GSSGC’s award-winning program, Classroom to Career – Developing Tomorrow’s Female Leaders Today, addresses the issues that affect women and girls today:
Girl Scouts of San Gorgonio Council, in partnership with Riverside and San Bernardino County school districts, charitable foundations, corporations and local community leaders created Classroom to Career, an initiative to help girls become better prepared for the challenges of the 21st Century Workplace. The program, focused on middle school girls, features site visits, hands-on experiences, and interactions with female STEM professionals. This program is provided through generous grant and funding partners.
Throughout the school year, girls will participate in work site field trips. These field trips will focus on STEM fields and/ or college campuses. The students will tour, meet professionals, participate in sample activities in each career field and learn the requirements for working in a variety of career positions.
An added part of this program is that each participating girl will receive complimentary membership to the Girl Scouts. There is no obligation to participate in any additional activities beyond Classroom to Career as a part of this membership.
If you have a classroom or know of a school that would be interested in participating please contact customer care and our team will reach out with more information.
Bring your students to the beautiful San Jacinto Mountains for a single day or multi-day overnight outdoor adventure. With over 100 years as a leader in outdoor experiences and leadership development, the Girl Scouts of San Gorgonio offers a variety of programs focused on connecting all students to the outdoors. Select your preferred program topics to create a customized class trip to maximize your time and create the best possible experience.
Skyland Ranch is a beautiful camp located in Banning on Highway 243, approximately 20 minutes from the 10 freeway. The programs combine education, outdoor immersion, and career exploration. Through fun and innovative methods students engage in STEM curriculum while learning to be stewards of the environment. The students are learning in the great outdoors and for many it is their first time experiencing the mountains and wilderness. Full and partial grant funding is available for qualifying programs and schools.
To register for a trip to Skyland Ranch complete our online inquiry form for more information or to book with us. Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org