Welcome to The American Legion Auxiliary’s Empire Girls State Program…
…inspirational, educational, life-changing, and fun!

The 2020 Session of the American Legion Auxiliary Empire Girls State program will be June 28, 2020 to July 12, 2020 and it will take place as a virtual learning experience. 

ALA Empire Girls State Update: June 24, 2020

The Login information has been sent via the email that was provided on citizen applications. Please log in and complete a brief survey (Roll Call Google Form found in the Classwork Tab) by 9:00pm Saturday, June 27th. Program materials will be available beginning at 8:00 am Sunday, June 28th and will remain available for two weeks. 

**If you are having difficulty joining the class with the class code provided, please be sure you are in the correct google account. Click on your photo or round symbol in the top right corner and select (or add) the correct google account. If you have been using your computer for school, you may need to switch from a school/restricted account, to your personal google account. If you are still experiencing difficulty after making this change, respond to the instruction email.
Please keep in mind that you have access to the materials ANY time of day and that moderators will be available everyday including weekends from 9:00am to 5:00pm. Questions or comments posted after 5:00PM, might not receive a response until the next day. 
Please review your informational email closely
Please read the welcome message on the Classroom Stream
Please complete the Roll Call Google Form by 9:00pm Saturday, June 28th
Please visit empiregirlsstate.org and the American Legion Auxiliary Empire Girls State facebook page
Kris Tiina Dziduch
American Legion Auxiliary Empire Girls State
2nd Vice Chairman/Registrar 2020

“Being in EGS has made me into the woman I am today: confident, independent, kind, and most importantly, a leader in today’s world. As an EGS citizen, I learned so much about U.S. government and became prouder to be an American. As an EGS counselor for three years, I learned how to put my leadership skills to the test and serve as a role model and teacher for so many amazing young women. My experience at EGS and all the women who continue to make this program successful each year will always have a special place in my heart. As a citizen, EGS 2007 and as a counselor in 2009, 2010, and 2011, I will never forget the lessons I’ve learned and the friendships I’ve made. “I will always remember you…” and never forget that you can always “lean on me.”


“EGS made me so proud to be an American, as cliché as it sounds. Before EGS I never really thought about how lucky I was to be born in the USA, but since my week in Brockport, not a day goes by where I am not grateful for my citizenship.”

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