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.
The 2014 Girl Scout History Conference will include instruction on how to leverage archival assets for external audience impact as well as how to use these assets for K-12 archival education, which is an important part of the Common Core State Standards initiative.
Unable to attend the whole conference or just want a primer to whet your appetite? Consider attending either the Wednesday dinner, which will include program content, or the final Thursday session only. We’re offering both options.
The “full conference” options includes lunch on 10/14/14 and 10/15/14, as well as refreshments at the final session 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 which brings together the themes of the full conference 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.
Girl Scout History Conference 2014 will take place at a GSUSA-contracted hotel in Salt Lake City, Utah, close to the convention center. Details will be available when registration opens in early spring.
To stay in the loop on all things “Girl Scout National Historic Preservation Center” and to access relevant resources, visit the NHPC History and Preservation Blog on the Girl Scout University website. Visit the FAQ page for more information.
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