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  • Savannah Trip 2014 ​Calling all 6th grade Cadettes and above! Join the fun on an amazing Girl Scout travel journey!  E... (more)
  • Savannah Trip 2014

    Grades 6-8Grades 9-10Grades 11-12

    Monday, August 04 - Friday, August 08, 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
    Location: Savannah, GA
    Fee: $1,500.00 per girl
    Included in Fee: Airfare, meals, hotel, entrance fees and travel program
    Registration Ends:

    Calling all 6th grade Cadettes and above! Join the fun on an amazing Girl Scout travel journey! 

    Experience the southern charm and exquisite architecture of Savannah, one of the oldest cities in America. See brilliantly restored neighborhoods filled with stately old mansions and Victorian homes.  Discover hidden gardens,  experience a ghost walk through a cemetery and a carriage ride through the city. Visit Old Fort Jackson, Tybee Island and the Girl Scout First Headquarters and participate in the programs at Juliette Gordon Low's Birthplace. Girls will make new friends and memories that will last a lifetime! 

    How To Register:

    ​Registration is managed through EF tours with a special GSCCC link. See Savannah FAQ and additional information below.


    Invited: Individual, registered Girl Scouts
    Additional Information:

    Click here for Savannah 2014 flyer and Savannah FAQ's.

    WANT TO LEARN MORE? Listen in on an info call listed below:

    •  Conference Call 1:  Thursday November 21, 2013  7:00 pm 
    •  Conference Call 2:  Tuesday   December 10, 2013 8:00 pm 

    To register for an "Information Call" please email: and you will receive a conference call-in number and password.


    Girl Maximum: 18
    Adult Maximum: 3
    Financial Assistance: Partial financial assistance available based on need
    Attendee Restriction: Girls grade 6 and aboveView All Calendar Events
  • MiCaSa Summer Day Camp ​Join the fun at a Girl Scout Summer Day Camp! These volunteer run and girl led events make memorie... (more)
  • MiCaSa Summer Day Camp
    Camarillo Summer Day Camp

    Grades 2-3Grades 4-5Grades 6-8Grades 9-10Grades 11-12

    Monday, July 28 - Friday, August 01, 8:45 AM - 3:00 PM
    Location: Camarillo,CA
    Fee: $100.00 Girl Scout Fee, $10.00 Program Aide Fee, $0.00 Adult Fee
    Included in Fee: Day Camp Activities
    Registration Ends: 7/13/2014 12:00 AM

    Join the fun at a Girl Scout Summer Day Camp!

    These volunteer run and girl led events make memories for a lifetime for all Girl Scouts.
    At Summer Day Camp girls spend the day in the fresh air, make new friends, discover the outdoors, learn and sing camp songs, try fun snacks, and earn great Girl Scout badges and patches. Girls of all ages also learn important life skills in the process including; patience, courage, confidence, sharing, teamwork, respect, trust and more. 


    How To Register:

    On-Line registration:  MiCaSa Day Camp Registration




    Invited: Troops, Individual Girl Members, Program Aides
    Additional Information:

    ​Mi Casa Day Camp Hours: 8:45pm - 3:00pm

    Join Camarillo Girl Scouts for games, crafts, sports (including archery) and STEM projects revolving around a beach theme that will be selected and run by the Program Aides!
    Cadette through Ambassador Girl Scouts with Program Aide Award needed! For more information go to:


    Girl Maximum: 125
    Adult Maximum: 50
    Financial Assistance: Available
    Attendee Restriction: Registered Girl Scouts. No tagalongs, no pets.View All Calendar Events
  • Camp Artemis - 2014 JOIN ARTEMIS! A fun and life-enriching week of outdoor camp awaits older girls at Artemis! ... (more)
  • Camp Artemis - 2014
    Outdoor Leadership Resident Camp

    Grades 4-5Grades 6-8Grades 9-10Grades 11-12

    Sunday, July 20 - Saturday, July 26, 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM
    Location: Santa Cruz Mountains
    Fee: Girl Fee: $375.00
    Included in Fee: Program, accomodations, meals, t-shirt, patch
    Registration Ends: 7/1/2014 9:00 PM


    A fun and life-enriching week of outdoor camp awaits older girls at Artemis!

