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Cookie College 2013

Dec 7, 2013 - Dec 7, 2013

Age Groups: B,J (click for more information)

WHEN: Saturday, Dec. 7, 2013
TIME:  1-4:30pm
WHERE: Howard University, Washington, DC

At Cookie College girls will earn their diploma in everything cookies!  Learn about the business of selling, the history of Girl Scout cookies, and much more on an actual college campus!  At the end, girls will graduate and receive their participation patch.

The Brownie and Junior program has proven to increase troops' cookie sales dramatically. Girls will learn important lessons on marketing, making a pitch, and managing money.

Cost is $5 per girl and includes all materials, snack and a patch. 

Brownie Registration: FULL
Junior Registration: FULL

FAQ

I still want to attend Cookie College Main Campus will there be a wait list? No there will not be a wait list for this event.  You can keep checking the Cookie College Main Campus registration site over the next few weeks, as any spaces that become available will be posted there and will be open for registration.
Brownie Registration: Click Here to check space availability.
Junior Registration:  Click Here to check space availability.

Wait, Cookie College Main Campus is full?  How can I still participate in Cookie College programming?  Thank you so much for your interest in Cookie College!  We had an amazing initial response to registration for our Main Campus event and it sold out in a matter of hours.  Currently, all of our Cookie College Main Campus spots are full, however, we wanted to let you know of more opportunities for Girl Scouts to get involved with cookie programming.  This year we will be piloting the new Cookie College To-Go program. 

What is Cookie College To-Go?  This year the Council will be piloting a Cookie College To-Go program for Girl Scouts on the Service Unit level.  With Cookie College To-Go, volunteers will be provided with the same programming as Cookie College Main Campus in order to set up their own Satellite Cookie College Campus in their community.  Service Unit Cookie Managers will be presented with more information at the Cookie Kick-Off they will be attending at the end of October. 

So Cookie College To-Go is on the local level with Service Unit's facilitating the event? Service Units can decide if they would like to host their own Cookie College events.  Council will provide supplies for a limited number of interested Service Units, and will provide written programming for SU’s once the physical supplies are allocated.  Please contact your Service Unit Cookie Manager if you and your girls are interested in having a Cookie College in your area.

How can I volunteer with Cookie To-Go?  On November 16ththe Council will be hosting a Cookie Program Aide training for Girl Scout Cadettes.  At this training, Cadettes will start their requirements for the PA award and learn about opportunities to volunteer at regional Cookie Colleges to earn volunteer hours.  Girls who participate in this event will be trained on Cookie College activities, gain leadership skills and be equipped to serve as Cookie aides around the Council.  Cookie PAs can earn volunteer hours at council-wide and local Service Unit Cookie College Satellite Campuses where they can help younger girls strengthen their cookie program skills.  Registration can be found here.

Though girl volunteer spots have filled, do you still need adult volunteers?  If adults are interested in volunteering at Cookie College please contact dcummings@gscnc.org

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