Tag Archives: Teens

Get teen-Edition for All Things Teen in the Girl Scout Council of the Nation’s Capital

gscncTeenEditionLogoWant more in-depth information about Teen programming for Cadettes, Seniors and Ambassadors in the Nation’s Capital? Teen Girl Scouts and their parents can keep up-to-date on events, contests, and opportunities to work on awards, badges & patches throughout the DC metro area. Sign up to receive the GSCNC teen-Edition, the weekly e-newsletter for all things Teen: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/teenedition. Check out the current issue now.

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March Magic Teen & Outdoor Blitz, Mar. 22-23

March Magic is a teen Girl Scout event open to Cadette, Senior, and Ambassador girls who want to learn more about teen awards and other things of interest to teens. Teens who register for two teen designated workshops will also be able to register for two adult outdoor training workshops.

Early Bird, $13

  • 2 nights (Friday & Saturday)
  • 4 meals (Saturday breakfast, lunch & dinner; Sunday breakfast)
  • 4 workshops
  • event patch
The Full Monty, $11

  • 1 night (Saturday)
  • 3 meals (Saturday lunch & dinner, Sunday breakfast)
  • 4 workshops
  • event patch
A Girl Scout Day, $9

  • 2 meals (Saturday lunch & dinner)
  • 4 workshops
  • event patch
What I Can Get, Free

  • includes what workshops fit into your schedule
  • limited number of event patches

(Patches can be purchased at event on a first come/first served basis)

Available teen workshops include:Gold Award Workshop
Silver Award Workshop
From Idea/Interest to Viable Project
Making High Adventure a Reality
Silver Trefoil Award Workshop
Leadership
Magic of Campfire
Campout/Cookout
Program Aid
Child Care
Sample of outdoor workshops:Gourmet Cooking on a Backpack Stove
Geocaching
Hike Camp
Nature Without Knowing Anything
Outdoor Games
Fun with Knots
Songs for a Campfire
Box Oven Cooking
Nature Crafts
Compass Games
and more!

Troop 3480 is planning to coordinate transportation from PGMA to the camp and back for the Early Bird and Full Monty options. Parents must provide transportation for the Girl Scout Day and What I Can Get options. Health forms and contact information must on file and up-to-date. For more info, contact your girl scout’s troop leader and download more info. Don’t delay: Girls Scout programs fill up quickly.

Email your choices for classes to Sis. Kesha: keshabdulm [at] gmail [dot] com

QUICK RECAP
What: March Magic
Who: Cadettes, Seniors & Ambassadors
When: Saturday & Sunday, March 22-23, 2014
Where: Camp Potomac Woods
13932 Potomac Woods Lane, Leesburg, VA 20176
Cost: $13 – $0

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On Your Own: Your Turn to Lead at Howard University School of Law

Your Turn to Lead logoThis conference is designed to inspire teen girls to recognize their own abilities, become active in their schools and in their communities. The leadership conference will include interesting activities, exciting workshops, and college preparation. Influential guest speakers such as Catherine Hogan, Public Affairs and Government Relations lobbyist for Verizon; Yvette Alexander, DC City Council; and Robert Sims, Vice President of Regulatory Affairs, Washington Gas.

What: Your Turn to Lead:Your Voice Matters
Who: Girl Scout teens
When: Saturday, June 15, 2013, 10AM – 7PM
Where: Howard University School of Law
2900 Van Ness St. NW
Washington, DC 20008
Cost: Early Bird Registration by May 31, 2013, pay just $10
General Registration: $15 after May 31 until June 7, 2013<
Cost includes registration, lunch, dinner and conference materials
Register Here:  https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/2013YTTLGirlRegistration 

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