Juniors earn their “Cookie CEO” badge! Girls will learn how to set up a group goal, explore how a small business works, create a cookie sales jobs list, and track sales.
March 29, 2014
9:30am – 2:00pm
Holy Trinity Lutheran Church of Flatbush, 4118 Ave R, Brooklyn, NY 11234
Please register by March 19, 2014 by clicking HERE.
Fee: $15 per girl
To pay by credit card, or if you have questions, please contact Kailey Denzer-Weiler, Program Coordinator at 212-645-4000 x 216.
Or send checks to:
Girl Scouts of Greater New York
Programs: Cookie CEO
43 West 23rd Street. 6th Floor
New York, NY 10010
*Don’t forget to bring a bagged lunch. No walk-ins or refunds. Sorry, we cannot accommodate siblings.*
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