If you are a role model in your community then Girl Scouts of North-Central Alabama is interested in you serving on a local Girl Scout Gold Award Advisory Committee. The role of the Girl Scout Gold Advisory Award Committee is to support Girl Scout Seniors and Ambassadors as they go through the process of earning their Girl Scout Gold Award. Committee members review project proposals to ensure that girls’ projects meet the national guidelines and makes recommendations for project development and resources. If a girl’s project has not yet achieved its goals, the committee provides suggestions and tips to help her develop a high quality Gold Award project. The Girl Scout Gold Award represents the highest achievement in Girl Scouting; it recognizes girls in grades 9 through 12 who demonstrate extraordinary leadership through sustainable and measurable Take Action projects. http://girlscoutsnca.org/programs/girl-awards/gold-award/In order to serve as a Gold Award Advisory Committee Member you must: 1. Be a registered Girl Scout member. 2. Attend a Gold Award Advisory Committee Training 3. Be able to offer an unbiased opinion of proposed projects 4. Keep all records, committee findings and project ideas confidential 5. Not personally know the person whose project is being reviewed 6. Attend 6 meetings a year Committee volunteers do not have to have a background in Girl Scouts but it does help. Join the Girl Scout Gold Award Advisory Committee today!
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Requirements & Commitment
- Background Check
- Orientation or Training
- Once a month, usually from 5:45-7:00