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    5/6/17 My senior project internship was interning at the Girl Scout Shop of Nassau County in Hicksville at 325 Duffy Ave. I enjoyed helping parents get what materials they need to start Girl Scouts and find the patches required to complete their uniform. When a customer come in we would ask if they need help or ask what they are looking for. Girls come in for a uniform, we size it for the girls and tell the parents what they need to put on the uniform patches they need to start girl scouts and the American Flag,…

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    Examples Of Heroes Today

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    When it came to identifying the problem, all of them incorporated their own as well as the experiences of others that they witnessed. Lucas Benitez, who is a tomato picker from Florida, had enough courage to stand up to his unruly boss to do what was right. Lucas’s boss, tried to punch him when he refused to unload a truck. The author who wrote about Lucas’s story, Sun Sentinel, describes the way Lucas and his coworkers were treated. “They were often treated brutally, were sometimes kept in…

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    life. One of the most rewarding things I am involved in is Girl Scouts, not only for twelve years, but as a lifelong commitment. It has played an integral role in shaping me into the person I am today. It has improved my confidence, leadership skills, and public speaking while giving me the opportunity to work with highly motivated peers to give back to our community. It’s been a valuable way to connect with others, who are just as passionate about helping the girls of today develop into young…

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    of the girls felt that the way we run our meetings should be different because we have been doing them the same way since we were in Kindergarten, and we wanted to try something new to keep it interesting and exciting so girls will want to stay in our troop. At one of our meetings, our troop leader made up a survey about what we would like to change or keep the same about how we run our meetings. At the end of this chapter you can find the survey we used, so you can have an example for your…

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    Tye River Elementary School is located in Nelson County, Virginia. It is a public elementary school serving children from the grades of preschool through fifth grade. It is conveniently located off of route 29, but it is also placed far enough away from the road that it does not pose as a distraction or threat to the children attending the school. Both the inside and outside architecture is eye pleasing, giving the sense of friendliness to visitors. Overall Tye River Elementary school has…

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    CEI, to better support our girl and adult members. CEI will streamline the process to register for Girl Scouting and, ultimately, for programs, trainings and events, and will provide resources for troop management. The three phases of our CEI implementation taking place over the next year are: 1) membership registration, 2) Volunteer Toolkit, and 3) program registration. 1. What is CEI? CEI, which stands for Customer Engagement Initiative, is the umbrella term for a set of online tools…

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    Why is It Beneficial to Provide Portable Sink Stations on Girl Scout Trips? Becoming a girl scout can help to prepare a young girl to become a well-rounded and functional adult. While girl scouts participate in a number of different activities, such as selling their famous cookies, one of the most celebrated functions are the periodic camping trips in which they spend several nights out in an open and natural environment. Although very little consideration is given to hygiene when discussing…

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    There isn’t one word, phrase or term that can define folklore, but one group that mirrors what a definition of folklore could look like is the adult Girl Scout “troop” that meets weekly in Bowling Green Kentucky. The group is made up of 12 members who were former Girl Scouts but paid their membership fee to become lifelong Girl Scout Members. I had the pleasure of interviewing the woman who created the group and has kept it going for several years. Her name is Elizabeth Brown and she was in Girl…

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    Girl Scouts College Essay

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    Girl Scouts has been an important part of my life since I can remember. Girl Scouts helped me to learn to be practical, independent, strong, and most importantly, a leader. Put simply, Girl Scouts has molded me into the extremely driven person I am today. So you can imagine the shock and dismay I felt when my troop disbanded earlier this year. Though we were all members of the highest level of Girl Scouts as a girl could be, I thought the troop would remain intact until I went to college. I…

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    Girl Scouts Research Paper

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    Girl scouts When i was about 8, i'd been forced to join the girl scouts against my many misgivings to have something to do for the summer. I'm not much of a people person and i don’t like working in groups especially because i felt that the older girls were mean and the girls my age or younger were annoying. But i stayed for two years and it wasn't all bad on occasion we’d have fun and i didn't have to try too hard with cookies sales because my mother and grandma always took it upon themselves…

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