Journey to GSLE

Journey to GSLE

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: 11/16/2015)

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Girl Scout Promise

On my honor, I will try: To serve God and my country, To help people at all times, And to live by the Girl Scout Law.