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  • Program Aide Core Training - Thousand Oaks ​Council designed leadership course training is required to complete the Program Aide Award.  Learn... (more)
  • Program Aide Core Training - Thousand Oaks
    Step Two of the Program Aide Award

    Grades 6-8Grades 9-10Grades 11-12

    Saturday, May 30 - Saturday, May 30, 8:45 AM - 3:00 PM
    Location: CLU,Thousand Oaks
    Fee: Girl Fee: $15.00, Adult Fee: $0.00 but must register- space limited
    Included in Fee: Program, training materials
    Registration Ends: 5/27/2015 12:00 AM
    Description:

    Council designed leadership course training is required to complete the Program Aide Award. 

    Learn valuable skills about being a mentor and sharing your skills, passions and experience with younger Girl Scouts!  Program Aides have the unique opportunity to serve as champions for the Girl Scout Leadership Experience.

    All girls 6th grade and above, are invited to attend Program Aide training on their way to completing the steps of the Program Aide Award. Program Aide Core Training (PACT) involves learning to work with children and adapting activities for special needs and situations. 

    All that and you get the very exclusive GS Swag Bag filled with treasures and ideas to keep any group of youngsters occupied!

     Information about the Program Aide Award can be found

    on page 30 of the Cadette Guide to Girl Scouting.


     

    Questions please contact: jllewellyn@girlscoutsccc.org

     ​

    How To Register:
    Invited: Troops, Individual Girl Members 6th grade and above with Adult Chaperone
    Additional Information:

    PACT Trainnig Program Event Flyer:  

    Girls need to bring:

    • Brown bag lunch and water bottle.
    • Notebook and pen.
    • Girls need to dress appropriately for games.
    • Wear closed toe shoes.
    The Program Aide Award consists of Three Steps:
    • Step One: Earn one of the three LIA, Leader in Action awards by assisting a Brownie Troop on any of their Nat'l Leadership Journeys.
    • Step Two: Complete Council designed PA Core Training.
    • Step Three: Work directly with younger girls over six activity sessions; such as additional Journey activities, day camp, or special council events.
     
    Additional information about the Award can be found on page 30 of the Cadette level Girls Guide to Girl Scouting. Girls will learn all about these steps at the Program Aide Core Training.

    Questions: Contact programs@girlscoutsccc.org with your question and contact information.  

     

    Troop leader or adult chaperone is required to have all traveling forms with them for each Girl Scout participant, (Annual Permission Form, Health History, Permission for Medication, Permission to Release). If you need these forms they can be downloaded from our website: GSCCC Forms.

    All drivers should be registered Girl Scout Members, have completed a volunteer application and background check, have a valid CA driver’s license and hold current vehicle insurance.


     


    Girl Maximum: 50
    Adult Maximum: 25
    Financial Assistance: available
    Attendee Restriction: no drop offs, no tag alongs, no petsView All Calendar Events
  • First Aid Badge Workshop: EVENT CANCELLED ​​Join fellow Girl Scouts to learn the skills needed to help in an emergency and to perform basic Fi... (more)
  • First Aid Badge Workshop: EVENT CANCELLED
    Avila Beach

    K-1Grades 2-3Grades 4-5Grades 6-8

    Saturday, May 30 - Saturday, May 30, 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM
    Location: Avila Beach Community Center, Avila Beach, CA
    Fee: Girl Fee: $15.00, Adult Fee: $0.00 but please register
    Included in Fee: Program, Brownie and Junior Badge, Daisy Pin, First Aid Kit
    Registration Ends: 5/11/2015 12:00 AM
    Description:

    ​Join fellow Girl Scouts to learn the skills needed to help in an emergency and to perform basic First Aid skills!

     

    Brownie and Junior Girls Scouts will complete the requirements of the First Aid Legacy Badge through handson activities, including First Aid CCC’s (Check, Call, Care) basic First Aid and outdoor safety skills. Daisies will earn the First Aid Safety Award Pin.

    A personal First Aid kit will be assembled to take home and Emergency First Responders will speak with all the girls.

