2017 FALL Weekend
Join us at F.A.L.L 2017! Are you a GSEP adult volunteer? This is your chance to get away with other passionate adult Girl Scouts and learn something new! Fall Adult Learn and Lead 2017 will take you on a magical adventure with 50 workshops geared towards expanding your leadership skills! Come for the weekend – or just Saturday! Our theme this year is the Magic of Girl Scouting.
If you have any questions, concerns, allergies, mobility issues, or disabilities, please contact email@example.com
Workshops are filled on a first-come, first-served basis, so make sure you register early!
Plus - look “magical” in this year’s F.A.L.L. shirts! They’ll bring the enchantment to your Girl Scout wardrobe! Our v-neck short and crew neck long sleeve t-shirts will be dark heather gray with a large, full color event logo on the front. And our full-zip hooded sweatshirts will be a navy blue with a full color event logo on the back. Orders must be placed by Thursday, August 31st and are non-refundable. Don’t miss out – click here to purchase!
Adult Awards 2017
To access the 2017 Chart of Awards, click here.
Spring L.E.A.D. Meetings
Thank you for attending our Spring L.E.A.D. Meetings. We hope that you came away with the tools you need to support your Service Units. We are currently compiling and answering all of the questions submitted during the meeting. We will be sending a follow up email to all attendees once that is complete.
Here is the PowerPoint presentation from the L.E.A.D. Meetings. We invite you to share it with your Service Unit as you see fit.
Pot of Gold 2017- Thank You!
Thank you for making Pot of Gold 2017 a huge success! We would like to especially thank our Pot of Gold Committee, workshop presenters and staff for their support.
We hope that you had a great time and we look forward to seeing you at our next training event, F.A.L.L. Fall Adult Learn and Lead at Camp Laughing Waters on September 22-24, 2017.
2016 Fall Kickoff Carnival Follow-Up
The 2016 Kick Off Carnival was a huge success! Held on August 27, 2016 at the Valley Forge Service Center – we maxed out attendance and so far have heard great feedback from our volunteers!
If you missed the event but would like to check out the PowerPoint – click here.
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Little Ways to Say “Thank You”
Informal recognitions on the troop/group and individual levels are great ways to say “thank you” to volunteers today! These sincere expressions of appreciation can be powerful when given with a personal touch. Examples of meaningful, informal rewards include:
- A welcome or thank you card or letter
- Skill-building learning opportunities (For example, how to use social media to network)
- A recommendation for a promotion
- Sending the volunteer’s supervisor or CEO a letter recognizing her/his contributions
- Complimenting a volunteer’s work to a supervisor or co-worker (in the volunteer’s presence)
- Showing interest in a volunteer’s personal life (such as asking about a volunteer’s grandchild or weekend plans)
If you have any questions about how to thank your volunteers, please email us.