Girl Scouts are invited to earn their My Promise, My Faith pin with Congregation Beth Evergreen on Girl Scout Shabbat! We’ll walk you through the five steps of My Promise, My Faith with relation to Judaism, but you don’t have to be Jewish to participate or even earn the pin. You’re invited to join us for dinner beforehand and at our concert-like musical Shabbat experience afterward, but neither are necessary to earn the award. All participants will receive a special Girl Scout Shabbat patch. We look forward to having you!
The event is on Friday, March 16, 2018 at 6:30 p.m.
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!
Juliette Gordon Low experienced her first flight eight years after the Wright brothers successfully flew the Wright Flyer I in 1903. The thrilling experience lead Juliette to introduce a Girl Scouts Aviation badge to the Girl Scouts Handbook.
Keeping with that tradition, on April 14, 2018, the Colorado 99s (an organization of all female pilots) is hosting Aviation Patch Day. This program is for Girl Scout Cadettes and Seniors interested in aviation-related activities. These include making and racing various paper airplanes, learning the language of aviation, understanding more about weather, hearing the history of aviation, and even sitting in the cockpit of an airplane.
Saturday, April 14, 2018
1 – 4 p.m.
Centennial Airport’s Denver Air Connection
13000 E. Control Tower Road
Englewood, CO 80112
The Pikes Peak Region of Girl Scouts of Colorado will host an open house at its office on Wednesday, February 21, 2018 from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. The office is located at 5353 N. Union Blvd., Suite 101 in Colorado Springs. Anyone is welcome to attend, and while an RSVP is not required, it is appreciated. Please call Debbie Swanson at 719-304-8322, or contact her at email@example.com, to give her your reservation.
The invitation to attend has been sent to community and business leaders in the area, along with donors, alumnae, and volunteers. Guests will sample Girl Scout Cookies and learn how to find cookie booths in their area, so they can purchase cookies. They will also see a demonstration of the online cookie ordering process for those guests who are acquainted with a Girl Scout with whom an order can be placed. Other snacks and beverages will be provided.
Guests will also hear about what the Girl Scouts will be doing in the Pikes Peak Region for 2018. This will include an Outreach Program to enroll girls who come from low-resource areas, the Gold Award, and some potential fundraisers. All are invited to come and learn more about the Girl Scouts of Colorado!
Microsoft invites all Girl Scouts to participate in a special entrepreneurship camp as they celebrate National Entrepreneurship Month at the Microsoft Store on Saturday, Feb. 24, 2018. This class is perfect for Cadettes interested in earning requirements towards their Entrepreneur Badge. Girl Scouts will walk through a series of engaging hands-on group activities to introduce key business concepts, including:
How to create a product or service
Marketing and promotion
Pricing and costs
Manufacturing and distribution
At the end, Girl Scouts will even have a chance to present their business plan and practice their pitching skills.
The event will be held at the Microsoft Store at Park Meadows Mall in Lone Tree from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. There’s no cost for the event, but girls must register to attend. Please register at aka.ms/GirlScoutCO. Space is limited, so registering early is recommended. Questions? Please contact Jessica Oeleis at Jessica.Oeleis@Microsoft.com.
The City and County of Denver has officially proclaimed March 11-17, 2018 as Girl Scout Week! A photo of the proclamation is above. Feel free to print a copy to share with your troop or display at your Girl Scout Week celebration.
Girl Scout Week is celebrated each March, starting with Girl Scout Sunday and ending with Girl Scout Sabbath on a Saturday, and it always includes Girl Scouts’ Birthday, March 12. Learn more about Girl Scout Week and other Girl Scout traditions on the GSUSA website: http://www.girlscouts.org/en/about-girl-scouts/traditions.html
Want your city, county, or community to issue a proclamation for Girl Scout Week? Contact your volunteer support specialist or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Are you saving for college, a car, or to take an awesome trip? Do you know what credit is or how to create a budget? Join us for Operation Hope’s Banking on our Future workshops for older Girl Scouts and gain valuable skills and tools for your financial future, also if you want to start earning money from your phone learn to trade on forex, visit learntotrade and get free foreign trading workshops. Operation Hope volunteers will lead sessions on budgeting, saving, planning for your financial future, and more! Girls will learn best ways to manage money and how to fund their dreams and goals.
Cadette Session – Wednesday, February 21, 2018 at 6 p.m. at Montbello Branch Library, 12955 Albrook Drive, Denver, CO 80239. Register by February 14 at goo.gl/kv12BA to attend.
Senior & Ambassador Session – Thursday, February 22 at 6 p.m. at Montbello Branch Library, 12955 Albrook Drive, Denver, CO 80239. Register by February 14 at goo.gl/SV5DWu to attend.
Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper and Chief Information Security Officer Deborah Blyth have joined with the SANS Institute to educate and inspire the next generation of female cybersecurity professionals. Through the GirlsGoCyberStart program, Colorado’s high school girls in grades 9 through 12, or a homeschool equivalent, are invited to discover their talents in cybersecurity and learn about the field through a no-cost, online game of fun technical challenges.
Participating students do not need to have information technology or cybersecurity knowledge or experience; all that is required is a computer and an internet connection. Girls may play alone or in teams of two to four.
Colorado girls will be participating alongside students from across the country. The girls or teams who solve the most problems within the designated time will have the opportunity to win computers and other “techy” prizes as well as a trip, along with a parent, to the 2018 Women in CyberSecurity Conference. Additionally, the winning girls’ schools will receive a cash prize.
Registration will begin on Jan. 29 and end Feb. 16, 2018. The first 10,000 young women in high school who have registered by then will play the game online from Feb. 20 through Feb. 25.
Answers to other questions, a description of the game, and a sample challenge may be found on the GirlsGoCyberStart website at girlsgocyberstart.com.
Giving thank you cards is a way to show people that they are remembered and appreciated. Girl Scouts of Colorado sends Brownie-made valentines to community friends and donors to thank them for their generous support.
• Make colorful cards! Decorate with fun materials, glitter, stickers, etc!
• Mark the back of each card with the Girl Scout’s name, grade, and troop number (no last names, please) .
• Each card should be no larger than 5” x 8”. No envelopes necessary.
• Send cards to 3801 E. Florida Suite 720 Denver, CO 80210 or drop off at your local office.