Have you always wanted to be a mentor to younger girls? Do you want
to be a role model and inspiration--and to have a lasting impact in a
girl's life? Girl Scout Cadettes have exciting opportunities to share
their skills, passions, and experience with younger Girl Scouts! As a
Program Aide, you'll develop your leadership skills, learn age level
communication techniques, and tips for planning and leading activities
for younger girls.
To become a Program Aide:
1. Earn a LiA (Leader in Action)
2. Complete the Program Aide Training. The
training includes leadership training and learning to work with
children. To find upcoming tranings, check out Activities calendar, or
contact Amber Carson at email@example.com to arrange a training.
3. Work directly with younger Girl Scouts over six activity
sessions to complete 25 internship hours. How this happens for each
girl may vary. This can be assisting girls on Journey activites (in
addition to what you have already done for your LiA), badge activites,
troop meetings, or other activites. You can also help out at day
Join the Program Aide Network and GSWPA
will contact you when Program Aide opportunities are available.