OUTSTANDING DISTRICT FIELD ADVISER
The District Field Adviser is the technical person in the District Committee. She acts as a liaison among the troop leaders, the District Committee, Barangay Committees to help strengthen Girl Scouting in the barangay, school and community. She must be an experienced troop leader appointed by the Council Board based on the following qualifications:
- she exemplifies the GS Promise and Law.
- she should have an adequate grasp of the Girl Scouting Program to enable her to give direct assistance to the District Committee, Troop Leaders, Barangay Committee and other GSP adult members.
- she must have a basic know-how on the administration of council services.
- she must be a trained troop leader.
- she must be able to establish good public relations with the people she works with.
1.Helped achieve the membership quota of the District.
2.Helped organize and register the District Committee.
3.Has the highest percentage of registered Barangay GS Committees.
4.Submitted Monthly Report on Program Accomplishment/Badgework Report of Troops to the Council Office.
5.Troops must have held Badge Award Ceremony.
6.Regular District Troop Leaders meeting must have been held.
7.Submitted Minutes of regular District Committee Meetings to Council.
8.Enabled District to hold Annual Junior, Senior Encampments, Star Holiday and Cadet gathering.
9.District availed of opportunities for continued Leader training and retraining.
10.District participated in Regional/National Fund Drive.
11.Submitted Troop visitation report regularly.
12.Attended monthly District Field Advisors meeting, regularly.
13.At least one Senior/Cadet in the District working on the Chief Girl Scout Medal Scheme.
14.At least one trainer from the District, Certified within the triennium.
15.Held District Court of Awards.