     
    The Girls will be divided into groups and rotate through stations where they will experience interactive learning of the badge and safety pin requirements. First Responders will be in attendance to discuss 911 calls, responding to an emergency situation, and Q&A.
     
     

    **DAISY WORKSHOP IS FROM 3:00PM—5:00PM

    Brownie Workshop is from 2:00- 5:00 PM

    Cadette PA's needed and will earn most of thier First Aid Badge!

    No charge to PA's - please contact jllewellyn@girlscoutsccc.org


     

    How To Register:

    Register via eBiz: First Aid Badge Workshop

     


    Invited: Troops, Individual Girl Members with Adult Chaperone
    Additional Information:

    FIRST AID BADGE WORKSHOP - AVILA - ​EVENT FLYER

    Troop leader or adult chaperone is required to have all traveling

     forms for each participating girl. (Annual Permission Form, Health History,

    Permission for Medication, Permission to Release).

    Forms can be

    downloaded from the website: GSCCC Forms. For more safety information

    please review the event specific Safety Activity Checkpoint before

    any trip.

    All drivers should be registered Girl Scout Members, have completed

    a volunteer application and background check, have a valid CA driver’s

    license and hold current vehicle insurance.


    Girl Maximum: 100
    Adult Maximum: 30
    Financial Assistance: available
    Attendee Restriction: no drop offs, no tag alongs, no petsView All Calendar Events
  • Girl Scouts Surf Day - Capitola Hey Girl Scouts, Surf's up!! Always wanted to learn to surf, or already know how and want to ... (more)
  • Girl Scouts Surf Day - Capitola

    Grades 4-5Grades 6-8Grades 9-10Grades 11-12

    Saturday, June 06 - Saturday, June 06, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    Location: Capitola
    Fee: Girls: $35.00
    Included in Fee: Program, wetsuit/equipment and patch
    Registration Ends: 6/1/2015 9:00 PM
    Description:

    Hey Girl Scouts, Surf's up!!

    Always wanted to learn to surf, or already know how and want to improve while having fun with sister Girl Scouts? Join the fun and learn to surf at Girl Scout Surf Day. This event is hosted and led by lifeguard certified instructors with The Wahine Project!

    Girls will be divided into groups by age and will participate in a variety of fun activities including beginning surf instruction, beach ecology and social responsibility activities.

    All necessary equipment will be provided including wetsuits and soft top boards

    How To Register:

    Register via eBiz: Girl Scouts Surf Day - Capitola

    Wahine Project Waiver is mandatory and must be completed and brought to the event with parent signature.  Wahine Project Waiver

    No tagalongs. No pets. 
     

    This is not a drop off event.


    Invited: Troops, Individual Girls, Adult Chaperones
    Additional Information:

    Girl Scouts Surf Day - Capitola Event Flier

    *Please Note: Surfing is considered a high risk activity. A Wahine Project waiver form as well as a GSCCC high risk activity form will be attached to the confirmation email. Girls will not be allowed to participate without the GSCCC high risk activity form and the Wahine Project waiver signed and brought to the event. Download forms here: GSCCC High Risk Activity Form.

    Event subject to cancellation if poor weather and surf conditions arise (based on Wahine Project recommendation)
     
    Bring a water bottle, snack, beach towel, change of clothes, light sweatshirt and any needed sun protection including sunscreen, hat or long sleeved clothing.
     
    Troop leader or adult chaperone is required to carry all traveling forms for each participating girl. (Annual Permission Form, Health History, Permission for Medication, Permission to Release). Forms can be downloaded from the council website: GSCCC Forms
     
    All drivers should be registered Girl Scout Members, have completed a volunteer application and background check, have a valid CA driver’s license and hold current vehicle insurance.

