Older Girl Programs
Cadettes, Seniors & Ambassadors
Program Aid Training
Saturday Jan 21 10:00 to 2:30 (Part 1)
Sunday Jan 22 10:00 to 4:00 (Part 2)
Morris School. McKinleyville
Girls must be in 7th grade or above to take this training.
This is also a first step to developing the skills you will need to become a counselor in training (CIT) at camps (like Camp Tall Trees) or a volunteer in training (VIT) working with other troops. Completion of this training allows you to work toward earning your Program Aide Pin. There is no cost for this training.
Call or email Cheryl 707-839-3714 email@example.com
Friday Feb 24 or Saturday 25
9:30 - 4:00
Dows Prairie Grange Cost $15
Learn about electricity and electronics. How does it work? What is a transistor? How does a LED work? What is a capacitor? This is a hands on program where you will get to build circuits, learn how to use a soldering iron and finally build a blinky robot circuit.
Designed for curious girls in 6th thru 8th grade.
Bring a packed lunch.
Global Overnight Congress
Saturday March 11 2:00pm thru
Sunday March 12 2:00pm
Dows Prairie Grange Cost $25
Designed for Cadettes, Seniors and Ambassador Girl Scouts, this year's Global Overnight Congress will focus on food and hunger. Participants will explore the way food is produced and distributed in the world.
Is hunger inevitable? What does it mean to have food security? How does malnutrition affect women and girls? What is the impact of war and civil unrest on food? Why are people hungry in developed countries? Where do I fit into all of this?
Each year the congress is a series of interesting and informative hands on activities which explore different global issues. Girls come away with a better understanding of the world today, as it really is, and how their decisions can have global impacts. Comments from girls who attended in previous years include “It was fun and interactive way of looking at the world,” “It changed my perspective,” “It put me in somebody else’s shoes”.
Participants will earn the 2017 Global Action Badge.
A Cadette Journey Weekend
Saturday, April 22 & Sunday April 23 10:00 - 5:00
Eureka Location to be announced. Cost $15
On this Journey, Cadettes explore the media they love, including movies, TV shows, and music, and how to reshape negative media messages into more positive ones. They might rewrite a rap song that has hurtful lyrics about women, create a blog that reviews how movies and TV shows depict girls in a negative way, or start a Twitter campaign responding to stereotypes they see in all forms of media. Girls can earn three awards that recognize what they’ve learned about negative stereotypes and how they made their voices heard by reshaping and responding to media.
Cadettes Grades 6 - 8
Sat & Sun May 6-7
Mad River Hospital.
Cost 5.00 per session
This is chance to hone your archery skills, a great opportunity to learn new skills or improve your shot. Open to all skill levels newcomers or advanced.
Sign up for one session each day or sign up for one day only.
Registration coming soon
Adult, Child & Infant CPR/AED with Standard First Aid
Sunday March 26 9:30 - 4:30
Dows Prairie Grange, McKinleyville
First Aid: Learn how to respond to common first aid emergencies, including burns; cuts; head, neck and back injuries and more.
CPR/AED Learn how to respond to cardiac and breathing emergencies in adults, children & infants including the use of automated external defibrillators (AED). Adult and infant/child CPR options available.
Successful completion of this course meets many of the requirements of the first aid badge for Cadettes and Seniors. You will receive red cross certification valid for two years.
Course open to Adult GS Volunteers and Girls aged 12+.
For information and to register email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 707-839-3714
During our resident camp, Camp Tall Trees, there are opportunities for girls entering grades 8 thru 12 to participate as Counselors In Training (CITs). For more information click here.