Olave Program

Olave Program 18 to 30yrs

The Olave Program is for members of Guiding in Australia aged 18-30, and focuses on the three aspects of community, adventure and self-development. Olaves take opportunities to:

· Make a positive difference in their communities through volunteering, service and advocacy;

· Challenge themselves through new experiences especially in the outdoors and internationally; and

· Develop skills and knowledge to enable them to grow as individuals.

The Olave Program is underpinned by the Guide Promise and Law and the innovations and traditions of Australian Guiding.

Olaves seek to challenge themselves under the areas of the Olave Program Framework and can choose to complete awards under the Olave Awards Structure

 

Community

Olaves take opportunities to make a positive difference in their communities through volunteering, service and advocacy.

This could involve:

· Taking action to improve your community

· Developing an understanding of global issues and sharing your knowledge with others

· Volunteering at events and activities

· Connecting with a range of diverse groups within your community

· Developing and implementing a project of your own or with likeminded people

· Supporting Guiding at a local, state, national and international level

· Speaking out on issues you are passionate about

· Working in partnerships with other organisations to implement positive change

 

Adventure

Olaves take opportunities to challenge themselves through new experiences especially in the outdoors and internationally.

This could involve:

· Stepping out of your comfort zone and developing self-confidence

· Experiencing Guiding on an international level through overseas trips and experiences

· Exploring natural and urban environments

· Making global connections through the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts (WAGGGS) or other international organisations

· Expanding your horizons by taking part in a range of different activities

· Attending camps and events at a local, state, national and international level

· Developing skills in planning, risk management and problem solving and sharing this expertise with others

· Participating in opportunities and programs offered by WAGGGS

 

Self-development

Olaves take opportunities to develop skills and knowledge to enable them to grow as individuals.

This could involve:

· Developing practical skills to assist all areas of life

· Volunteering for leadership or management positions and/or working to develop the relevant skills

· Developing and expanding supportive social networks

· Setting goals and achieving them through Olave Program Awards or personal projects

· Upskilling in the areas of project management, event management and governance within Guiding

· Actively participating in a Peer Group to enhance your development and the development of others

· Exploring new interests, skills and opportunities, including gaining external qualifications

· Undertaking learning and development opportunities through Guiding on a variety of topics

Olaves have many opportunities to represent Guiding and young women locally, nationally and internationally.

Last Modified: 16/03/16 at 3:54 PM