- This Sparks pj party will give you the warm and fuzzies
- Six Important Things I Learned from Six-Year Olds
- How this shy, dinosaur-loving 8-year-old found her strong in Guiding
- Move over Wonder Woman – these super hero Sparks are super every day
- Who’s listening to what girls have to say? Girl Guides is.
Join the fun on Instagram
There was an error retrieving images from Instagram. An attempt will be remade in a few minutes.
Most Popular Post Tagsadvocacy badges book club brownies camp camp blanket camping challenge civics community service cookies crafts crests Day of the Girl diversity eco citizens environment female role model female role models friendship gender girl engagement girl greatness Girl Greatness Awards girl guide cookies Girl Guide history Girl Guides Guider guiders Guides Guiding history Guiding Mosaic inclusivity International Day of the Girl international travel International Women's Day leadership literacy meeting ideas mental health multi-branch unit National Service Project National Volunteer Week new guider NSP Opening the Vaults organized Our Chalet parent pathfinders rangers Remembrance Day safety Sangam scholarships science Scouts self esteem service sparks special days STEM technology training travel twitter Unit Guiders violence volunteer volunteering WAGGGS women's health Words in Action World Thinking Day young Guiders
Tag Archives: scholarships
Around this time last year, I decided to apply for a Girl Guides of Canada scholarship. (This year’s application deadline is April 1.) I did not know if I had any chance but I decided that it was worth a … Continue reading
I applied for law school while I was a Sangam volunteer, completing my personal statement and ordering transcripts between delivering WAGGGS programming, bringing Guiders from around the world to the bustling market and taking in the beauty of Diwali celebrations. … Continue reading
As you scroll through Guidepost, Twitter and Facebook, have you ever been intrigued by the national volunteer postings? If you’re like me, you might think to yourself, who can volunteer for a national position? Do you need many years of … Continue reading
In elementary school I wanted to be a teacher because it seemed fun to work with kids and help them the way my teachers helped me. When I got to high school I wanted to be a doctor because I … Continue reading
Sarah Biggs started in Guiding as a Spark. Since then she’s transitioned through all the branches to achieve her Canada Cord, received a national scholarship, joined Link and has recently spent the summer working for Girl Guides of Canada as … Continue reading