Girl Scouts of gateway council


Become a Volunteer

Whether you can give a day, a few weeks, or the whole year 
it all starts with you.

As a volunteer, you'll introduce girls to new experiences that show them they're capable of more than they ever imagined.

Girl Scouting offers volunteer opportunities that can be tailored to suit most busy schedules. Listed below are current opportunities within Gateway Council. If you find an opportunity that meets your skills and schedule, Check out these opportunities on VolunteerMatch and complete the interest form. We'll be in touch!

Administrative Volunteer We have several positions available varying in tasks from data entry to receptionist skills. Our office is in need of help processing member registrations, answering phones, etc. This position is short term or long term depending on your availability.

Coach  Coaches support adult volunteers to ensure that all girls have a high-quality Girl Scout Troop experience. The Coach supports recruitment of new girls and volunteers and the retention of existing members. Coaches place girls in troops and continually work with volunteers to deliver opportunities for growth and skill-building.

Event Volunteer Join the Girl Scouts in helping make our Adult Events successful! Are you a planner? Enjoy working in a committee setting? You would be a great fit on one of our exciting Girl Scout Volunteer Committees.

Facilitator  Do you have an interest in facilitating courses for volunteers? Become a Girl Scouts of Gateway Council Facilitator! We are currently looking for Volunteer Adult Learning Facilitators who are passionate about making a difference in the lives of others.

File Clerk Are you looking for a volunteer opportunity in an office setting? Join Girl Scouts of Gateway Council, and help us in the office by doing some administrative tasks including filing and possibly some data entry

Highest Award Celebration Sub-Committee Member  Celebrate girls’ achievements and hard work at the annual Medals of Honor event. Girls will be recognized for earning the Highest Awards in Girl Scouting. Help make this event a success from start to finish through planning, preparation and event completion.

Highest Award Mentoring Sub-Committee Member  Help a girl leave a legacy in her community through a Girl Scout Gold Award project. This solo project encourages valuable leadership skills while building confidence and character. Help guide her through this award process from start to finish by mentoring her through the steps to complete this award.

 Highest Award Training Sub-Committee Member  Help a girl grow in her leadership skills by training her in the Girl Scout Bronze, Silver and Gold Awards processes during the All That Glitters events held bi-annually. Girls will learn about assessing needs, creating sustainable projects, meet local non-profit organizations and even go on a college tour!

Leader/ Advisors/Mentors  Work with a committee of adult volunteers to directly serve girls in the troop or group setting. Provide leadership to troops that support girls in becoming their best selves. With this dedicated girl-adult partnership, girls learn values and life skills so that they may become resourceful citizens and competent leaders.

Public Relations Coordinator  We are looking for a few talented, energetic, organized people to join our communications team! A desire to learn about non-profit communications and public relations, and the ability to work with many different personalities is important. Good writing skills, experience with blogs and social media are required.

Service Unit Treasurer  The Service Unit Treasurer ensures accurate recording and reporting of Service Unit funds. Under the direction of the Service Unit Manager, Treasurers support the activities of the Service Unit by managing funds in the Service Unit bank account in a transparent manner by keeping detailed financial records and reporting on the financial status of the Service Unit regularly.

Troop Registrar  Manage the troop membership registration process by ensuring leaders and parents register their troop members before October 1, helping leaders ensure all new girls are registered in a timely manner, keeping records of current membership following-up on any lapsed girl and adult membership.

Troop Treasurer  The Troop Treasurer ensures accurate recording and reporting of troop funds. Under the direction of the troop leader and committee, Treasurers support the activities of the troop by managing funds in the troop bank account in a transparent manner by keeping detailed financial records and reporting on the financial status of the troop regularly.

Did you have a special skill that you want to share but don't find a match in the positions listed above?

Please call 904.388.4653 or email and let us know.

Thank you for your interest in volunteering with Girl Scouts of Gateway Council!

























































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