what does the girls' advisory panel do?

GAP representatives will be supported, coached and mentored throughout their term. 

The Girls' Advisory Panel will report to the State Advocacy Liaison and will operate in two ways:

1. As an advisory panel, GAP will consider questions and ideas put to them by the State Program Committee (and other relevant and appropriate personnel). GAP will provide girl input and feedback, as required, to inform and direct solutions. 

2. As a representative group, GAP will consider their own ideas and experiences as well as those of their peers to make recommendations to the State Program Committee and other relevant and appropriate personnel, about current and future Guiding. This may include consulting with peers to seek their input. 

GAP representatives will be encouraged to take on particular positions within the Panel to facilitate and support different areas of work: for example, social media, events, and the executive.