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Teen Leadership Training Camp

Date:
Fri Dec 09, 5:00 PM - Sun Dec 11, 11:00 AM HAST
Category:
Outdoor, Life Skills
Level:
Cadettes, Seniors, Volunteers, Ambassadors
 
Teen Leadership Training Camp
Camp Paumalu  Haleiwa, HI
December 9, 2022 5PM TO December 11, 2022 11AM
Open to: Cadette, Senior, Ambassador Girl Scouts & Adult Camp Staff Volunteers
 
Learn to lead the Girl Scout way! At this overnight camp you and a group of your peers will explore different ideas about how to be a role model and mentor to younger Girl Scouts. By the end of the week, you’ll walk away with all the tools you need to earn your Teen Mentor, Program Aid, Counselor in Training I/II, -OR-Volunteer in Training Award.
 
Program Aides are Girl Scouts in grades 6-8 who will participate in leadership training and then implement what they have learned with a group of younger Girl Scouts.
  • Grades 6-8 (PA): assist girls with Journey activities, badge activities, or general Girl Scout activities. Work with a group at their meeting, day camps, or during a special council event.
    • Cadette must complete a Leader in Action (LiA) award prior to attending this in-person training.
 
Teen Mentors are campers in grades 8-12 who support younger girls in partnership with adult staff. These teen mentors help lead activities and guide younger campers.
  • Grades 8-12 (TMs): Help campers with crafts, games and songs. Learn about leadership from CITs and staff.
  • Grades 9-12 (CITs): As a seasoned older girl, mentor TMs as well as younger girls, and take additional leadership opportunities such as planning or leading activities on your own.
 
Neighbor Island Girl Scouts
Girl Scouts from Kauai, Maui, Lanai, Molokai, and Hawaii Island are welcome to join our annual training.
Airfare will be covered by scholarship for a limited number of Girl Scouts that complete registration on time.
Complete your event registration fee first, then contact your island coordinator to reserve a scholarship spot.
Missed flights will result in out-of-pocket expenses that will not be reimbursed by council.
Travel information will be emailed after registration closes.
 

Adult Camp Staff are volunteers who complete this annual training and take on leadership roles at council programs or camps.

Unless otherwise specified all positions require:

  • Minimum age 21
  • Current or Lifetime Girl Scout Membership
  • Ability to pass a Criminal Background Check (with no restrictions)
  • Current Driver’s License
  • Current Immunizations, including the Covid-19 Vaccine and TB Testing.
  • Department of Health Food Handler Certification: Register for online class here: https://www.eventbrite.com/o/keegan-asato-42885541003

Physical requirements of all camp staff positions include prolonged standing, some bending, stooping, walking long distances, hiking, climbing, and stretching; requires hand-eye coordination and manual dexterity to utilize camp equipment.  Willing to live in a camp setting and work extended hours; and with daily exposure to the sun, heat, and animals and insects.

  • Must be able to lift 50lbs.
  • Must be able to work in outside temperatures and potentially extreme conditions.
  • Visual and auditory ability to identify and respond to environmental and other hazards related to the activity.
  • Ability to physically assist campers with mobility impairment.
  • Physical ability to respond appropriately to situations requiring first aid.
  • Must be able to assist campers in an emergency (fire, evacuation, illness, or injury).
  • Possess strength and endurance required to maintain constant supervision of campers.

Adult Camp Staff Volunteer Roles:

  • Camp Director
  • Program Director
  • Camp Nurse
  • Cook
  • Teen Mentor Director
  • Lifeguard
Registration Fee
  • Includes overnight camp training & Award Pin (after completion)
 
ZOOM MEETING
  • Girls & Adults must attend a mandatory Zoom meeting on December 7, 2022 from 6PM-7PM. You will receive zoom link after registration closes and we finalize camp details.
  • Must attend in-person to complete training requirement
 
FORMS DUE
To expedite check in, email a copy of the completed form to csilva@gshawaii.org by 5PM on 11/17/22.
This is a required form for every council program. It is a per event form: Must be submitted for each individual event you have registered to participate.
 
Health Screening
You will receive a wellness check email the morning of your event. This online google form must be completed prior to arriving on-site.
Anyone with a fever or temperature higher than 100°F should skip in-person gatherings until their temperature is normal, without fever-reducing medication, for more than 48 hours.
Temperature checks will be given at check-in
 
CHECK IN/OUT
Girl Scouts must remain in their vehicle until we are ready for check-in. For the safety and welfare of everyone, family members are not allowed to exit vehicles.  
*Additional procedures will be addressed in our mandatory zoom meeting prior to arriving at camp.
 
ATTIRE / WHAT TO BRING
  • Mask Face coverings are optional for all indoor and outdoor Girl Scout activities
  • Closed-toe shoes are required
  • Girl Scout Polo Shirt (mailed to your home address after registration closes)
  • Day Pack & Overnight Bag (packing list will be provided)
    • Bottled Water
    • Bag Dinner for Friday (peanut free due to allergies)
    • Personal Hand Sanitizer
 
Any time you are in a gathering with other people, you are putting yourself and others at risk of exposure to COVID-19 which can lead to serious medical conditions and even death for people of all ages. We cannot predict who will become severely ill, although we know that older people and those with underlying health conditions are at higher risk. We do not yet know what the long-term effects of COVID-19 are; even people with mild cases may experience long-term complications. People with and without symptoms can spread COVID-19. The masking, distancing, and other guidance provided here is intended to reduce the risk of transmission but does not eliminate it