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Girl Scout University 2018

Submitted by Rachel Pierstorff

Metro Denver


Girl Scout University is back! Sponsored by the Alpha Phi Omega chapter at the University of Denver on April 14, 2018 starting at 8:30 a.m., Girl Scout University provides your girls the opportunity to come learn and earn two badges in one fun-filled day! We have a multitude of badge offerings for Cadettes, Juniors, and Brownies who can pick one badge for the morning session, and another for the afternoon, for $12 for the full day.

New this year: adult training! Parents and guardians no longer need wait around for their girls, but can now learn something for themselves! Tiffany Stone will be leading the FREE adult workshops. Songs & Games will be offered in the morning, and a Volunteer Round Table will take place in the afternoon.

Registration will be open until March 10 at 11:59 p.m. There is a registration limit for each badge, so sign up early and with your troop if you all want to complete the same badges!

Registration here: https://girl-scout-university-2018-du.cheddarup.com

For questions, please contact gsu@apo-alphaetaiota.org.


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Girl Scout University at DU

Submitted by Christina Bartholomew, cbarth8432@gmail.com

Metro Denver


Girl Scout University is a day-long event on Saturday, April 15, 2017 from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. on the University of Denver campus to help Girl Scouts earn badges. Alpha Phi Omega (a national service fraternity) at DU will teaching two 2-hour sessions offering the following badges:

Cadettes: First-Aid, Budgeting, Finding Common Ground, Comic Artists, and Netiquette

Juniors: First-Aid, Drawing, Digital Photographer, Jewelry, Entertainment Technology, and Scribe

Brownies: First-Aid, Dancer, My Best Self, Home Scientist, Making Games, and Inventor

Girl Scouts can choose one badge to work on in the morning session and another badge in the afternoon session.

Cost: $10/Girl Scout for both morning and afternoon sessions

$5/Girl Scout for one session (morning or afternoon)

Registration: Please contact cbarth8432@gmail.com to sign-up. Registration deadline is April 8, 2017.

Girl Scouts staying for both sessions should bring a sack lunch and water bottle.

All instruction will be provided by volunteers. Girl Scout volunteers and parents will be needed to maintain safety ratios. A space will be available for parents to hang out during the event if needed.

Questions? Email Christina Bartholomew at cbarth8432@gmail.com.

Girl Scout University


Submitted by Payton Buhler

Northern & Northeastern CO


At CU Boulder, we have traditionally hosted GSU, Girl Scout University. Come and join us, we have a maximum of 200 girls. Come hang out. It’ll be lots of fun. It is a day to be on campus and you can earn two badges while you’re at it. You’ll come in the morning and earn the first badge. Then, you’re served lunch on campus, and spend the rest of your day earning your second badge.

It will be hosted on April 22, 2017 and it is $35. To register please click here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/6HGMJHY

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Girl Scout University: Badge workshop

Submitted by Christina Bartholomew

Metro Denver


Saturday April 15, 2017 is Girl Scout University, a day-long badge workshop on the University of Denver campus. Alpha Phi Omega (a national service fraternity) at DU is so excited to be presenting this event and hope you can join us.

We will be teaching a variety of Cadette, Junior, and Brownie badges this year including first aid, finding common ground, drawing, my best self, and many more. Each Girl Scout will have the opportunity to earn two badges throughout the day for only $10. The price includes instruction, all materials needed to complete the badge, and the physical badge itself!

More details, including a full list of badge offerings, coming soon on the GSCO activity listings page.

We hope to see you there!


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