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GSUSA National Convention, October 16-19, 2014, in Salt Lake City
Particapants must be 14 years old by October 16, 2014.
Below is the link to the National Convention Website for more information on how you can participate.
Girls are at the heart of Girl Scouting—they are who make the Movement. This year’s convention is all about girls, and you will see them in every space and experience.
Girls will be able to learn new skills and become engaged with a multitude of activities in the Hall of Experiences.
This year’s convention is an amazing and enlightening experience, and is sure to be a highlight of any attendee’s Girl Scout years. Our goal for the 2014 convention is to make certain each girl comes away with new ways to discover her skills and values, connect with others locally and globally, and take action to make the world a better place.
Interested in more information on the National Convention? Please fill out the link below.
DESTINATIONS OPENINGS AND SCHOLARSHIPS
Do you know a 13- to 18-year-old, travel-loving girl who’s looking to make the world a better place? There are still openings for the following summer 2014 destinations trips. Each link below contains application information and other details.
*A limited number of $500 scholarships from GSUSA’s Elliott Wildlife Values Project are available.
Every girl deserves a chance to see the world. Girl Scouts offers many different travel opportunities so girls can see new places, meet new people, and learn about different cultures and ideas. Whether exploring their own neighborhoods, going on overnight camping trips, participating in community service projects, or flying to one of the four world centers, Girl Scouts are continually expanding their horizons.
Girl Scout destinations fall into five categories: international, outdoors, science, people, and getaways. Facilitated by Girl Scouts of the USA and hosted by individual Girl Scout councils, GSUSA and contracted organizations such as Outward Bound, Girl Scout destination events or trips open girls up to whole new worlds and ideas.
Here is the link to view the available trips…Destinations. Travel scholarships are available for GSSI members.
Every girl deserves a chance to see the world. Girl Scouts offers many different travel opportunities so girls can see new places, meetnew people, and learn about different cultures and ideas. Whether exploring their own neighborhoods, going on overnight camping trips, participating in community service projects, or flying to one of the four world centers, Girl Scouts are continually expanding their horizons.
GSSI International Trip 2015
Girl Scouts of Southwest Indiana will be traveling to the essential European spots during the summer of 2015. Stops include Paris, London, Rome, Florence, Venice, and Switzerland!
Girl Scout founder Juliette Gordon Low's home in Savannah!
All of the information you’ll need to plan a trip to Savannah is located on the Birthplace website. Don’t forget that troops/groups must have a Trip Application approved, prior to traveling out of council.
WAGGGS Four World Centers
Planning on traveling internationally? Make it a point to visit one of WAGGGS four world centers and connect with sister Girl Scouts and Girl Guides from other countries. Our Cabaña in Mexico, Our Chalet in Switzerland, Pax Lodge in England, and Sangam in India are owned and operated by the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts (WAGGGS). The centers offer comfortable, inexpensive and safe accommodations for Girl Scouts and Girl Guides for short stays, long term visits, or trainings and seminars.