REMINDER: Delegate Elections!
Delegate and Alternate Delegate elections for every Service Unit are coming up again this fall. Even if your Service Unit would like to keep the current delegate/alternate, they must be elected again.
All elections must have occurred by December 15, 2015 and the Election Form turned in to council immediately after to email@example.com or Delegate Elections, 340 Washington Street, Hartford, CT 06106.
Please don’t hesitate to reach out to 2nd Vice President, Trish Bowen, at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions regarding the election process.
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Girls and Adults wanted to become Board Members!
Board members at our 2014 Annual Meeting.
The governance structure of Girl Scouts of Connecticut is designed to ensure that members have a voice in the decision-influencing process of the Council. To this end, the By Laws of GSOFCT permit the inclusion of four girl members as non voting members of the Board of Directors. If you are interested in joining the collected voice of the Board of Directors, please review the position description and complete the age appropriate form below.
Girls (over the age of 16) and adults are welcome to be nominated as a candidate for the Board of Directors for Girl Scouts of Connecticut. Why be a Girl Board Member?
Hear from two girl board members themselves - Hannah and Megan - in this video!
All candidates will be interviewed by the Board Development Committee. Selected candidates will be formally voted during the Annual Meeting each May. For more information, please contact Samantha Goodman at email@example.com or ext. 3248.
Please use the following resources to assist you with your questions concerning the governance of Girl Scouts of Connecticut.
GSUSA Blue Book of Basic Documents
GSOFCT Bylaws (accepted September 13, 2011)
Council Proposal Process and Form (Writable)