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Travel Pathway: Council Sponsored Trips!
We believe that each and every girl deserves a chance to see the world! That’s why we developed these trips—to give you opportunities to learn about new cultures and meet new people. You will also develop valuable skills such as goal setting, decision making, money management, people skills, and business ethics. You know these skills from participating in the Girl Scout Programs, now sharpen them as you travel the world!
We are currently planning up to two years in advance to allow you the time to fundraise for the trip. It is also the perfect time to use your cookie money towards a trip! Decide if you want to participate in one trip or all of them! If you are interested in the trip or want to learn more please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Council trips are supervised by approved volunteers who have a passion for travel. These adults are there to help the participants every step of the way, ensuring the girls are ready for their upcoming adventure. They will also assist the girls with money-earning opportunities to help finance part of the trips.
Cadettes will be participating in “Hello London”, a 7-day introduction to international travel. We will fly from San Francisco to London, where we will get to explore the city, visit museums, Buckingham Palace, Pax Lodge, participate in an English tea and much more. This trip is open to girls who are currently in grades 5-7.
Seniors and Ambassadors will have an opportunity to experience “Paris Fashion”, an 8-day trip that will include visits to the Museum of Fashion, the Mona Bismarck Center, Paris Fashion School plus The Eiffel Tower, The Louvre, a perfume museum and Montmartre. This trip is open to girls who are currently in grades 8-11.
Cadettes will be returning to Savannah, the birthplace of Girl Scouts on a 4-day tour. We will participate in a program at The Birthplace, enjoy exploring the city, travel to Tybee Island for a dolphin cruise and lighthouse visit, and see some of the places where Juliette Gordon Low grew up. This trip is open to girls who are currently in 4-6 grade.
Seniors and Ambassadors will spend 11-days exploring the beautiful country of Peru. While there we will participate in two days of community service in a local village, explore the wonders of Machu Picchu, visit a local orphanage and explore the amazing Amazon jungle. This trip is open to girls who are currently in grades 7-10.
Cadettes will be participating in “Hello London”, a 7-day introduction to international travel. We will fly from San Francisco to London, where we will get to explore the city, visit museums, Buckingham Palace, Pax Lodge, participate in an English tea and much more. This trip will be open to girls who are in grades 5-8 during the 2016-17 membership year.
Seniors and Ambassadors – In April 2014, a survey will be posted to determine the location for the 2017 trip in April 2014. Check back to cast your vote.
Tip for Cadettes – Every other year Cadettes visit Savannah, Georgia or London! The Birthplace and Pax Lodge are two of the most popular Girl Scout venues to visit. The trips alternate each year so girls can participate in multiple travel opportunities as Cadettes.
How to Travel with GSNorCal
GSNorCal welcomes any registered girl member to participate in one of the upcoming travel adventures! Girl spots are open to any registered Girl Scout.
For more information on any of the upcoming council trips, please contact Risk Management and Travel at email@example.com
We are in the process of creating job descriptions for upcoming travel volunteer opportunities for adult members interested in being part of the Girl Scout Travel Pathway. Please check back in April for information on future travel volunteer opportunities.