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Discoveree 2014 was a huge success! Plan on attending Discoveree 2015!
Want to see what you missed?:
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Here’s what last year’s participants had to say:
- “Discoveree helped me grow as a leader… to become better and more skilled.”
- “This was my first Discoveree and I enjoyed myself immensely. I learned so much!”
- “I learned some new crafts that I can’t wait to share with my troop.”
- “The journeys make sense to me now.”
- “I’ve been coming for years! I wouldn’t miss it!”
- “So much fun and I learned some new things, too!”
We invite girls in grades 7-12 to help out at our event. This is a great opportunity to earn some service hours, while interacting with adults and other Girl Scouts. At this day-long event, Discoveree Assistants are called upon to help Workshop Leaders get their training equipment to and from their classrooms, assist in some workshops and run errands for adult volunteers and staff.
Check for our Discoveree Assistant Application for Discoveree 2015 later.
If you have any questions, you may contact Elizabeth Cox, Discoveree Assistant Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Girl Scout Ambassador troops/groups in grades 11-12 may enter a lottery to be chosen to sell snacks and beverages as a money-earning project for their troop. Click here for the Concession Application form and additional information.