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Leaders & SU Personnel

I have a thumb drive that I keep all of my Girl Scouting materials on, and I've discovered that having it organized in the following manner helps me keep everything together and find-able. The numbering scheme is designed to help a person create a group from the ground up. Feel free to create folders along the following lines:

0.0 - Safety Checkpoints
0.1 - Council Forms
0.2 - Publications
0.3 - Research
0.4 - Lists
0.5 - Art
1.1 - Directory of Girls
1.2 - Annual SU Calendar
1.3 - Visioning Documents
1.4 - Recruiting Pool List
1.5 - SU Job Descriptions
1.6 - Mission Statement : Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence, and character who make the world a better place.
1.7 - Values
1.8 - Revolving Goals
1.9 - Organizational Chart
2.1 - Recruiting a Volunteer Team
2.2 - Parent & Volunteer Buy-In
2.3 - Contact Every Registered Girl
2.4 - Learn Names of Every Registered Girl
2.5 - Contact Every Parent
2.6 - Select a "Good Enough" Program : Put meeting ideas here, organized by program grade level, then by badge
3.1 - SU Meetings
3.2 - Volunteer Coffee Notes
3.3 - Long Term Staffing Plan
3.4 - Recruiting Needs List
3.5 - SU Manual
3.6 - Curriculum Template
3.7 - Compliance Documents
3.8 - Major Events Notebooks
02 (February) - World Thinking Day
03 (March) - Girl Scout Birthday/Girl Scout Week
04 (April) - Leader Appreciation Day
04 (April) - Real Outdoor Women
08 (August) - Council Admin Kick-Off
10 (October) - Founder's Day
10 (October) - Real Girls Real Women Luncheon
11 (November) - Volunteer Retreat
4.1 - Girl Apprenticeships
4.2 - Parent Engagement
4.3 - Integrating Girls into the SU
4.4 - Annual High-Visibility Program
4.5 - Pathways
4.5.1 - Camp
4.5.2 - Events
4.5.3 - Special Interest
4.5.4 - Travel
4.5.5 - Troop
4.5.6 - Virtual
4.6 - Updating Facilities & Supplies
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