PHASE 2: FOR GIRL SCOUTS NOT REGISTERING THROUGH THEIR COUNCILS AND THE GENERAL PUBLIC
Phase 2 of convention registration will open on Monday, August 8th, at 1:00 pm EDT. We would appreciate your sharing this information with those members of your council who were not or will not be included as part of Phase 1 of registration. This link is being provided to you so that you may publish it for use by official visitors or other interested individuals who may want to attend the convention and have not registered through the council: https://girlscouts.wingateweb.com/portal/newreg.ww.
Prior to actually registering, these individuals may want to learn more about the convention program. Details on the content, as well as information about Houston and housing, is available on the Girl Scouts convention website – www.girlscouts.org/convention.
During Phase 2, the general public or individuals or groups (e.g., troops, etc.) who do not register through their Girl Scout council may register themselves for any of the following: Official Visitors who are not Alternate Delegates, Day Passes, Hall of Exhibits Only Passes, 100th Anniversary Parties, Girl Scouts University @ Convention Tracks 1 and 2, and the History Conference. These individuals must meet the Girl Scout membership and minimum age requirements.
These registration categories must continue to register via Council Group Registration: Delegates, Official Visitors who are Alternate Delegates, Girl Scout Leadership Institute (GSLI) registrants, and Girl Scouts University (GSU) @ Convention: Track 3 – Board Governance registrants. Anyone who registers for any of these packages must do so through their Girl Scout council.
If the council has already registered an attendee as a delegate, official visitor, purchased a day pass or admission to the Hall of Exhibits, and the attendee wishes to add an event (e.g., 100th Anniversary Party, GSU @ Convention), the council must add these additional registration packages to the attendee’s original registration. This will avoid duplication of registration records and will allow the council to pickup all registration materials at one time onsite in Houston.