Community Partners and Member Programming
At Girl Scouts–North Carolina Coastal Pines our community partners are businesses, organizations, and content experts who provide unique opportunities, activities, and events for our members that align with the Girl Scout Leadership Experience. Whether your organization excels at STEM, the Outdoors, Life Skills, Entrepreneurship, the Arts, Community Service, or Athletics, we know we can count on you to bring the Girl Scout program to life for our troops and girls.
Centennial of Suffrage
2020 will mark the 100th anniversary of the passage of the nineteenth Amendment which gave women the right to vote in the United States. Community opportunities that promote civic engagement, honor the legacy and spirit of the women’s suffrage movement, and help girls of all ages develop a voice in their communities.
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Approved Community Partners
Co-leaders, area volunteers, and member families, we invite you to explore the many opportunities offered to our members by approved Community Partners from across our 41-counties. Whether it’s a badge earning workshop, exploring the outdoors, or discount admission to an upcoming show or sporting event, you’re sure to find your next adventure in the list below!
The following list of Girl Scout-friendly organizations is intended to offer support to members interested in earning patches, badges, and Journeys, or just to have fun. The programs offered by the organizations may satisfy some of the requirements in connection to Girl Scout curriculum - helping girls to discover, connect and take action.
Upcoming events mentioned below may be cancelled or rescheduled due to COVID-19. Third Party Program Partners who are hosting events that are open to Girl Scouts and others (like a theater program or sporting event) will make their own determination about any cancellations/refunds. We encourage those who have registered or purchased tickets to reach out to the hosting organization to inquire about their cancellation terms and policies.
Safety and Activity Checkpoints
When contacting a Community Partner, please be familiar with the guidelines provided in Safety Activity Checkpoints and Volunteer Essentials, as these apply. These include, but are not limited to, adult ratios, background checks, incident reports, insurance and more. Remember that Girl Scouts attending programs independently of a troop must be accompanied by an adult.
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