Prior to Girls State you will have an opportunity to attend an orientation. The orientations are scheduled by the American Legion Auxiliary District Presidents and conducted by current and former Girls State staff and citizens.
Attending an orientation is an excellent way to ask questions about Girls State, to make sure you have received and returned all the necessary paperwork, to meet other citizens, to gather tips on campaigning, and collect ideas for what to bring to Girls State.
Your parents or other family members are encouraged to attend with you.
If you are not able to attend the orientation scheduled in your area, you may attend any orientation held across the state.
|1||April 28||2:00pm MST||Valentine Post #90|
|2||April 28||1:00pm||Neligh Post #172|
|3||April 28||1:30pm||Emerson/Hubbard High School|
|4||May 5||1:00pm MST||Dalton Post #301|
|5||April 28||2:00pm||Hershey High School|
|6||April 7||1:00pm||Centura High School|
|7||April 7||2:00pm||Ashland Post #129|
|8||April 7||2:00pm||Valley Post #58|
|9||April 7||2:00pm||McCook – Evangelical Free Church|
|10||April 27||3:00pm||Minden Post #94, The Windmill|
|11||April 28||2:00pm||Wilber Legion Post #101|
|12||April 28||2:00pm||Weeping Water Post #237|
|13||April 28||2:00pm||Falls City Post #102|
|Lincoln||May 5||2:00pm||Lancaster Co. Extension Education Center|
If you have questions about the orientations please contact Nicole Vance at 712-490-0702 or firstname.lastname@example.org – OR – Kristi Nohavec at 402-416-9380 or email@example.com.