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Planning a World Thinking Day event? GSCO wants to hear from you!

In preparation for 2019 World Thinking Day, the GSCO Global Action Committee wants to hear from you about the exciting plans you’ve been working on for this time-honored event. If you are planning a World Thinking Day celebration, please fill out the form linked below so the Global Action Committee can compile data and help you make your celebration the best it can be!

If you haven’t already, check out the blog about this year’s theme for World Thinking Day – Leadership! Even if your plans are already well on their way to completion, we encourage all service units and leaders to utilize the Activity Guide and Global Action Toolkit in planning their World Thinking Day events, all links are below.

World Thinking Day Event Notification:

https://gscolorado.formstack.com/forms/2019_global_action_committee_world_thinking_day_event_notification

2019 World Thinking Day Theme and Toolkits:

http://gscoblog.org/2018/11/2019-world-thinking-day-theme-and-toolkits/

Activity Guide for Girl Scout Daisies, Brownies, and Juniors:

https://www.girlscouts.org/content/dam/girlscouts-gsusa/forms-and-documents/For-Girls/think-global/GSUSA_World-Thinking-Day_18_Activities%20DBJ-B.pdf

Activity Guide for Girl Scout Cadettes, Seniors, and Ambassadors:

https://www.girlscouts.org/content/dam/girlscouts-gsusa/forms-and-documents/For-Girls/think-global/GSUSA_World-Thinking-Day_18_Activities%20CSA-B.pdf

Check out the Global Action Toolkit for more information on celebrating global action days throughout the year:

https://www.girlscoutsofcolorado.org/content/dam/girlscoutsofcolorado/documents/globalactiondaystoolkit_final_aug2018.pdf

Questions? Email gscoglobal@gmail.com

Meet the Global Action Committee: Heidi Mazur

Tower Bridge

How long have you been associated with Girl Scouts?

Since 1979

The Global Action Committee?

One year

What is your role on the Global Action Committee?

Not much

Why did you join the Global Action Committee?

I would love to help out because I have traveled so much, but not a lot of extra time I can commit.

What World Centers have you visited or participated in a session with?

Pax Lodge twice, Sangam, and Our Chalet.

What is your fondest memory or experience at this center?

Meeting other Girl Guides from different countries. Doing a service project.

What is one piece of advice you would give to girls wanting to learn about or become involved with Global Girl Scouting?

Just do it. Don’t dwell so much on the cost of the trip, you can’t put a price tag on the experience.

Want to be involved with the Global Action Committee? Email us at gscoglobal@gmail.com. 

Meet the Global Action Committee: Alisha Davis

The Global Action Committee works to incorporate the Global Girl Scouts ideals. Global Girl Scouts is a way to interact with girls and communities around the world through participation in cross-cultural learning opportunities. Whether traveling internationally or working on project in their local community with a worldwide impact, Girl Scouts are learning leadership skills while making the world a better place.

How long have you been associated with Girl Scouts? The Global Action Committee?

I have been a Girl Scout for 19 years.

How long have you been with the Global Action Committee? What is your role on the Global Action Committee?

I am a new member to the Global Action Committee and am just a regular member.

Why did you join the Global Action Committee?

I joined because I am passionate about travel and how it expands knowledge and teaches so much about ourselves and others. I also think it’s important to spread the word about how Girl Scouts can help achieve travel goals as well as have global impacts in making the world a better place.

What World Centers have you visited or participated in a session with?

I actually just returned from Sangam this summer and it was my first world center.

What is your fondest memory or experience at this center?

My fondest memory was going to a women’s shelter and singing “Make New Friends” to the ladies and children there.

What is one piece of advice you would give to girls wanting to learn about or become involved with Global Girl Scouting?

My advice is to not be scared of visiting new places and trying all the activities that come with that, it will only grow you as person.

Do you like these answers and think you’d say a similar thing? Want to be involved with the Global Action Committee? Email us at gscoglobal@gmail.com.