Promise Project, Technology Updates and Conversations That Matter
IMAGINE A WORLD where girls and volunteers join Girl Scouts with ease. New volunteers are recruited and complete the process to become a leader in a matter of days instead of weeks or months. Volunteers receive the support they need when they need it. Girl and volunteer retention is on the rise because they feel valued and engaged.
What does Girl Scouts as an organization do better than anyone else? We build leadership in girls. From this realization the Girl Scout Leadership Experience was born embracing the three keys of Discover, Connect and Take Action. In order to better serve girls and ensure volunteers, girls and their families have the resources they need to be successful, GSSJC and the movement as a whole must streamline ways of work, supported by technology. The new processes and technology upgrades are a direct response to the work of the Promise Project. Through Conversations that Matter, the annual survey, and one-on-one conversations, GSSJC identified key gaps that needed to be addressed to improve customer service and overall efficiency allowing adult volunteers do focus on what they do best – serve girls.
Conversations That Matter will be scheduled periodically throughout the year to encourage on-going open conversations with our membership about how to build a better leadership experience for girls through volunteerism, program, technology, branding, funding and networking. Your voice is important and we hope you will take advantage of these opportunities for face-to-face dialogue when they occur.