Fall Product Program 2015
Early Bird Online Sales Begins – September 18, 2015
All Order Taking Begins – October 9, 2015
All Order Taking Ends – October 23, 2015
Girl Scouts deliver product – end of November 2015
5 Skills for Girls:
What Girls Learn and Why It Matters
Through Girl Scouting, girls become leaders in their daily lives and prepare for their bright futures too! The Girl Scout Fall Product Program provides an important ingredient for leadership by helping girls develop five key skills.
Goal Setting: Girl Scouts set fall product goals and develop a plan to reach those goals. When the time comes, she’ll be ready to create a well-thought-out plan for researching colleges and applying for scholarships.
Decision Making: Girl Scouts decide with their team how they will spend their fall product money. As she grows up, she’ll know when and how to give back to her community.
Money Management: Girl Scouts take fall product orders and handle customers' money. She can handle a checking account, help with the grocery shopping and even stay on top of her cell phone bill!
People Skills: Girl Scouts learn how to talk and listen to all types of people while selling fall products. She can work well with others on school projects or as part of a sports team.
Business Ethics: Girl Scouts are honest and responsible at every step of the fall product sale. They will develop excellent references for when she looks for her first job or applies for college.
Fall Product Program Volunteers
Visit Volunteer Resources for more information.