Leadership

Girl Scouts are discovering the world around them, identifying needs in their community, connecting with others, and taking action to make their world a better place. 

Leadership development is infused in all aspects of the Girl Scout Program. Troop meetings, activities and trips revolve around 3 key processes of Girl Scouting—that they are Girl Led, have cooperate learning and that all girls learn by doing. 

Whether a troop is planning a community service project or a trip around the world, the girls are choosing what they do, planning how they do it and learning while they do it. Girls Scouts—North Carolina Coastal Pines’ Leadership Initiative focuses on offering programs such as Program Aide training, Counselor in Training and Volunteer in Training. Through these programs,  Girl Scout Cadettes, Seniors and Ambassadors, who strive to serve as leaders and role models to younger girls, develop key leadership skills that will aide them in becoming the women leaders of tomorrow.

IT2 Girl Advisory Team

Are you interested in representing Girl Scouting in your community, council, and nationally? Do you want to lead Girl Scouts in the right direction? Then the IT2 Girl Advisory Team is for you! The IT2 Girl Advisory Team – Inspire Today, Inspire Tomorrow- provides girls, in all areas of our council, an opportunity to share their voice. Members of the advisory team give input on Girl Scouting and girl issues at large, council programming and publications and represent the council at meetings and conferences.

If you are a registered Girl Scout between the ages of 14 and 18, you may apply to become a part of the team. You can either download an application or you can fill out the online application. Applications are due December 14, 2012 and the selection process will take place in January.