Tell us about your experience with Girl Scouts this year!
This spring, Girl Scouts of the USA is introducing a new survey called “Girl Scout Voices Count.”
There will be versions for girls, parents, and volunteers—so we can get an idea of what the year was like for everyone.
Here’s what you need to know:
Girls: Your chance to tell us about your experience starts May 11. To participate, you need to sign up for the Girl Scout Voices survey panel. If you are 13 or older, you can sign yourself up here: www.GirlScoutVoices.org! If you are 12 or younger, ask your parents to sign you up.
Parents: Look for an email that tells you how to sign your daughter up for the Girl Scout Voices survey panel. We also want to hear from you and will be inviting you to participate in a parent/guardian survey starting June 1.
Volunteers: Your opportunity to give feedback will begin June 1. In a few weeks, we’ll be sending you an invitation to participate via email, but you can also keep an eye on our social media feeds for information on when to participate.
We can’t wait to hear what you have to say!
Got questions? Can’t find the email with the survey invitation? Feel free to get in touch with us at GSVoicesCount@girlscouts.org.
Categories: Girl Scout Experience
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Hey my Troop Families! Check this out. It’s a nationwide survey that if for our Girls, Parents, and Volunteers–please let GSUSA know what they are doing right, and what they can improve on..