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Girl Scouts at Home

Welcome to our new virtual space where Girl Scouts,  along with their parents / caregivers, can find resources to bring their Girl Scout experience home. This space will be updated on a weekly basis with badge/patch opportunities, activities for all ages and resources for our volunteers and families.

Virtual programs, live activities with our program managers and more can be found on our Facebook page! We’re posting new programs on a regular basis, so make sure to keep updated on opportunities to connect virtually with us and other Girl Scout families.

Below, we have activity sheets, badge and patch guidelines you can easily do at home along with resources from our community partners:

All Ages
Daisy (Grades K - 1)
Brownie (Grades 2 - 3)
Junior (Grades 4 - 5)
Cadette (Grades 6 -8)
Senior (Grades 9 - 10)
Ambassador (Grades 11 - 12)
Volunteers
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Virtual Trainings

Troop/Service Unit Finance Report Training occurs several times. Please register for the date and time that works best for you:

https://attendee.gototraining.com/rt/4561424426912501249

This course is required within the first 6 months of becoming an account signer for a troop or service unit bank account. During this live, online course, information will be provided to accurately complete the troop and service unit finance reports. This course is optional for anyone who is not a signer but wishes to learn more about how to manage troop and service unit accounts. To register use the link above for all classes. Choose the date that works best for you.

Dates: 

Wed. 4/22/20 6:00 PM

Sat. 4/25/20 8:30 PM

Fri. 5/1/20 Noon

Tues. 5/12/20 6:00 PM

Sat. 5/16/20 8:30 AM

Volunteer Toolkit Series

Tuesday, March 31

 4 PM

#1: 30 minute live facilitated overview of all the exciting content available on the Volunteer Toolkit.

https://attendee.gototraining.com/r/7755205561246481666

5 PM

#2: Live 30 min. facilitated overview of how to use the basic functions and screens of the VTK. Examples: upload a troop picture, use the emails, set up a calendar year, add activities, and more.

https://attendee.gototraining.com/r/5076029975891241730

6 PM

#3: Live 30 min. facilitated overview. During this course we will use information found in the VTK to keep your troop engaged and working on badges.

https://attendee.gototraining.com/r/9004189197748907522

Wednesday, April 1

9 AM

Facilitating Virtual Meetings

Join us for this 30 minute live facilitated course. We will share ideas how to keep meetings fresh, fun and engaging during this time apart.

https://attendee.gototraining.com/r/284466054183077890

10 AM

Take a Girl Scout Journey

We know you want to make a difference in the world—and have fun doing it. You'll be able to do just that when you go on a Girl Scout Journey. In this 30 min. live facilitated class you’ll find out the basics about why to work with your girls on a Journey, how to get it done!

https://attendee.gototraining.com/r/2754931242842259202

11 AM

Random Acts of Kindness

Being kind is a powerful thing! How can you and your troop practice random acts of kindness to your fellow Americans during the quarantine while continuing to stay safe at home!

https://attendee.gototraining.com/r/6881165285420905217

Community Resources

Is your troop looking for program opportunities to help empower your girls to explore their interests and acquire new knowledge and skills? Our community program partners provide quality programs that align with the Girl Scout mission and values. Check out some of their virtual offerings below:

Service Projects
OhioHealth - Hand-sewn Masks
  • Hand-sewn fabric masks are being put to good use at OhioHealth! They have started providing hand-sewn masks to patients in their outpatient oncology locations.  Even with donations they have currently received, they are in need of more hand-sewn masks so that the can provide them to additional patients with compromised immune systems if they don't bring masks of their own. 
  • They will accept all designs, as long as you use 70/30 cotton blend, or cotton fabric.  Mask ties should be made with fabric or elastic (no ribbons, please).
  • Find more information on locations and accepted donations here