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National Stand Beside Her Movement Patch

Being supportive of one another is a lifelong skill that girls can develop at an early age to make friends, support one another, end comparison and competition and combat bullying. Teach your girls to “Stand Beside Her” and you’ll be teaching them to make the world a better place!

Stand Beside Her Patch Program

Teaching girls to be supportive of one another is a lifelong skill that girls can develop at an early age to make friends, support one another, end comparison and competition and combat bullying.

That’s why we created the National Stand Beside Her Project, so that all girls can be appreciated for their talents, strengths and uniqueness.

As girls mature, they can work to further develop the skills they have learned to create cultural change in their community and themselves.
 
We’ve created activities for each Girl Scout Grade Level that highlight a part of the Girl Scout Law. Review the Girl Scout Law with your girls and go back to the appropriate line to begin your activity.  

Teach your girls to “Stand Beside Her” and you’ll be teaching them to make the world a better place!

Download Stand Beside Her Patch Program*

*This is a council-own patch and therefore belongs on the back of your Girl Scout uniform.


Natchez Trace Parkway Patch Program

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Get ready for an incredible journey through the Natchez Trace Parkway,  a 444-mile drive through exceptional scenery and 10,000 years of North American history!  Patch program and patch are available at the Natchez Trace Visitor Center

Download the Natchez Trace Parkway Patch Program*

*This is a council-own patch and therefore belongs on the back of your Girl Scout uniform.


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Girl Scouts Heart of the South CEO Patch

The CEO Patch is earned by completing any act that raises recognition for the vision of Girl Scouts. Recognition can be earned at your school, on social networking sites, in the media, or any other avenue in which the act is made known to the public.

*This is a council-own patch and therefore belongs on the back of your Girl Scout uniform.


CEO Patch Requirements

Why earn the CEO Patch?

The CEO Patch, named for the work of the Chief Executive Officer, who is seen in the public eye as a premier representation of the Girl Scout community. While earning the CEO Patch girls learn the importance power of positive recognition in her community and the media.

How do I earn my CEO Patch?

The CEO Patch is earned by completing any act that raises recognition for the vision of Girl Scouts. Recognition can be earned at your school, on social networking sites, in the media, or any other avenue in which the act is made known to the public.

After you earn your CEO Patch…

You will be entered into a drawing to become “CEO for a Day”! While you are CEO for the day you will get to experience:

  1. You will be invited to attend a “CEO Meet and Greet” reception! At the reception you will receive a message from the CEO, participate in Girl Scouts focus groups, and meet other CEO Patch recipients from around the council.
  2.  What it is like to be the CEO? Here are some of the things you can do:
    • Create a Girl Scouts Heart of the South proclamation
    • Attend a business luncheon  
    • Share your ideas for the council
    • Participate in a cookie tasting  

Need help contacting local media coverage?

Contact your local service unit manager with questions about media coverage.

Questions about the CEO Patch?
 Amanda Manning
amanda.manning@girlscoutshs.org

901-333-3447

We would love to see what you are doing to earn your CEO patch! Please send all project summaries, articles, or social network posts to Amanda Manning, amanda.manning@girlscoutshs.org.

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