2012-2013 Outcomes Survey Process
Thank you for your participation in Girl Scouts! GSSWT continuously measures how girls benefit from participation in Girl Scouting. Measurements include program evaluations, resident camp surveys, service unit event reports, troop activity reports, and direct outcomes surveys.
Continuous feedback is important to GSSWT in order to ensure the best leadership experience for girls. In addition to improving program and volunteer support, the council conducts outcome studies because donors and contributors ask for evidence of the impact of Girl Scouting. Total public support, including United Way allocations, contributions and special events and grants totaled $1,477,301 in 2011. Participation in this study ensures that our council continues to receive the necessary United Way, foundation, and public support needed to help girls in Southwest Texas continue to make the world a better place.
Before taking a survey, to ensure that GSSWT is able to accurately include your survey information, visit Girl Scout Voices. Visiting this website gives girls the chance to be a part of the GSSWT panel where GSSWT can communicate with girls strictly for the development of programs through surveys.
The survey questions ask girls to respond to several statements about themselves and Girl Scouts. Typical statements include:
- I think learning new things is fun.
- Everyone gets along during Girl Scout activities.
- I tell the truth even if it gets me into trouble.
- It is important to focus on the good side of people.
All answers are kept confidential!
Remember to visit Girl Scout Voices before completing any of the surveys below.
2012 Outcomes Pre Surveys
2012 Outcomes Post Surveys
2012 Pathways of Character Surveys
2012 Gamma Sigma Girls Surveys
2012 Gamma Sigma Pearls Surveys
|Gamma Sigma Pearls Pre Survey (PDF)||Gamma Sigma Pearls Post Survey (PDF)|