     


    Girl Maximum: 30
    Adult Maximum: 0
    Financial Assistance: Available
    Attendee Restriction: No tagalongs. No pets. This is not a drop off event. View All Calendar Events
  • First Aid & CPR Certification ​First Aid & CPR are the cornerstone of safety for any Girl Scout activity.  Before holding meet... (more)
  • First Aid & CPR Certification
    Goebel Center Thousand Oaks

    Grades 9-10Grades 11-12Adults

    Saturday, June 06 - Saturday, June 06, 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
    Location: Southern Region
    Fee: $55.00 per participant
    Included in Fee: First Aid / CPR Certification
    Registration Ends: 6/1/2015 12:00 AM
    Description:

    First Aid & CPR are the cornerstone of safety for any Girl Scout activity.  Before holding meetings, going on a field trip, or going camping with Girl Scouts, troops are required to have a current First Aid & CPR Certified adult present.

     
    Seniors and Ambassadors: As a Program Aide, Babysitter, Life Guard, and many other employment opportunities, First Aid & CPR Certification shows that a girl is serious about the well being of others.

     

    Training is led by Glenda Mahon of Action Preparedness Training.  Glenda holds certifications as an Emergency Response Instructor, BLS Instructor and Regional Faculty, and an Emergency Medical Technician.  Participants will receive Certification Cards upon completion.
    How To Register:

    ​Register via eBiz: First Aid & CPR Certification


    Invited: Troops, Individual Girl Members 7th grade and above with Adult Chaperone
    Additional Information:
    Event Flyer:  First Aid CPR Certification Flyer​

    INFORMATION: Troop leader or adult chaperone is required to carry all forms for each participating girl. (Annual Permission Form, Health History, Permission for Medication, Permission to Release).  Froms can be downloaded from the  website: GSCCC Forms. For more safety information please review the event specific Safety Activity Checkpoint before any trip. All drivers must have valid driver’s licenses, and current vehicle insurance.

     

    ​Note: Lunch is not provided please bring a sack lunch and refillable water bottle.

     ​

    Girl Maximum: 25
    Adult Maximum: 35
    Financial Assistance: available
    Attendee Restriction: No children. No pets.View All Calendar Events
  • Dive DEEP with Melissa Baffa ​Girl Scouts staff member Melissa Baffa will be on the adventure of a lifetime! Broadcasting LIVE fr... (more)
  • Dive DEEP with Melissa Baffa
    Participate in a LIVE interaction from aboard the E/V Nautilus

    K-1Grades 2-3Grades 4-5Grades 6-8Grades 9-10Grades 11-12Adults

    Saturday, June 13 - Saturday, June 13, 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
    Location: Arnaz Program Center
    Fee: Girl Fee: $7.00 Adult Fee: $0.00 but must register (no patch included)
    Included in Fee: Program, patch for girl participants
    Registration Ends: 6/8/2015 11:55 PM
    Description:

    Girl Scouts staff member Melissa Baffa will be on the adventure of a lifetime! Broadcasting LIVE from aboard the Exploration Vessel Nautilus near the Galapagos Islands, Melissa will share her experiences aboard the ship, including the exciting discoveries   happening every day!

    Girls will have a chance to:
    ·   Participate in a live interaction from aboard the E/V Nautilus.
    ·   Participate in a fun ocean-related arts and crafts.
    ·  Learn about the creatures found in the ocean realm—past and present—with an expert and real touchable specimens
    ·  Earn a one-of-a-kind fun patch.
     
    Optional Bonus Activity: Bring a picnic lunch and a blanket or sit-upon and enjoy a picnic at beautiful Camp Arnaz after the program, and before you head home!
     
    How To Register:

    ​Register online via eBiz: Dive DEEP with Melissa Baffa


    Invited: Troops, Individual Girl Members, and Adult Chaperones
    Additional Information:

    ​Click here for the Dive DEEP with Melissa Baffa event flyer

    Troop leader or adult chaperone is required to have all traveling forms for each participating girl. (Annual Permission Form, Health History, Permission for Medication, Permission to Release). Forms can be downloaded from the council website: GSCCC Forms.  (Please review the specific event requirements in Safety Activity Checkpoints before taking any trip.) All drivers must have valid driver’s licenses and current vehicle insurance.
     
     

     


    Girl Maximum: 80
    Adult Maximum: 75
    Financial Assistance: Available
    Attendee Restriction: No pets.View All Calendar Events
 

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