Girl Scout Juniors

Earn your “Social Butterfly” badge with this workshop!

Leaders, we understand how time-consuming it is to plan a meeting.  Reviewing, shopping for supplies, snacks…let Sisterhood Seminars remove some of that stress with a complete meeting that culminates in the earning of the “Social Butterfly” badge.

This workshop covers the five steps required to earn the badge through an interactive PowerPoint, role-playing, sit down meal, and socializing with parents at pick-up.

  1.  Hold a conversation:  Making introductions and small talk.
  2.  Use table manners:  Learn and practice with an actual meal.
  3.  Be prepared for special occasions:  Explore “coming of age” ceremonies: Bat Mitzvahs, Quinceaneras, and Sweet 16s.
  4.  Say thank you:  How to show appreciation to your host.
  5.  Practice being at ease:  Chat with the parents who come at the end of the meeting.

Workshop Information

  • This workshop lasts approximately 1 1/2 hours.  $200 covers the seminar for up to 10 attendees, a gift bag, a uniform patch and the “Social Butterfly” badge for scouts.

  • There is no minimum or maximum attendance.  Non-scouts (and boys) are welcome to join your troop.  There is an additional $5.00 per person fee for over 10 attendees.

  • The troop is to provide the place settings and food necessary for the table manners portion of the workshop.

  • The Social Butterfly” badge is a part of the Girl Scout Junior Skill Building Badge Activity set “It’s Your Story – Tell It.”  If you would like to purchase the set (not required) it is available at your local Girl Scout store or online.

  • The Social Butterfly” badge workshop is offered Mondays through Thursdays.  Fridays through Sundays are reserved for It’s a Girl Thing!” puberty seminars.

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“Linda’s seminar was fabulous. The girls learned so much, and Linda provided information in an entertaining and age-appropriate manner.”

Lisa F. – El Camino Creek Girl Scout Troop

“Linda did a puberty class in my home for two fifth grade Girl Scout troops. It was amazing! The girls and moms enjoyed the way Linda handled a subject matter that can be tricky for moms and daughters and made it comfortable and educational. She created a safe environment for the girls to ask questions. I feel my daughter is more confident and secure after the seminar and I would recommend it to all mom and daughters.”

Danielle J. – Troop #4136 Girl Scout Leader

“Thank you for last night’s presentation! It was everything I thought it would be, and more. I think many people can present material, but you were able to create a warm and safe environment for the girls and connect with them so that they felt comfortable discussing so many of the topics you brought to the table.”

Jennifer G. – Troop #1792 Girl Scout Leader