|Summer Camp Registration is Now Open!|
Come be a part of a safe, fun summer camp for all girls grades K-12! Registration is now open for our summer resident camps. Numbers are limited, so reserve your spot now! Girls can choose which session, dates and camp they want to come to- it’s easy! There are also virtual camp options for girls who prefer to still have some camp fun at home!
Hesitant to register right now? We have a flexible cancelation policy in place for this summer. Plus, all in-person camp programming will follow current COVID guidelines to ensure the safety of our girls and staff.
Is your girl selling Girl Scout Cookies or did she participate in the Fall Product Program?
If so, she qualifies for the Cookie Go Getter discount of $75! You can also use Cookie Dough from the Girl Scout Cookie Program to pay for your camp sessions.
Need a question answered? All summer camp questions can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org or 800-672-2148. You can also join us live on Facebook tonight at 6 p.m. to learn more about this summer!
Cookies Make a Sweet Treat for Valentine’s Day
It’s so easy to promote Girl Scout Cookies as the ultimate Valentine’s Day gift! A small addition to a box of Girl Scout Cookies can make the difference in a sale. What do we mean? Have your girls add a little something extra when someone makes a purchase- maybe a carnation or blank Valentine’s note? Maybe add a pink or red bow to the box? Brainstorm and have fun!
Upcoming Program Opportunities
Be sure to check out the online calendar for all of our virtual and in-person badge opportunities coming up. All levels, all interests, all camp properties- there are so many exciting programs!
Below are also some events hosted by GSUSA and our community partners- don’t miss your chance to participate!
Entrepreneurship Badge Days and Financial Literacy and Business Innovation Badge Day
February 13, 20 and 27
Hosted by Community Partner- SheEO Academy
SheEO Academy is offering Entrepreneurship Badge Days on February 13 and 27 and a Financial Literacy and Business Innovation Badge Day on February 20. Visit their website to access a schedule and registration for all of their offerings. Their site is searchable by program level.
Adult Learning Opportunity: Adolescent Brain Development and the Impact of Substance Use
Monday, February 15 at 7 p.m.
Hosted by Community Partner- Mountain Projects
This program will focus on describing the way the human brain develops and how the adolescent brain is different from the adult brain. We will discuss the ways in which the use of a mood altering substance can impact the developmental process. We will also discuss how the adolescent brain is more naturally prone to making high risk choices. To register, click here.
Diversity, Inclusion and You
Saturday, February 20 at 1 p.m.
For girls in grades 6-12
Originally planned as part of G.I.R.L. 2020, our G-Team-hosted DEI event will now take place on February 20. Girls are invited to join a conversation with inspiring individuals, corporate leaders and a panel of 2019 and 2020 National Gold Award Girl Scouts who work for diversity, equity and inclusion to make the world a better place. Click here to register.