Adult Volunteer/Leader Meetings for 2014-2015

Volunteer meetings for 2014-2015 are now tentatively scheduled for either the first or second Monday of every month.  Please check the Girl Scouts Missoula Facebook page and return to this web site for updates.

Current Trainings

  • Troop Management – Oct. 236:00 to 9:00 pm – Missoula GS Office @ 1018 Burlington Ave. Missoula, MT 59801
  •  Joy in the Journey – Oct. 286:00 to 9:00 pm – Missoula GS office @ 1018 Burlington Ave. Missoula, MT 59801
  • Troop Management – Nov. 15,  9:00 am to 12:00 pm  – Missoula GS Office @ 1018 Burlington Ave. Missoula, MT 59801
  •  Joy in the Journey – Nov. 15, 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm  – Missoula GS office @ 1018 Burlington Ave. Missoula, MT 59801

JOY IN THE JOURNEY:   In this interactive workshop for adult volunteers, learn the benefits of the Girl Scout Journeys for both volunteers and girls. This training is designed to foster new friendships and provide tools for confidence in a leadership role. You will receive a coupon for a Journey Guide for Adults and Girl Book set of your choice when you complete the course.

TROOP MANAGEMENT:  In this training, you will learn how to utilize the Girl Scout Leadership Experience in everything you do with your troop. You will get basic information about managing your troop’s yearly calendar, bank account and pathway opportunities. After completing this training, you will receive a coupon redeemable for a volunteer pin representing the grade level you work with.

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A Girl Scout Leader is Someone Who…

Tries to listen to 10 little girls’ conversations all at the same time.
Wakes up in the middle of the night worrying about the girls who weren’t at the last meeting.
Calls 5 mothers about the one galosh that was left at the meeting place.
Finds that cookies, Kool-Aid, and kind words will help solve most any girl’s problems.
Attends hours of training and how-to sessions only to discover that the meaning of Girl Scouts is at the bottom of her own heart.
Remembers to bring insect repellant.
Says “Yes, I’ll do it!” when it should be “No, no, a thousand times no!”
Gets a warning ticket from the State Patrol with a station wagon full of very quiet girls.
Is a friend to the friendless and a foe only to big brothers who throw rocks.
Breathes deeply of the wonderful silence after they all go home but looks forward to the meeting next week.
Sings “Kookaburra” in the shower.
Knows that the secret of eternal youth is not at the cosmetic counter but in meeting with it every week.
Gives and gives and gives and gets: sticky kisses, shy hugs, sly winks, and not much later, wedding invitations and baby announcements.
A GIRL SCOUT LEADER IS SOMEONE WHO IS VERY SPECIAL

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