Scouting is wonderful activity for children, and the adults that take upon themselves the responsibility of leading a group of Girl Scouts should
get a lot of credit. But how do these adult volunteers become involved in Scouting for girls? It is not that hard. Without the benefit of school furniture of any kind, adults can go to the Girls Scouts website and follow the link to the page entitled “Adult Learning Opportunities.” Once there they will encounter several online sessions available for watching:
Girl Scouting 101: This is a one hour online session presents by the Girl Scouts of the USA which describes the main characteristics of Girls Scouting today. The description includes, “the Promise and Law, Girl Scout Mission and history, an introduction to the Girl Scout Leadership Experience, the Girl’s Guide to Girl Scouting and the Journeys program.”
Volunteering for Girl Scout Series and Events: This is a condensed version of Girl Scouting 101. In just 30 minutes adults will discover the essence of Girl Scouts.
Girl Scout Daisy Self-Study: this is a course for leaders of kindergarten and first grade girls.
Adults who would like to volunteer for a worthy cause can get involved in the adult education programs to become leaders in the Girls Scout of the USA movement.