Project Title

Legacy Traditions

College

Buchtel College of Arts and Sciences (BCAS)

Date of Last Revision

2020-05-05 10:41:13

Major

Business and Organizational Communication - Public Relations

Honors Course

7600 485

Number of Credits

3

Degree Name

Bachelor of Arts

Date of Expected Graduation

Spring 2020

Abstract

This paper discusses and examines how I planned and executed a new fall program for Girl Scouts of North East Ohio entitled, “Legacy Traditions.” This program took place in October 2019 at Camp Timberlane in Wakeman, Ohio. The attendance of the camp consisted of girls between the ages of 6 to 11 years old. After seeing there was a need for a program that discussed Girl Scout Traditions while teaching leadership and other core values of Girl Scouts, the program was created in partnership with Girl Scouts of North East Ohio. Girl Scouts is an organization where girls of all ages learn valuable life skills, which help to form strong educated leaders in society. It is important for these girls to understand the origins and ceremonies performed by not only the founder, Juliette Gordon Low, but also every Girl Scout before them. The program helps keep the Girl Scout traditions alive in communities, as the girls who attend have the opportunity to take what they learned back to their home troop.

Research Sponsor

McKenna Vietmeier

First Reader

Julia Spiker

Second Reader

Natalie Sydorenko

Honors Faculty Advisor

Kathleen D. Clark

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