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Camps

Our camps are committed to creating a community that helps campers unlock their potential and discover the world while developing life skills. In our safe and supportive environment girls become active participants in the learning process as counselors guide them in not only having fun, but understanding the importance of how and what they are doing.

2021 dates and information

We've added more spaces to some camp sessions!

  • Juneau – Week of July 19-23 more spaces have been added.
  • Singing Hills – June 7-11 more spaces added and grades expanded to K-4.
  • Singing Hills – June 14-18 more spaces added and grades expanded to 2-6.
  • Taku Lake – more spaces added and grades expanded to K-6: June 7-11, June 28- July 2, July 19-23.

  View the 2021 In-Person Day Camp Catalog 

View the 2021 Virtual Camp Catalog

    2021 camp registration is open!

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Questions? Contact Statewide Camp Director Amanda Block, 907-273-0316

Camp Open House Recording

2021 Camp Open House recording

 

2021 Camp Open House on Wednesday, June 2nd. Join us for the virtual kick-off to the camp season and meet the camp staff who will be at our in-person camps this summer, try a camp activity with supplies found at home, and learn some camp songs.

Info for Program Aides

Program Aides

Program Aide Training Link: https://www.cognitoforms.com/Girlscoutsalaska/ProgramAideTraining

FAQs for Program Aide Training

1. How do I access Program Aide Training?

a. Program Aide Training can be accessed online at https://www.cognitoforms.com/Girlscoutsalaska/ProgramAideTraining.

2. Who needs to complete Training?

a. Any Cadette, Senior, or Ambassador Girl Scout who wants to participate at camp as a PA needs to complete PA Training. Girls only need to complete the training once, not each year.

3. How long does PA Training take?

a. The course is self-paced and girls can take their time working through the activities. Most girls will need 3-4 hours to complete the training.

4. Can I stop training, take a break, and come back later?

a. Yes! You can save your progress and you will be given a link to return to the training later. You can also choose to have the link e-mailed to you.

5. What is involved in the training?

a. PA training consists of 4 short 5-10 minute videos, hands-on activities for girls to practice their skills, and a knowledge check question and reflection after each of the 4 sections.

6. Is the survey at the end required?

a. The survey questions are all optional, however we are looking for feedback and hope you will share your thoughts so we can improve the training in the future.

7. Where can I purchase the Program Aide Pin?

a. The purchase of the PA Pin is not required. If you would like to purchase the PA Pin you can order it here.

8. Who do I contact if I am having trouble accessing PA training or have questions during the training?

a. You can e-mail customercare@girlscoutsalaska.org with any questions you have.