Would you like to volunteer with a troop, a group of girls who meet regularly to learn skills, earn badges, celebrate traditions, and serve the community? A troop position is a great fit for a person who is looking to volunteer directly with a group of girls, can coordinate regular meetings with parents and families, and can commit to working with a Girl Scout troop on a regular basis, for 6 weeks to 12 months. Are you organized, energetic, and ready to help girls develop as leaders?Click for more details
• Troop Helpers serve as drivers or an extra set of hands as needed.
• The time, place, and frequency of troop meetings is up to the volunteers and parents.
• Troops may meet for a short period of 6-8 weeks, during the entire school year, or for an entire year.
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If you think volunteering for Girl Scouts is a full-year commitment, think again! If you would like to get involved, but you’re unsure about your schedule or the best fit for you, we’ve got short-term, occasional, or one-time opportunities to lend a hand. You might find yourself checking in participants at a special event or sorting cookies at a Cookie Cupboard. Contact your closest regional office for the latest opportunities.
LEAD Team Positions
The LEAD team plans, organizes, and promotes activities and product sales for a geographic area. As a team, everyone works together to build Girl Scout opportunities! If you are great at planning fun events, coordinating with different team members, and want to see Girl Scouts growing and thriving near you, consider taking a role on the LEAD team. Click for more details
• The LEAD team includes volunteers working in different positions, such as a Service Unit Manager or Assistant Manager, Product Sales Organizers, Special Event volunteers, and Recruiters.
• The Troop Organizer oversees troops within the service unit, and Troop Mentors help new troop volunteers get started.
• We will help you find the best fit for you on your LEAD team!
Support Roles and Committees
Perhaps you have a unique skill to share, or you’re looking for a regular, behind-the-scenes volunteer role. We have support volunteers who help keep Girl Scouts running! If you’re still not sure where you fit in,click for some additional options.
• Is event planning your thing? Join a planning committee for a special annual Girl Scout event!
• Are you an efficient administrator? Help out a council office!
• Up for a 6-8 week commitment with a group of girls? Develop a series for girls on the topic that inspires YOU – like art, cooking, or chemistry. Girls will build confidence by trying something new, and you’ll have the fun of sharing your passion!
• Make a connection! Talk to your employer about starting an employee volunteer program. Employees could deliver Girl Scouting to a local school during business hours.
• These are just a few examples, but the possibilities are endless! If you are interested in supporting Girl Scouts, we will be happy to find a place for your time and talents.