The Girl Scout National Historic Preservation Center (NHPC) is pleased to announce the Girl Scout History Conference 2014 in advance of the National Council Session/53rd Convention in Salt Lake City, Utah! Honor history—and make history!—by joining us in learning how to preserve and promote the Girl Scout legacy.
Girl Scout history buffs and enthusiasts—volunteers, staff, alumnae, donors and other supporters—will gather in Salt Lake City for this year’s Girl Scout History Conference October 14–16, just before the start of convention, to learn about our rich ties to U.S. and world history. Put on by the National Historic Preservation Center, the conference will include tips for leveraging Girl Scout history to advance our mission and engage with new customers and communities. You can either sign up for the full conference, or whet your appetite for all things “Girl Scout history” at a special dinner on October 14 and/or October 16, at which Stacy A. Cordery, a writer who penned a fascinating and thoroughly researched biography of Juliette Gordon Low, will deliver the keynote address.
The “full conference” options include lunch on 10/14/14 and 10/15/14, as well as refreshments at the final session with keynote speaker Stacy A. Cordery on 10/16/14. You may select the full conference with dinner option, which will include a special program, or without the dinner option.
The “dinner only” option is appropriate for guests of full conference attendees or for GSUSA or council staff and special guests. The dinner option will include a special program.
The “final session only” option will include a program that brings together the themes of the full conference, as well as keynote speaker Stacy A. Cordery, and is appropriate for a wider audience. Past attendees include GSUSA and council staff, donors, and special guests. This session celebrates Girl Scout history and its importance.
Radisson Salt Lake City Downtown
215 West South Temple Street
Salt Lake City, Utah 84101
History Conference 2014 at the Radisson is right next door to the Salt Palace Convention Center!
Register for Girl Scout History Conference 2014 no later than 11:59 p.m. EST on September 15, 2014.
Visit the FAQ page for more information about Girl Scout History Conference 2014.
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