Girl Scout Cookies for Girl Scout Volunteers
The Girl Scout Cookie® Program is a key part to the Girl Scouting experience. Much more than a way to raise money, the Girl Scout Cookie® Program is a hands-on, leadership and entrepreneurial opportunity which teaches girls five skills needed in both life and business-- goal setting, decision making, money management, business ethics, and peoples skills. These are skills that last far beyond the Cookie Season.
Coming in the Fall is a new Volunteer Blog from Little Brownie Bakers blog.littlebrownie.com. The new Little Brownie digital program contains action-packed learning games, fun craft ideas, timely selling tips and more!
To make it easier to keep track of Booth sales and allocate boxes to participating girls, try using the Little Brownie Booth Sale Recorder app. It ties directly to eBudde, so once you input the information with the app, it will automatically appear in eBudde. Need to make changes, no problem. You can make adjustments manually in eBudde.
Cookie Training for New Cookie Volunteers
For the 2014 Girl Scout Cookie Season, Girl Scouts of Nassau County (GSNC) is offering two new types of training workshops for New Girl Scout Volunteers:
This is a great NEW opportunity for Leaders and Troop Cookie Managers to learn the ins and outs of the Cookie Program.We'll cover everything that you need to know to make the Cookie Program fun and rewarding for everyone in the Troop.The cost is $5.00 per person. We’ll supply light refreshments and a take home tool-kit.
DATES: Wednesday, December 11, 2013 10:00am – 11:30am
PLACE: GSNC Service Center, 110 Ring Road West, Garden City, NY 11530
Cookie Training for Returning Cookie Volunteers
Cookie Manager Trainings for 2014
Cookie Manager trainings are taking place in November and December. You will be invited by your Association Chair to a training in your community. If you have no Association Chair, Troop Cookie Managers that have training questions can contact Sonia Oxford or Fran McAllister.
VIP e-Training Lessons for Troop Cookie Managers
If you missed your Association training or just need a refresher, take the VIP eTraining from Little Brownie and GSNC. To gain access, use the same login information that you use for the eBudde system. Need help logging onto eBudde, contact your Association Chair or Sonia Oxford or Fran McAllister.
More training videos from Little Brownie Bakers
The latest information from the Girl Scout Research Institute shows that girls want financial literacy skills to help them achieve their dreams. For more details on the study, click here.
Follow the link for a list of all the Girl Scout Financial Literacy Programs for all levels.
We want to hear what your Troop has done with the funds you've earned through the Girl Scout Cookie Program. Send your stories and pictures to Fran McAllister!
To understand how the Cookie club works, why not watch the VIP e-training video under the Technology section.
Girls can send out emails through the Cookie Club asking customers for Cookie "Promises". Actual orders must be confirmed, delivered and payment arranged by the girl and her family.
Check back for updated information on the 2014 Cookie Club.
One More Box flyer (support a girl's goals)
Click here for 7 different signs that girls can hold at a Booth Sale or Walkabout.
- You See Cookies: We See Girls Learning to Set Goals
- When I set Goals, I Learn to Make Decisions
- The Girl Scout Cookie Program® Teaches Girls Money Management
- When you talk to me about Cookies, I’m practicing People Skills!
- Ask Me about our Samples: It will help me learn my job!
- The Girl Scout Cookie Program® Is Based on Sound Business Ethics
- Money Management is More than Making Change: I’m learning to change the world!