NATIONAL GIRL SCOUT LEADER’S DAY
Each year, National Girl Scout Leader’s Day on April 22nd recognizes the thousands of leaders who volunteer their time and share their experience with youth across the country. Girl Scout volunteer leaders have been positively impacting girls’ lives since the beginning of Girl Scouting in 1912. These leaders are often beacons for girls as they approach womanhood. They provide a foundation of confidence, experience, respect and courage that stays with a young woman throughout her lifetime.
Approximately 750,000 adults volunteer their time with the Girl Scouts. Through their leadership, girls gain experience in community service, stewardship, relationship building and much more. Their leaders offer decision-making skills, build confidence and character, form friendships and develop leaders for tomorrow.
HOW TO OBSERVE #GirlScoutLeadersDay
Celebrate the day by thanking a volunteer for their hard work and dedication to the Girl Scout program. Share your experiences as a Girl Scout leader or consider volunteering. What has being a Girl Scout taught you and who was the leader who influenced you most? Use #GirlScoutLeadersDay on Social Media to say thanks!
NATIONAL GIRL SCOUT LEADER’S DAY HISTORY
Girl Scout of the U.S.A. proclaimed Girl Scouts Leader’s Day in 1982 to recognize the volunteers who serve as role models to millions of youth each year. They selected the date of April 22nd because it falls near National Volunteer Week each year.
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