DISCOVER, CONNECT and TAKE ACTION as a Cadette Program Aide (PA). Program Aide training is for those girls who enjoy working with younger girls. The Cadette PA will learn to plan activities in which she can teach, lead discussions, or plan activities with younger Girl Scouts using the GSLE processes of girl led, cooperative learning and learning by doing. The course includes planning and presenting individual projects as part of the learning experience. This is a special training program that will make it possible for you to work directly with a troop, group, or day camp unit of younger Girl Scouts under the supervision of an adult leader or staff member. Girls attend a PA Core Training and then are eligible to attend specialization modules. To become a Program Aide:
• Be a registered Cadette Girl Scout.
• Girls must have earned one LiA award prior to the Core Training.
• Attend, fully participate, and complete the Core Training.
After you work directly with younger girls over six activity sessions, you are eligible to purchase the Cadette Program Aide pin.
Who: Cadette Girl Scouts who have earned one LiA award prior to the training. Girls must be in grades 6-8.
Fee: $20.00 A non-refundable deposit of $10.00 is due upon registration. You may request up to $10.00 of Cookie Credit or Financial Assistance for this activity.
Prerequisites: Cadettes must earn one LiA award prior to attending this training. Email KDavisRobb@gseok.org by 02/28/14 with the following information: Name of LiA earned, Leader’s Name and Troop Number of the troop with which you worked, and a short overview of the activities you lead.
Volunteer Coordinators: Robin Cnossen, Deborah Kaufman, and Kathy Perry.
Adults Needed: At least three adults will be needed to help with this activity. Please email KDavisRobb@gseok.org to volunteer.
Additional Information: Girls will need to bring a sack lunch and drink.
Staff Contact: Kathryn Davis-Robb, KDavisRobb@gseok.org, 918-745-5217 or 800-707-9914 ext. 217.
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