You are already a leader, but you want MORE! Girl Scouts Delegate Advisory Council is your next step!
“Girls will get so many opportunities to practice their leadership skills while also meeting with speakers on all kinds of topics they choose”-– Brynn Albert, Head of Girl Scout Delegate Advisory Council
Gain invaluable skills for your future. Find real world experience. Plan a large-scale event. Meet meaningful female mentors. Find friends with similar ambitions and goals. Be on the inside of Girl Scouts of Ohio’s Heartland’s Council. You’ll gain all of this and MORE when you join the Girl Scout Delegate Advisory Council.
I’m Brynn, the manager of this council. I lead the Girl Scouts of Ohio’s Heartland’s Council in meetings and initiatives, and I ensure that each and every Girl Scout gains experience in a topic they are specifically interested in. I take pride in considering every girl and what she wants to accomplish in a year.
What is the Girl Scout Advisory Council?
The council is made for girls who are ambitious, looking to get involved and gain real world experiences. You will also be able to make solid friendships with other Girl Scouts who enjoy being involved!
“The Girl Scout Delegate Advisory Council is a group that is ideal for Girl Scouts who are invested in their council and in learning new things. Girls will get so many opportunities to practice their leadership skills while also meeting with speakers on all kinds of topics they choose, from college applications to mental health, even fiber arts! It’s a whole year of fun and a unique opportunity!”– Brynn Albert, Head of Girl Scout Delegate Advisory Council
The Girl Scout Advisory Council is a council designed for YOU! During your involvement with our council, you’ll gain real world experiences, learn how to plan a large-scale event, get hands-on experience with topics of your choice, plus connect with powerful female mentors in our community!
What can I expect as a member?
As a member of the Girl Scout Advisory Council, you can expect exclusive access to unique experiences and opportunities. These experiences will lift you up and help you build your resume while gaining career insights, making friends, and collecting skills.
Let’s look at an example from the council:
“I am incredibly grateful for the relationships and experiences that I made through the Girl Scout Delegate Advisory Council.” – Andrea Nadolny
Andrea Nadolny, past member of the Girl Scout Advisory Council, earned her Gold Award with her mental health and suicide prevention materials. Andrea was nominated as an Everyday Hero for the Columbus Dispatch, and has shared her mental health resources with countless community members.
“Through this experience, I was able to connect with a group of strong, dedicated girls who I am still friends with today! I would strongly encourage any girl looking to join a team of inspirational young women to apply for the Girl Scout Delegate Advisory Council!”Andrea Nadolny, Girl Scout of Ohio’s Heartland
See Andrea’s Gold Award project here: https://andreasgold.weebly.com/
Are you ready to gain new experiences, make a difference in our council, meet strong mentors, and collect new skills? Your time is NOW! Girls 14+, if you will be in school until at least Spring of 2024, we want YOU!
Girl Experience Specialist