(Grades 11 – 12)
As the end of high school gets closer and closer, the world for Girl Scout Ambassadors gets bigger and bigger! Young women are shown a world of opportunities in Girl Scouting through travel, service, events and activities that are designed to instill in you confidence and leadership as you enter adulthood. As busy as life can get for girls your age, there is still a space for Girl Scouts. Be a part of a group or participate in occasional events and clubs on your own. What you do is up to you!
- Rockin’ the Basics
Ready to take your climbing experience outdoors? Come find out if you know the basics of climbing, belaying, knots, and the value of Leave No Trace, before taking your expertise outside! This program is designed as the prerequisite for the Rock On! Outdoor Climb Program (Saturday, July 27) at Devil’s Lake State Park.
- Outdoor Survival
Get ready for your summer outdoor overnights by learning outdoor survival skills. What gear should you pack? How do you find your way? Where can you find shelter? What is safe to eat? Take a hike into the prairie to learn these skills.
- Wetland Wonders
Hidden among the prairie plants is the wet land of wetlands. Discover the plants and animals that depend on the wetlands. See how pollution can be cleaned up with the help of the wetlands. Plan on getting a bit wet and dirty as we go in for a close look.
- Troop Trek—Program Aides
Do you enjoy assisting younger troops in the out-of-doors? Program Aides are an essential part of the Troop Trek Program. Arrive on Friday night to prepare the activity areas for the troops arriving the next day. Stay the rest of the weekend and help the troops complete these fairy-tale-inspired activities.
- Camp—Six Days, Five Camps
Spend the week visiting all 5 GSNI camps! Start at Camp McCormick, take a hike at Chapman Hills, enjoy the rappelling tower at Far Horizons. Work as a team on the low-ropes course at Mary Anne Beebe Center, canoe and kayak in the Camp Dean pond. Then head back to Camp McCormick and geocache in the community!
- Camp—Counselor-in-Training (CIT)
Interested in learning what it takes to work at camp? Participants of the Counselor-in-Training program will have the opportunity to explore the art of working with younger campers as they learn the responsibilities of camp staff and participate in Girl’s Weekend at Camp Dean.
- Camp—On Belay!
Welcome to adventure! Join in the excitement as you start your week off with team building and crate stacking, then bring your leadership skills to the next level as you challenge yourself and your team on the climbing walls of Vertical Endeavors!
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