VOLUNTEER & COMMUNITY AWARDS
One day, you decided to volunteer with Girl Scouting. As a result, girls are one step closer to blossoming into their true potential. Every day, you’re providing girls the environment they need to pursue the interests, causes and leadership roles that matter most to them. They’re learning from you that there are many paths they can take to make a difference in the world, whether it’s being a scientist, a CEO, or a stay-at-home mom. Under your guidance, girls are standing up, standing out and standing tall in every aspect of their lives.
You have a chance to shine the spotlight on a volunteer who has made an amazing difference in your life! Northborough Girl Scouts’s annual volunteer recognition program is an opportunity for girls, parents, and service units to recognize special volunteers in your community! Nominations are due May 1, 2015. Any girl, troop, parent, or volunteer can submit a nomination. Awards will be presented during the Northborough Girl Scouts Awards & Bridging Ceremony on Sunday, May 31, 2015 at Algonquin Regional High School.
To Nominate a Volunteer
To recognize a troop leader, an organization or any volunteer, please see the criteria listed below. Be sure to provide details and specific examples on your nomination form, so that the Recognitions Committee can understand how special this volunteer is to you!
For questions regarding nominations or the event, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cherished Leader Award. A Cherished Leader is a troop leader in the Northborough Service Unit who has been a Northborough Girl Scout leader for more than two years and has shown continued enthusiam and dedication to providing the Girl Scout experience for the girls in her troop. This leader may be nominated by the Service Unit, a co-leader or a parent.
New Found Star Award. A New Found Star is a troop leader in the Northborough Service Unit who has been a Northborough Girl Scout leader for less than two years and has shown continued enthusiam and dedication to providing the Girl Scout experience for the girls in her troop. This leader may be nominated by the Service Unit, a co-leader or a parent.
Treasured Volunteer Award. A Treasured Volunteer is a parent or other volunteer in the Northborough Girl Scouts Service Unit who has shown dedication to the girls and leaders of the troop throughout the year. This volunteer may be nominated by the troop leader(s) or another troop parent.
Community Support Award. A Community Support Partner is a business or an individual that has provided support to Northborough Girl Scouts. This award may be nominated by the Service Unit or a leader.