volunteer training

Once you have completed the Volunteer Application and background check, you will need to complete the training steps listed below. Our goal is to provide provide adult volunteers with the necessary training and resources to deliver excellent programming for our girls and ensure their safety and protection. We require Girl Scout Leaders to complete training within a reasonable time of their appointment. Your Service Unit Manager or GSH Membership and Program Services Manager will be available to respond to questions and provide further information.

1. Girl Scouting 101

This training was developed by GSUSA and is required for all NEW leaders and other members of the troop leadership team who will be working with girls. It is is a free series of videos that explain what Girl Scouts do and how girls become leaders through the program. This course focuses on the Girl Scout Leadership Experience and how to guide girls through a Journey.

View Girl Scouting 101 here.

2. Welcome to Girl Scouts of Hawai'i

An online council-led orientation that gives a comprehensive overview of the history of Girl Scouts of Hawai’i, volunteer expectations, the national Girl Scout Leadership Experience, safety and risk management, membership and registration, troop finances, and important dates.

View Welcome to Girl Scouts of Hawai’i here.

You can access Volunteer Essentials, referenced in the orientation, here

3. New Leader Training with Your Service Unit

Connect with your Service Unit Team and review the 2015-2016 New Leader Training Binder

4. Troop Leader Resources by Program Level

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Discover What Daisies Do

REQUIRED FOR DAISY LEADERS:

Before meeting with your Daisy Troop for the first time, find all of the resources you need online in the Quick Start Guide for Daisy Troop Leaders. We recommend that you bookmark the Quick Start Guide in your browser for later access.

Please confirm that you have reviewed the Quick Start Guide for Daisy Troop Leaders by completing this form.

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Discover What Brownies Do

REQUIRED FOR BROWNIE LEADERS:

Before meeting with your Brownie Troop for the first time, find all of the resources you need online in the Quick Start Guide for Brownie Troop Leaders. We recommend that you bookmark the Quick Start Guide in your browser for later access.

Please confirm that you have reviewed the Quick Start Guide for Brownie Troop Leaders by completing this form.

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Discover What Juniors Do

REQUIRED FOR JUNIOR LEADERS:

Before meeting with your Junior Troop for the first time, find all of the resources you need online in the Quick Start Guide for Junior Troop Leaders. We recommend that you bookmark the Quick Start Guide in your browser for later access.

Please confirm that you have reviewed the Quick Start Guide for Junior Troop Leaders by completing this form.

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Discover What Cadettes Do

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Discover What Seniors Do

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Discover What Ambassadors Do

5. Group Travel Home Study Manual

Because every girl deserves a chance to see the world, Girl Scouts offers many different trip/travel opportunities so girls can see new places, meet new people, and learn about different cultures and ideas. Whether exploring their own neighborhoods, going on overnight camping trips, participating in community service projects, or flying to one of the four world centers, Girl Scouts are continually expanding their horizons. To this end, the Council has developed the Girl Scout Group Travel Manual that provides all of the information needed to safely conduct a group trip away from the regular meeting time and place. What you will find in the Group Travel Manual is a compilation of the procedures and forms needed for Day Trips, Simple Overnight Trips (on-island), Extended Overnight Trips (inter-island, mainland), Studio 2B Destination Trips (individual girl and group), and International Trips.

Click here to download the Group Travel Home Study Manual PDF

Click here for the online Group Travel Training Test

6. Cookie Program Training

Information about volunteer training for the Girl Scouts Cookie Program can be found on our website throughout the year. The contact person for Cookie Program Training is Lila Frisbie.
 
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