    In addition to hiking, archery, swimming, sing-alongs, great food and good ol' camping fun, throughout the week of camp, campers will be taught the 11 Skills of Leadership by youth staff members.  Campers will then have opportunities to practice and apply these skills in hands-on settings.
    Camp ​Artemis is girls leading girls towards the mastery of skills for life.  Through recognition and development of their own leadership skills, girls learn to share these gifts with family, community and the world.
    Girls progress by age through three levels of leadership development at Camp Artemis:
    • Courage (Phase I): to try new things (outdoor skills), to make new friends, and to strive to fully participate as part of a group
    • Confidence (Phase II): to continue to challenge oneself with harder skills, and to learn how to lead a group
    • Character (Phase III): to learn to move beyond oneself, to be independent, and to lead a group with honesty, fairness and inclusiveness


    How To Register:

    Register via eBiz: Camp Artemis - 2014

    Option 1: $100 Deposit due by 6/13/14; remaining balance due 7/1/14

    • If you choose Option 1, you will only be able to pay the balance through ebiz from 6/14/14 through 7/1/14

    Option 2: Full Payment of $375 is due by 7/1/14

    Full Payment of $375 is due no later than 7/1/14



    Invited: Registered Girl Scout members
    Additional Information:


    The Camp Artemis Camper History and Physician Release forms must be completed in order to secure your Camper’s spot at Camp Artemis 2014.

    Click here to access the Camp Artemis Welcome Letter, CamperHistory and Physician ReleaseForms

    Have questions; want to know what this camp is all about?  Read here:  



    Girl Maximum: 85
    Adult Maximum: 0
    Financial Assistance: Available
    Attendee Restriction: Girls in grades 5-12. Girls age 11-18. No tagalongs. No pets.View All Calendar Events
  • Understanding Planet Earth! ​Join fellow Girl Scouts for an amazing day at the JPL facility in Pasadena, complete the requiremen... (more)
  • Understanding Planet Earth!
    JPL/NASA Earth Science Patch Program

    Grades 2-3Grades 4-5Grades 6-8

    Tuesday, July 15 - Tuesday, July 15, 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM
    Location: JPL Facility Pasadena, CA
    Fee: Girl Fee: $10.00. Adult Fee: $0 but must register
    Included in Fee: Program, patch
    Registration Ends: 6/15/2014 12:00 AM

    Join fellow Girl Scouts for an amazing day at the JPL facility in Pasadena, complete the requirements of the JPL Earth Science Patch Program specially designed by the scientists at JPL / NASA just for the Girl Scouts, and then participate in a unique guided tour of the facility!

    Scientists and staff from the JPL / NASA Pasadena facility will lead the girls in workshops and experiments learning about the Earth’s oceans, climate, and water cycles and how NASA monitors the Earth through satellites and planet exploration.  After a lunch break (not provided) participants are invited on a private guided tour of the facility!

    Due to the nature of the experiments and the material to be covered, the recommended ages for participation are: 
    • 3rd grade Brownies
    • 4th and 5th grade Juniors
    • 6th grade Cadettes
    NOTE: *A minimum of 30 registrants are required to hold event. If event minimum is not met event may cancel. Please register early.


    How To Register:

    ​Register via eBiz:  Understanding Planet Earth!

    Invited: Troops, Individual Girls, Adult Chaperones
    Additional Information:

    Click here for Understanding Planet Earth- JPL event flyer

    Schedule of activities:

    9AM-12:30PM: Workshops

    12:30PM-1:15PM:  Lunch break - Bring your own lunch

    1:15PM-3:15PM: Guided tour (The walking distance for the tour is approximately 0.8 miles with multiple flights of stairs)

    **Lunch is not provided. More info about lunch will be on Event Confirmation

    **Please wear comfortable, closed toe walking shoes (no flip flops)

    ***Photo ID required of all attendees 18 and older to gain entrance to the facility.

    Troop leader or adult chaperone is required to have all traveling forms with them for each participating girl. (Annual Permission Form, Health History, Permission for Medication, Permission to Release). If you  need these forms they can be downloaded from our website: GSCCC Forms . For more safety information please review the event specific Safety Activity Checkpoint before your trip.


    NOTE: *A minimum of 30 registrants are required to hold event. If event minimum is not met event may cancel. Please register early.



    Girl Maximum: 100
    Adult Maximum: 100
    Financial Assistance: Available
    Attendee Restriction: No Tagalongs, pets, no drop offs!View All Calendar Events


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