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Ways to Volunteer
As a volunteer, you'll introduce girls to new experiences that show them they're capable of more than they ever imagined.
You'll be their cheerleader, guide, and mentor, helping them develop skills and confidence that will last long after the meeting is over. Imagine the smiles, the excitement, the memories made--those are the moments you'll share at Girl Scouts.
Whether you can give a few hours, a few weeks, or a few months, volunteering with Girl Scouts is flexible and fun.
Be the role model she'll always remember. Start today.
Be the Role Model she’ll always remember.
Start today by completing these 3 easy steps:
Complete the Background Screening Process through Verified Volunteers
*You will be required to create an account with Verified Volunteer in order to submit your check and also be provided automatically with a copy of the completed report.
Complete the Welcome Video
GIRL PROGRAM MENTOR
Facilitate girl led planning, preparation, and implementation of the GSGC for the assigned grade level, utilizing grade level resources including Journeys and Girl’s Guide to Girl Scouting. Coordinate with other team members to organize outings and activities that align with the Journey’s theme. One Mentor per grade level.
Register the troop; and renew memberships annually. Ensure girls and their families are notified of date, time, and place of meetings and activities. Maintain girl participation records (including, but not limited to, attendance, awards received, and outcomes assessments). Obtain parent permission and council approval for activities and outings, as necessary. Facilitate participation in program quality observations. Maintain communication with the council and disseminate to team members. Coordinate the goals and work of all volunteers within the troop.
Ensure safety requirements are upheld, assigned (this could include group meetings, cookie booths and/or travel).
Set up and maintain accurate troop finance records, ensuring one adult unrelated to the treasurer is also on the troop’s bank account. Submit the Troop Finance Report and other designated paperwork by January 15 and June 15 each year.
TROOP SAFETY SPECIALIST
Ensure safety ratios are met for all meetings, activities, and outings. Review Safety Activity Checkpoints for all planning or proposed activities and outings serve as the designated first-aider or arrange for another first-aider to be present at all activities and outings. Ensure first aid kit is always present and accessible. Collect and maintain health history records for adult and girl troop members.
TROOP EVENT COORDINATOR
Coordinate with Girl Program Mentor(s) to ensure events support processes and outcomes. Coordinate with Troop Safety Specialist to guarantee
TROOP PRODUCT SALES MANAGER (Cookie Mom/Cookie Dad)
Organize and carry out troop product sales, submit monies and reports by deadlines. Receive, organize, and distribute troop program materials, products, payments, and incentives. Educate girls and parents in goal setting, safety, product, ordering, delivery, and responsibility. Ensure Girl Program mentor(s) understand how to incorporate product program aspects when facilitating GLSE. Maintain contact with Troop Administrator and Service Unit Product Sales Manager (or council Product Team) during the sale. Submit all reports and balance due to the Service Unit Product Sales Manager by the deadline.
TROOP OUTDOOR COORDINATOR
Coordinate with Girl Program Mentor(s) to ensure outdoor activities support processes and outcomes. Coordinate with Troop Safety Specialist to guarantee all outdoor activities meet safety requirements. Ensure all necessary council forms are completed and approved.