Program Aide Training
Required to be a Twilight Camp Caddie
Are you a Girl Scout Cadette, Senior or Ambassador interested in working with younger Girl Scouts?   A Program Aide is a girl who uses leadership skills to share her interests and experiences with younger girls in a troop, group or camp setting.  In this workshop, you'll work with other girls your age to prepare yourself to formerly lead younger girls.  This training is required to be a Caddie at Twilight Camp.
 
Beyond Camp - Youth Event Assistant
Most girls take Program Aide Training to be a Caddie at Twilight Camp.  Program Aide Training also qualifies you to be a Youth Event Assistant (YEA). 
YEA’s help our Girl Scout Council put on events all over the Twin Cities for Daisies, Brownies and Juniors.  They assist with events by helping with check-in, assisting with activities, and other tasks.  It’s a great way to work with younger girls outside of camp.  To learn more visit http://www.girlscoutsrv.org/girls-families/serving-the-community/youth-event-assistants.
 

Program Aide Training - Apr 10 2016
 
Who:  Girl Scouts in grades 6-11
What:  Training Workshop
When:  Apr 10 2016, 2-5pm
Where:  Lowry Nature Center, Carver Park
Why:  Required to be an Assistant Caddie at camp
RSVP: Register below by Monday April 3rd
Cost:  $10.00
 
Bring a fun attitude, your Girl Scout vest or sash, and weather-appropriate attire (we will go outside).  Lowry Nature Center is at 7025 Victoria Drive Victoria, MN 55386.  Map and Directions to the Nature Center are at http://binged.it/15c354y.
 
Earn the Program Aide Pin
 
  1. Complete Program Aide training.
  2. Earn one Leader In Action (LiA) Award by assisting a Brownie group on one of their Journey activities, or lead younger girls as a Caddie at Twilight Camp
  3. Work directly with younger girls as an Assistant Caddie  or in six activity sessions outside of camp.
(We will award this pin at camp.  Work with your troop leader to earn this award outside of Twilight Camp, if you are not a Caddie)
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Nick Stillings,
Feb 15, 2016, 8:19 PM