Trip Advisors partner with girls to make travel adventures happen! You can be a Trip Advisor for your troop, a group in your area, or a Girl Scouts of Western Washington council-developed trip. Click here for more information about travel opportunities and being a Trip Advisor. Troop Leaders can also plan and prepare for travel with their troop.
My troop/travel group wants to take a trip for three nights or more.
|Girl Scouting 101
||For the link to the online orientation, click here. Enter the password: aboutGS101|
|Getting Started for Trip Advisors
||Check back for links to this new orientation.|
I want to be a Trip Advisor for a council-developed trip, what do I need to do? Visit our website to learn about upcoming trips!
How can you help my Juniors, Cadettes, Seniors, or Ambassadors prepare for a big trip?
|Girl Scouting 101 (45 minutes)
||Click here for the link to online orientation. Enter the password: aboutGS101|
|Trip Advisor application
||Click here to learn about upcoming trips and the application. |
|Interview with Travel Pathway Committee (30 minutes)
||To schedule an interview, email firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Preparation meetings with Trip Advisor team and Travel Pathway Committee mentors (month, 4-8 hrs, Jan. - Mar.)
||Attend in person|
|Trip Advisor Learning Weekend (Fri. - Sun. in April)
||Attend in person. A link to registration will be sent to you after the interview.|
I’ve looked at the Safety Activity Checkpoints, and our planned activities call for a First Aider.
I’m confused! We want to venture away from our meeting place, but I don’t know what to do first. For more information, click on the course title link in the left column, or visit the Troop Learning page.
I can’t get enough! What else does Girl Scouts have for me?