Another year of Girl Guides is starting up in units all across Canada. And yes, girls and volunteer Guiders are just a little bit excited. And why wouldn’t they be? Guiding really is an all-access pass for girls to explore, experiment, design and create their own adventures – and the ultimate place where every girl knows she belongs.
Science and technology. Outdoor adventures. Planning their own community service project. Learning about healthy relationships. Guiding really is that place where girls can try it all. This year, girls are diving into our brand new program, Girls First. It’s totally girl-driven and all about girls taking the lead as they jump into empowering activities and explore what matters to them.
Girls First? You bet! These #Pathfinders are back at it and excited for a new year and new program. Lots of exploration, fun, empowerment and achievement ahead! 🙌 #everythingshewantstobe @GGCNL @girlguidesofcan pic.twitter.com/AjLpqdq6ZR
— Leslie Earle (@LeslieEarle) September 18, 2018
First @girlguidesofcan meeting of the year! Girls got to vote on what aspects of the new programming they wanted to work on first.#girlguides #guider pic.twitter.com/raomqLtPh1
— Abby Radovski (@AbbyRadovski) September 19, 2018
Planning our year with the new Girls First program at our first camp! Amazing ideas generated by our girls @girlguidesofcan @chris_mongelli #GGC #girlpower #Lovethesegirls pic.twitter.com/pm3l8m8psO
— Heather Kearns (@HeatherKearns6) September 22, 2018
Friendship goals. Squad goals. Sisterhood goals. Guiding is 100% that place where girls can connect and form a totally empowering, totally supportive peer network that will help them soar.
Of course, our volunteers are just a little bit excited for the start of the Guiding year, too.
Sisterhood. Empowerment. Making friends. It’s all a part of the Guiding adventure. But so is all the fun that girls have together in Guiding – sometimes it’s just that simple.
Take one Guide troop, add one hill, endless laughter. @girlguidesofcan pic.twitter.com/mmM6Ypu8dJ
— Queen Sandwich (@AliceCavanagh) September 25, 2018