 2018 | 6:33 pm
Theres nothing like the sounds of a gaggle of Girl Scouts as they work together on a badge, venture out on a field trip, or sing Make New Friends. IReadon!The More the Merrier: Tips on Leading a Larger Troop
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Blog: MetLife and GSUSA Financially Empower Girls Through Days of Service
17 Apr 2018 | 4:40 pm
This Financial Literacy Month, we were thrilled to team up with MetLife Foundation and MetLifes Womens Business Network (WBN) to host an action-packed Day of Service (DOS) event at Girl Scouts of the USAs (GSUSAs) headquarters in New York City.Volunteers of MetLifes WBN engage Girl Scouts in a series of financial literacy activities.This is the third year weve partnered with MetLife Foundation and MetLifes WBN to host a series of hands-on, transformative financial workshops. Thanks to the collaboration, 40 lucky girls ages 1114 learned about budgeting, credit scores, bank loans, credit cards, and interest rates from more from 40 real-life...
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17 Apr 2018 | 2:56 pm
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Blog: Anecdotes at Eagle Courts of Honor, Part 2
17 Apr 2018 | 2:29 pm
Recently I posted ideas for developing anecdotes to share at Eagle courts of honor. As I said in that post, effective anecdotes can help you create a compelling, 3-D portrait of your honoree, showing that hes more than a sum of badges earned and service projects completed.
The ideas in that post are useful if youre the one telling the anecdote. But what if youre the ceremony planner or master of ceremonies? Besides sharing that post with people you invite (or grudgingly allow!) to speak, what else can you do?
The first thing to do is lay down clear ground rules. Dont...