Journey to GSLE

Journey to GSLE

The Journey to GSLE (all Levels) and SU Team training materials are currently being updated. As soon the materials are completed, classes will be scheduled.

All Leaders and Co-Leaders are required to attend Journey to GSLE for their level(s) prior to or within 3 months of starting their troop or bridging to the next level. Multi-Level Leaders must take Journey to GSLE for each level they are working with.  This course is given by LEVEL; you can only attend one level training during each session.

Girl Scout Leadership Experience Objectives: 

  • How to implement the components of the GSLE: DISCOVER, CONNECT and TAKE ACTION
  • Looking at the Leadership Outcomes and how they will benefit our girls
  • Understand that levels’ Journeys (“It’s Your World – Change it”; “It’s Your Planet, Love It”; and “It’s Your Story – Tell It”)
  • How to implement the Girl Scout Processes- Girl Led, Cooperative Learning and Learning by Doing- with Journeys, Badges and Skill Builders
  • An overview of the Girl’s Guide to Girl Scouting for that level and the Skill Builder Badges
  • How to combined Journeys, Badges, Skill Builders
  • Trips—appropriate for each level
  • Troop Finances
  • Requirements for Bridging
  • Junior will receive information on the requirements of the Bronze Award and Mentoring Awards. If you have any questions on Bronze Award please contact - 
  • Cadette will receive information on the requirements of the Silver Award and Mentoring Awards.If you have any questions on Silver Award please contact- 
  • Senior/Ambassadors will receive information on the pre-requisites of the Gold Award, information on the Mentoring Awards; Gold Award -specific requirements are covered in the "Go For Gold" training. If you have any questions on Gold Award please contact  - 

If you have any questions or would like more information about Trainings, please email
(Last Updated: 06/15/2017)

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