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Job Skills Patch Program®

Product Number: MF-4954G-2

Girl Scout Adulting Patch Program® GroupThis is one of the patches in our Adulting Patch Program® group. Print the requirements below and download the worksheets from your order confirmation. They will not be mailed with your patches.

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2″ Embroidered Iron-On Patch.

MakingFriends Patch Program®

This 2″ iron-on embroidered patch is part of our patch program®.

 

Girl Scout Adulting Patch Program® - Job Skills

Job skills are the entire collection of skills you use to complete your work. There are three types of skills:

  • Technical skills: Also called “Hard Skills” these types of skills would generally require previous experience, apprenticeship, internship or education. Some examples are computer programming, engineering and marketing.
  • Workplace skills: Also called “Soft Skills” these types of skills are often part of your personality and will help you be successful in your job. Some examples are having a good work ethic, effective communication and problem solving skills.
  • Transferable skills: These skills are often life skills or previous job skills that can be used in a new position. For example, being a Gold Award recipient indicates you have project management skills.

Suggestions for how younger girls can earn the Job Skills Patch.

Adulting Job Skills Worksheet DownloadsDownload the “What Should You Do” worksheet provided with your order confirmation. Each scenario represents a situation you may find yourself in. How you handle yourself will represent your level of maturity. Circle the letter that best represents an adult behavior. There many be more than one right answer. Discuss why you chose your answer.

Download the “Job Skills and the Girl Scout Law” worksheet provided with your order confirmation.

If you were to get a job as a mother’s helper how would the principles of the Girl Scout Law help guide you in your job?

Cut out the blue pieces on the worksheet. Match up the situations on following page with the part of the law which could help guide you. There can be more than one right answer but a suggested answer key is included.

Complete two of these requirements:

  • Think of a career you are interested in. Discuss or write how the Girl Scout Law can help you succeed in that career.
  • Your schooling could be considered your job. Discuss or write how you could do better at school.
  • Wear a job interview outfit to your meeting and share why you chose that outfit.
  • Pretend you are at a job interview and you are asked “What are your strengths?” How would you respond?

Suggestions for how older girls can earn the Citizen Skills Patch.

Adulting Job Skills Worksheet DownloadsDownload the “What Should You Do” worksheet provided with your order confirmation. Each scenario represents a situation you may find yourself in. How you handle yourself will represent your level of maturity. Circle the letter that best represents an adult behavior. There many be more than one right answer. Discuss why you chose your answer.

Download the “Transferable Skills” worksheet provided with your order confirmation.

Transferable skills are life skills or previous job skills that can be used in a new position. For example, working at a cookie booth requires customer service skills. The badges, patch programs and journeys you have earned as a Girl Scout all required skills that can be transferred to the work place. For each of the skills listed write down something you’ve done in Girl Scouts that
required that skill.

Complete two of these requirements:

  • Think of a career you are interested in. Discuss or write how the what you have done in Girl Scouts can help you succeed in that career.
  • Right a practice resume.
  • Wear a job interview outfit to your meeting and share why you chose that outfit.
  • Pretend you are at a job interview and you are asked “What are your strengths?” How would you respond?

 

 

 

 

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Weight .02 lbs
Dimensions 1 × 1 × 1 in

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