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Some teens are eager to take the lead; others need encouragement and time to realize how to maximize their leadership style. These learning opportunities provide a wonderful foundation for expanding girls’ knowledge, skills and confidence.
 
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Event 6-8
Program Aide (PA) Leadership Course
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Category: Teen Leadership and Responsibility Development
Are you interested in learning what it takes to be a leader and work with younger Girl Scouts? Spend half a day discovering what it takes to be a leader, better communicator, and all-around role model in both the troop and camp setting. You’ll find out how awesome it is to be a PA while gaining the skills needed to lead a group of Girl Scout Daisies or Brownies. Note: Prior to attending this leadership course, you must complete one Leader in Action (LiA) Award and submit the Leader in Action Award Form. Additional courses are setup on an as-needed basis. Please contact Kristie Oliver at koliver@gssc-mm.org to request a session.
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4/19/2014 9:00 am - 12:30 pm
Aiken Unitarian Universalist Church 115 Gregg Ave Aiken ,SC
Registration Ends 3 weeks prior to session
Cost $5.00 girl | $0.00 adult
Minimum/Maximum Girl Attendance 10/25
Contact: Kristie Oliver   864-208-2713   koliver@gssc-mm.org

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