The purpose of Leaders of Tomorrow is to help girls find out who they are becoming, how they belong, what they believe, and how they are building the world around them. Leaders of Tomorrow is a safe place for girls to participate in many different kinds of activities, gain new experiences, take healthy risks, or just be with other girls.
Leaders of Tomorrow is an organization within the Girl Scouts – Western Oklahoma council that is “for girls by girls”. It is for all Cadette and Ambassador Girl Scouts within the Girl Scouts – Western Oklahoma council. They are the information pathway for leaders and girls to communicate to the council what they want and for council to ask for input in activities.
Leaders of Tomorrow strive to provide opportunities for girls to interact with others while embracing the Girl Scout Promise. They do this by planning unique events that bring girls together with the same interests, offering Girl Scouts to bring their friends to events to introduce them into the Girl Scouting community, and also by having activities that meet at least five of the fifteen outcomes identified by GSUSA.
Leaders of Tomorrow develops officers into strong leaders; by providing opportunities for girls to learn leadership skills and apply them to real world situations, by allowing them to shadow a women professional in their office of study, and by giving them the opportunity for their voice to be heard in the Western Oklahoma council.
Leaders of Tomorrow assists girls in developing their futures by having community women leaders come to speak at events and conferences, by providing the necessary information to help them make informed decisions about college and career choices, and by discussing important issues in young girl’s lives at each event.
Leaders of Tomorrow makes an effort to create a larger presence in the community; by planning and participating in service projects that benefit the community, informing the community about Girl Scouts and their programs, and ensuring girls understand the importance of humanitarian efforts.
Leaders of Tomorrow elect ten officers per year to represent them on a council level. They have four activities per year which are planned by the officers or other troops. To become a member you can call the council office and ask them to add you to our member list.