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Ways-to-Volunteer

Ways to Volunteer

Be the troop leader that supports her every week—the one that watches her smile get bigger as she grows more confident. Mentor a Girl Scout Cookie Professional during cookie season so she can earn enough to reach the goals she and her troop set. Or work with other adults to provide the kind of behind-the-scenes support that makes it possible for her to make amazing new memories 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.

Volunteer Roles
 

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Troop Leader
Be a role model for girls and help them discover their own potential! Work together with other trained adult volunteers to plan troop meetings and activities that bring the Girl Scout Leadership Experience to life while girls discover and try new things, connect with their peers and take action in their community. Volunteer Now

 

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Parent Helper
Want to be involved in your girl’s troop but not sure how? As a parent helper you can assist with planning activities and meetings, coordinate outings and use your special talents to inspire the girls. Volunteer Now

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Driver/Chaperone
Would you like to experience Girl Scout adventures with your girl?  Help with transporting girls on outings and trips. *Must be a registered and approved GS adult member. Volunteer Now

 

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Service Unit Managers
Experienced service team members with an array of skills may enjoy the challenge of managing the multiple aspects of Girl Scouting in their area. Serving as the liaison between the GSME staff and local volunteers, the SUM guides the team to achieve its goals in line with statewide priorities and fosters a fun, effective partnership. Volunteer Now

 

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Service Unit Treasurer
The Treasurer is responsible for collecting and depositing funds, maintaining the unit budget for the area and communicating with the team about income and expenses. She/he assists troop leaders with setting up a sound financial accounting system. Volunteer Now

 

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Service Unit Program Coordinator
Do you enjoy planning events for family and friends?  The Program Coordinator works well with others to ensure events that educate and inspire girls of all levels are held locally. Volunteer Now

 

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Service Unit Volunteer Support Coordinator
Using your experience as a troop leader, provide support to other volunteers.  Help new and seasoned leaders alike understand how to employ the Girl Scout Leadership Experience ensuring their troop programming is girl-led with hands on activities that allow for cooperative learning.  Share tips, tools and best practices while recognizing those of others to create a nurturing volunteer community. Volunteer Now

 

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Service Unit Community Recruiter
Spread the joy of Girl Scouting by visiting schools and community events.  As the face of Girl Scouts in your community you will seek out new opportunities to recruit girls and adults as well as continue successful strategies to engage new volunteer leadership. Volunteer Now

 

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Service Unit Product Sales Supervisor – Fall
Would you like to help troops earn needed funds for the new membership year? The Fall Product Sales Program helps troops earn funds as girls learn people skills, money management and goal setting skills. The Fall Supervisor helps distribute information, promotes the program and coordinates the fall sale for the area. Volunteer Now

 

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Service Unit Product Sales Supervisor – Cookies
hat’s your favorite cookie? Train and inform the girls and troops in your area and coordinate the delivery of cookies during the best time of year - cookie season! The Cookie Supervisor is available to leaders to answer questions and provide insight into how best to make cookies an enriching financial literacy program for girls. Volunteer Now

 

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Service Unit Product Sales – Cupboard Supervisor
Managing the inventory of the local cookie cupboard means being accessible and communicating with the troops and families in the area. Being available to provide stock for booth sales will maximize the opportunities for troops and girls to earn money and have a successful sale! Volunteer Now

 

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Service Unit Learning Facilitator
Are you a life-long learner who likes to share what you learn with others?  Present enrichment workshops and new leader training in your area for adults and older girls. Volunteer Now