Be You, Be Heard elevates girls' voices and gets a window into their unique paths to leadership. We will chat with girls and the people that are helping them to grow in courage, confidence and character. We know that girls are making the world a better place every day.
This podcast is a program of Girl Scouts Spirit of Nebraska, produced and hosted by Renae Ninneman, Program & Outreach Coordinator for Girl Scouts Spirit of Nebraska, at KZUM Studios in Lincoln, Neb.
In this episode, we will hear from Lincoln Troop 20811 as they explain to us the trip they planned to Savannah, Georgia this summer. They raised the money, planned the meals, participated in Savannah Quest and so much more. We also talk to Sabrina, who traveled to Panama and Costa Rica through a Girl Scout Destination trip. She volunteered at a sea turtle hatchery, tried new water sports, got her scuba certification, and did a night dive in bioluminescence. We hope this podcast episode inspires you to plan your own trip!
In this episode we learn about special Girl Scout programs for girls in grades 6-12. We talk to Ella and Amelia about the Girl Scout Advisory Group (GSAG) and their experience planning and leading events. Then we talk to Chloe about the programs YWE Achieve and YWE Lead.
Since the inception of Girl Scouts in 1912, Girl Scouts have been camping. And even today, being outdoors and appreciating nature is a key part of the Girl Scout experience. We interview campers Maya and Keeley about their camp experiences, then hear from Savana AKA Baja about her time as a camp counselor and camp director.
Episode #2: The Cookie Sale and Beyond
Episode 2: We speak to Norah about the exponential growth she has experienced in her cookie sale, along with other business tactics. Also, we speak to Alexandria about attending Legislative Day at the Capitol, and her experience speaking at a ceremony with Governor Ricketts proclaiming March 12th Girl Scout Day.
Episode #1: Maysaa The Yazidi and the Making of a Bronze Award
A troop of "cringey" 6th grade girls discuss the making of their hilarious Bronze Award video teaching you how to camp. Also, we speak to Maysaa about her Gold Award project, retreeing the only Yazidi cemetery in the USA, located in Lincoln, Nebraska.