Presentation on theme: "Presenter: Teena Weathersby-Hampton Director of Mission Delivery Operations Girl Scouts of Northern Indiana-Michiana Member of the P.R.A.Y. National Board."— Presentation transcript:
Presenter: Teena Weathersby-Hampton Director of Mission Delivery Operations Girl Scouts of Northern Indiana-Michiana Member of the P.R.A.Y. National Board of Directors Host: Deb Hazlewood P.R.A.Y.
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Teena Weathersby- Hampton Teena Weathersby-Hampton is the Director of Mission Delivery Operations for the Girl Scouts of Northern Indiana- Michiana. She oversees the overall mission of membership, volunteerism, program, product program and member communications. Teena came to GSNI-M in 2011 from the Girl Scout Council of Eastern Missouri that served over 62,000 girls each year within the St. Louis metropolitan area and 22 surrounding counties. She was the former Assistant Director of Membership for the Urban Program and finally the Assistant Director of Girl Development for the Suburban Region. She began her Girl Scout career in 1999 as Membership Development Manager for the Urban Program where she worked hard to increase visibility of Girl Scouting to the African American, Bosnian and Hispanic community.
Outline: My Promise, My Faith Overview of Requirements 5 Steps “Updated” requirements Resources GSUSA – Booklets for younger and older girls GSNIM – Short and Snappy Best Practices Church Christian University Housing Authority Site GS Volunteer Community/Service Unit Impact of MPMF Connection to religious recognitions Question/Answer Session
MPMF Requirements Step 1: Choose one line of the law Step 2: Interview a woman Step 3: Gather 3 quotes Step 4: Make something Step 5: Keep the connection strong
New Updated Description There are 2 updates to the MPMF description. The current Girl’s Guides to Girl Scouting do not reflect these updates.
Find out about Religious Recognitions P.R.A.Y. website
New UPDATED Description Requirement #5 is “Keep the Connection Strong.” Girls are instructed to “Find out if your faith community offers a recognition program for Girl Scouts.” The MPMF pin does not replace Religious Recognitions: it complements them.
GSUSA Resources: MPMF Booklets “Your Faith and Girl Scouts: Make the Connection” – for younger and older Girl Scouts Booklets include activities to explore the Girl Scout Law
MPMF Booklets Available in English and Spanish Are available online: gram/basics/faith/ gram/basics/faith/
MPMF Booklets CLARIFICATION Booklets are not required to earn MPMF Girls who complete the MPMF booklets have not finished all the MPMF requirements Booklets help girls fulfill Step 1: Choose a line of the law and relate it to a song, prayer, reading or tradition of your faith
GSNIM Resources Short n Snappy tsnorthernindiana- michiana.org/sites/d efault/files/My%20P romise%20My%20Fa ith%20Pin%20with %20handout.pdf tsnorthernindiana- michiana.org/sites/d efault/files/My%20P romise%20My%20Fa ith%20Pin%20with %20handout.pdf
Local Baptist Church Leadership team Fees Number of sessions Promotion Participants
Local Baptist Church Describe a typical session
Local Baptist Church Pros and cons
MPMF EVENT University Collaboration FUNDED BY UNITED WAY
University Collaboration Funding Leadership team Number of sessions Promotion Participants
University Collaboration Describe a typical session
University Collaboration Pros and Cons
Housing Authority Site
Housing Authority Funding Leadership team Number of sessions Promotion Participants
Girl Scout Service Unit/Community Volunteer Led Event
GS Community/Service Unit Pros and Cons
MPMF and Religious Recognitions MPMF points to the Religious Recognitions, it does not replace them. Why is this important? Religious recognitions are created by the national religious bodies.
MPMF Impact Girls – Girls will see how the Girl Scout Law is connected to their faith. Leaders - MPMF helps ADULTS to make the connection between Girl Scouting and faith. Councils - MPMF can strengthen the partnership between the local Girl Scout council and the faith community. Congregations – They have an important role in Girl Scouting
Teena Weathersby-Hampton Deb Hazlewood
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