First Aid Safety and Community CPR (Fee $45.00; 6 hours)
In this comprehensive course participants will learn how to identify and care for a variety of medical emergencies. Participants will also learn how to reduce the risk of injury or death by properly identifying breathing and cardiac emergencies and administrating the appropriate CPR measures for adult, child and infant victims. Instructors are volunteer Girl Scout Trainers certified by either the American Red Cross or American Heart Association to deliver the appropriate corresponding curriculum. Both curriculums have changed this year as a result the course is now 6 hours. Skills demonstration at the end of the day must be passed in order to receive American Red Cross or American Heart Certification and credit validation on your training card.
Payment is required to make a reservation and be officially registerd.
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To register fill out this FORM.
Timeline Photos, 4 hours ago
Hour of Code is coming December 7-13, with online and offline activities for younger girls, older girls, and leaders! More info to be announced December 2, but here's a teaser in the meantime: http://www.girlscoutsnyc.org/blog?p=1372
Timeline Photos, 13 hours ago
With your help, we reached over 29,000 girls in 2015! You can help us reach even more girls in 2016! #givingtuesday https://9060.thankyou4caring.org/sslpage.aspx?pid=298
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Happy Thanksgiving! In this #tbt, hundreds of Girl Scout volunteers gather for a meeting in the 1960s. Today, we'd like to express our gratitude to our many, many volunteers over the years who have helped build girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place.
Thanksgiving Message from our CEO, 2 days ago
On this Thanksgiving eve, we at the Girl Scouts of Greater New York wish you and your loved ones a safe, happy, and healthy holiday - Barbara Murphy-Warrington, CEO Dear Girl Scouts Friends and Family: As I prepare to give thanks with my family tomorrow, I have been reflecting on how grateful I am to have the opportunity to be here to support the 29,242 girls we serve across New York City, to work with over 7,500 dedicated and inspiring adult volunteers, and to… girlscoutsnyc.org
Timeline Photos, 3 days ago
To give our staff an opportunity to celebrate Thanksgiving with their families, the Girl Scouts of Greater New York Leadership Center will close at 2pm on Wednesday November 25, and will re-open at 8:30am on Monday, November 30. In case of emergency, please call 212.206.2467 so that the answering service can reach a member of our staff. Happy Thanksgiving to all of our Girl Scouts of Greater New York friends and family!
Girl Scouts, 3 days ago
Thanksgiving is this week, and we want to know: what are YOU grateful for this year?
Photos from Girl Scout Council of Greater New York's post, 4 days ago
Over the weekend, Girl Scouts Troops 1089, 1091, 1095, and 1096 from Pelham Bay in the Bronx brought holiday cheer to a local nursing home/rehab center! They visited with residents, and made turkey hats with them!
Fall 2015 Newsletter, 4 days ago
Check out our latest newsletter, full of exciting news of what GSGNY has been up to the last few months, and sneak peeks at our future! http://www.girlscoutsnyc.org/about-us/newsletters/fall-2015-newsletter-1 And we're just getting started. You'll soon see us increasing the visibility of Girl Scouting as we speak out on the issues that matter to New York City girls, the problems they face, and the solutions that will require organizations and individuals to work together to implement. girlscoutsnyc.org
Aiming for gold by helping the needy, 7 days ago
Girl Scouts are in the news! A Howard Beach Girl Scout is working toward her Gold Award – the highest achievement in Girl Scouting – by collecting pajamas for needy children in the foster care system. Way to go, Francesca! http://www.qchron.com/editions/south/aiming-for-gold-by-helping-the-needy/article_73180d4b-9897-5faf-85e0-e10e9fef6599.html Francesca Casalaspro has never had to worry about not having a simple possession such as her pajamas.“I’ve always been very lucky in my life,” Casalaspro said. qchron.com
Timeline Photos, 7 days ago
Congratulations to troops from Jackson Heights for hosting a successful coat drive on Veterans Day! They volunteered their time and received over 300 coats for donation to New York Cares. With the help of the St Joan of Arc School, Church, the community, and the 115 Police Precinct, the Girl Scouts help make the world a better and warmer place. http://qns.com/story/2015/11/18/jackson-heights-girl-scouts-donate-more-than-300-coats-to-needy/