In celebration of its 100th anniversary, Girl Scouts of Southwest Texas (GSSWT) is hosting GirlExpo 2012, a day-long event celebrating everything cool about being a girl. Girls of all ages, Girl Scouts and non-Girl Scouts alike, are welcome to enjoy the festivities, discover new things and learn about resources -- all while building courage, confidence and character.
Highlighted issues include: STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math), career exploration, art activities, outdoor experiences, healthy living, music and of course Girl Scout history and experiences!
GirlExpo 2012 will give educational organizations, non-profits and businesses of all sizes a once-in-a-lifetime chance to share their message and services with 7,500 girls and adults. Participating in this event as an exhibitor will give girls the opportunity to learn and explore different opportunities.
All potential exhibitors must complete the Exhibitor Application and follow all Exhibitor Guidelines. Applications must be postmarked by September 14, 2012 for consideration.
|Dove/H-E-B Self-Esteem Area||Time Warner Cable/Connect a Million Minds STEM Area|
|EF Educational Tours||
FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology)
|Girl Scout Alumnae||
Girl Scout Robotics
|Girl Scout History Committee||
New York Life
|Girl Scout Mobile Leadership Center||
St. Philip’s College – STEM CLUB
T.A.M.E (Texas Alliance for Minorities in Engineering)Trailblazer
Time Warner Cable San Antonio
UTSA Archeology Center
|San Antonio Police Department||
|San Antonio Silver Stars||
|SeaWorld San Antonio||
|The Institute of Texan Cultures||
|WAGGGS World Centers||
|Zumba by Naomi||
|The Arts||Outdoor Experiences|
|Art Projects||Army Disaster Unit|
|Arts SA||Army National Guard|
|Centerstage Academy||Bexar County Buffalo Soldiers Association|
|City of San Antonio Public Library||Forever Green Pledge|
|Photo Booth||Outdoor Reptiles of Texas|
|Singing Tree||Promised Land Dairy|
|Sunin Clay Studio||San Antonio Zoo|
|South Texas MAiZE|