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Girl Scout Daisies take part in their first cookie booth in Tennessee.Through Girl Scouting, girls become leaders and prepare for their bright futures. How incredible is that?
Girl Scout Product Activities like the Girl Scout Cookie Program and the selling of nuts and/or magazines through licensed vendors helps girls develop five essential skills: Goal Setting, Decision Making, Money Management, People Skills and Business Ethics. Through these activities, girls are also able to earn money towards fun and exciting girl-planned program activities and contribute to their council's ability to provide Girl Scouting in the community.
This page is a one-stop directory for parents, girls, and adults working in partnership with girls including tips on safety guidelines, marketing tips and all about the 2015 Cookie Sale Pin. Check it out!
All girls who participate in the Girl Scout Cookie Program are eligible to earn the annual Cookie Activity Pin. The pin recognizes the "5 skills" learned and practiced during the sale, and a different colored pin can be earned each year. How fun! Find out more about the Cookie Activity Pin for Girl Scout Daisies to Ambassadors (PDF) - English | Spanish
Adults act as coaches who help girls develop leadership skills by using these three processes:
As always, safety is our primary concern when girls are doing any activity, including using the Internet. Girls and their parents cannot make financial transactions online with Girl Scout product; however, girls can market product and ask for customer preferences, following up with the customer in person if he or she indicates they want to purchase product.
Note that Girl Scout Product Activity Checkpoints and the Girl Scout Internet Safety Pledge apply to all council product sales (cookies, nuts and candy, magazines), with one exception. Customers may submit orders and online payment for magazines, because product is not handled directly by the girl. Girls send out emails in a protected environment to customers, who then choose magazines online. Offline sales materials are also available for magazines, as this function may not be available in your council. (Note: In the fall, both nut vendors are continuing an online pilot with a limited number of councils. Girls and adults must follow the specific guidelines given to them by their council if participating in a pilot project.)
For more information read the resources provided here, and materials provided by your council and vendor. Attend training at the council, service unit, or troop level, whether you are an adult working with girls or an adult volunteering to help the Girl Scout in your family meet her goals. In addition, check out your council's latest Volunteer Packet.
And, take a look-see at tons of great resources designed specifically for adults working with girls and their parents:
Some of the files are illustrated in color, if you want to save ink, set your printer for black and white, or gray scale. To save paper, print double-sided.
Please note: The Cookie Activity Pin can be ordered through Girl Scout Merchandise using UPC #09016. To wear it, see Where to Place Insignia on a Uniform.