Older Girl Programs (Cadette, Senior, Ambassador)

What is the Older Girl Advisory Board?

The Older Girl Advisory Board, also known as OGAB, is a group of 14 girls in grades 9-12 from across the state of Colorado who provide feedback on projects ranging from mentoring to program development to older...

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What do OGAB (Older Girl Advisory Board) members do?

OGAB representatives provide GSCO staff with direct feedback on current older girl programs and events and offer ideas for future program opportunities. OGAB representatives serve as the voice of their Girl Sco...

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How often does OGAB meet?

OGAB has a monthly web meeting to discuss ongoing business and four in-person retreats a year held at Tomahawk Ranch. These in-person retreats give girls the opportunity to build lasting connections with their ...

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Why is OGAB important?

OGAB gives Seniors and Ambassadors the opportunity to serve as the council's voice for all girls in Girl Scouts of Colorado. By lending a voice to a movement that wants, needs, and values girl-led contributions...

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Is my region represented in OGAB?

Yes! The advisory board is representative of the Girl Scout population across the state. Western Slope – 1 girl representative Southwestern Colorado – 1 girl representative Pueblo and Southeast Colorado ...

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How do I join the Older Girl Advisory Board?

The application for the 2017 OGAB term is closed. Email Katie Singleton at katie.singleton@gscolorado.org if you would like to be alerted when the application becomes available for the 2017-2018 membership year...

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