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Facilitated by Girl Scouts of the USA and hosted by individual Girl Scout councils, GSUSA, and contracted organizations, such as Outward Bound, Girl Scout destinations events or trips open girls up to whole new worlds and ideas.
 Girl Scout destinations is a nationwide Girl Scout program that provides girls 11-17 with an opportunity to apply for a specific Girl Scout destinations trip and meet other girls from across the street, across the country, or across the ocean, Girl Scout destinations offers girls leadership and cross-cultural opportunities through regional, national and international travel. 
How to apply for destinations:
  1. First, find an amazing trip!  Log on to  Search for events by date, category, age, location or keyword. Select your four top choices for trips.
  2. Download the application form and complete it. Girls complete the application and reference forms for each destination location of interest. 
  3. Print two copies of the reference form and ask two people to complete them. Girls can use the same reference letters for all applications. A complete packet consists of one application and two reference forms.
  4. Send the destinations application packet by mail to the address below or email to by November 13 (early bird deadline) or January 25 (late application deadline). If you have questions, email
  5. Girls will receive notification of acceptance from the event sponsor.
  6. Go on your destination trip. Bon voyage!
                 2014 Destinations Application and Reference Form
All Applications must be received in the GSCCC Ventura Office no later than 4:30 pm November 13, 2013.  Please scan and email application to or mail a copy to:
GSCCC: Destinations
801 S. Victoria Avenue
Suite 202
Ventura, CA 93003
To view available destinations opportunities and requirements go to

Every girl deserves a chance to see the world. Girl Scouts offers many different travel opportunities so girls can discover new places, connect and meet new people, learn about different cultures and ideas and take action both domestically and abroad. 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. If you have the travel bug, then Girl Scouts can provide a venue for seeing the country and the world. 
GSCCC Savannah Trip 2014
August 4-8, 2014 
6th grade Cadettes and above are invited to join the fun on an amazing 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! 
  • Conference Call 1:  Thursday November 21, 2013  7:00 pm 
  • Conference Call 2:  Tuesday   December 10, 2013 8:00 pm 

To register for these information calls please email