marine corps recruit depot san diego

mcrd museum

registration form

Once you click on 'submit,' you will see text at the top of your screen acknowledging that your registration form has been sent. 


You will receive an email within 48 hours to confirm your registration.  In that email you will receive  a map, driving directions, and additional workshop information. You are not considered registered until you receive this confirmation email. If you haven't received an email within 48 hours, please call (619) 524-6038.


If the workshop is full, you will receive an email asking if you want to be placed on a waiting list.

         FAQ's  

  • This workshop will be held on Saturday, 13 January, from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM
  • This workshop will be held at the MCRD Museum in San Diego.
  • This workshop and museum admission is free!
  • Only parents/guardians may register their Scout(s) - No group or troop registrations will be accepted.
  • Registration is first come, first served. 
  • Registrations will be processed in the order in which they were received.
  • You are not considered registered until you receive an email that confirms that your registration has been processed by the MCRD Museum.
  • Other family members are welcome to sit in on the workshop, they just need to be in included in the list of all attendees.
  • Please check the museum website for information on what the workshop covers:

          http://www.corpshistory.org/info-for-girl-scouts.html

  • The Museum holds the workshop, but does not issue the Power of One Award.

This list is for the Military Police. If you are not on this list, you might not be able to enter MCRD on the workshop date.  If you aren't 100% sure a Scout. adult, or additional kid will attend, include them in this list anyway.  It is better to have the person's name on the list and end up not having them show up for the workshop, than to try to add people to the list at a later date, or have someone show up on the day of the workshop and not be on the list at all.  

Juniors power of one award workshop registration

about the workshop

For the Power of One award, Juniors will learn about a female Marine officer who served during World War II, Charlotte Gower.  Ms. Gower also held the distinction of being the only female Marine to have served with the OSS (the precursor organization to the CIA).  She was also a University professor, a Dean of Women's Studies, and a former POW (prisoner of war) during World War II.   Juniors will explore the amazing life of Charlotte Gower and compare her character with theirs.  During this award workshop, Juniors will interact with World War II museum artifacts and create a movie about Ms. Gower's life.