Do you have the desire to journey to the moon or command a space shuttle?
Lead your team to success as you launch into space on a simulated shuttle mission. Test your problem-solving skills as a member of mission control. Uncover scientific principles in our orbiting space station. Perform a spacewalk in a microgravity environment.
During your six day Space Camp® experience at the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® in Huntsville, AL, you and 15 other Girl Scouts will be challenged to step up as leaders to work together and communicate as a team. Launch into space on out-of-this-world shuttle missions. Get off the ground on our astronaut training simulators. Come as an individual and leave as a team with life-long friends from all over the country!
At Area 51 Leadership Reaction Course you and your team will face numerous challenges. Can you step up as a leader? How well do you work in a team? Face the challenge at Area 51! Earn your wings and join our over 540,000 Space Camp® alumni community! Over 32,000 trainees complete our program every year and go on to become scientists, doctors, teachers, engineers, and even astronauts. Do you have what it takes to be “The Right Stuff?” Find out at Space Camp!
A detailed packing list is contained in the confirmation kit you receive upon acceptance to this event.
A $250 deposit will be due immediately upon notification of acceptance to this event. This deposit will be put towards the total tuition cost and is not in addition to it.
There is a $25 round-trip transportation fee per girl from the Huntsville International Airport to the U.S. Space & Rocket Center. Parents are welcome to drive participants to the U.S. Space & Rocket Center for check-in and pick them up after graduation. Meals and lodging are included in the tuition. Each girl will receive a t-shirt and team photo as part of her tuition.
Two adult chaperones are needed for this event. If selected, travel expenses to and from Huntsville, AL will be the chaperones responsibility. Lodging and meals will be provided. Adult chaperones of this event will take photos and video of the participants in activities and observe the girls interaction. This position requires the ability to walk long distances in summer temperatures. Hours of daily event activities are 7AM to 11 PM. Chaperones must provide contact information to programs’ health and first aid staff for the duration of the event. Send resume and a letter of intent explaining why you would like to be a chaperone to: email@example.com U.S. Space and Rocket Center as subject line.