About Girl Scout Voices
Girl Scouts of Nassau County is dedicated to making sure our programs are the best they can be for all our members. In order to make that happen, we need to hear from YOU! Join Girl Scout Voices to participate in a survey to tell GSNC about your Girl Scout experience and how Girl Scouts has affected you.
What is important in your life?
What is important about being a Girl Scout?
How has Girl Scouts affected you as a person?
We want to know!! Register today for Girl Scout Voices by going to www.girlscoutvoices.org. (Girls will need a parent/guardian’s help if they are 12 or under.) A few times a year, Girl Scouts of Nassau County or Girl Scouts of the USA will send out a survey asking you about your Girl Scout experience.
Register with Girl Scout Voices NOW to participate in our next survey, which will be launched in mid-May 2013. If girls register for Girl Scout Voices before May 13, 2013, they will receive a Girl Scout Voices patch AND be entered into a GSUSA drawing to win one of sixty $25 Visa gift cards.
Then, in mid-May, GSUSA will email girls who registered for Voices with a survey asking about their Girl Scout experiences. If a girl completes the survey, she will get an “I Was Heard!” patch and be entered into another GSUSA drawing for one of sixty $25 gift cards.
(Please note that although both adults and girls can register for Girl Scout Voices, only girls are eligible for this round of incentives).
The voice of girls is the driving force of Girl Scouts. GSNC is committed to addressing the ever-changing needs of girls. As part of that on-going effort, we look to our girl members and volunteers to share their thoughts with Girl Scouting and other issues affecting today’s girls. These efforts not only support the development of the Girl Scout program but also supply accurate information to funders, community partners, leaders, parents seeking the best ways to help their daughters, and girls themselves. GSNC is fortunate to partner with the Girl Scout Research Institute (GSRI) to listen to our girls and advocate for their needs.