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Work With Girls

Today's Girl Scout volunteerism opportunities may surprise you. Exciting, flexible pathways provide many ways for adults to participate in Girl Scouting. Pathways are simply different ways to get involved.

Whether you choose to work directly or indirectly with girls on a short-term or long-term basis, you will get all the instruction, guidance, and support that you will need to fulfill the responsibilities of your volunteer role successfully as you guide girls through the New Girl Scout Leadership Experience.

If you are able to dedicate time to work with girls on an ongoing basis, you might consider the following positions:

Long-Term Opportunities

  • Lead or assist a troop/group of girls
  • Mentor girls through special projects, activities and more
  • Facilitate new ways for girls to participate online
  • Assist during events or trips as a certified first aider

Short-Term Opportunities

  • Troop cookie chair
  • Program coordinator
  • Badge consultant
  • Event chaperone
  • Camping pathway facilitator
  • Short-term pathways facilitator

These are just a few of the many ways volunteers can participate in Girl Scouts. Not sure which type of volunteer role is right for you? Just contact us and we'll help guide you into the role that fits your needs. For more information about becoming a volunteer, please fill out the online adult interest form.

Work With Adults

Many opportunities exist in Girl Scouting for adults who want to interact with other adults. There are endless ways to volunteer in your local community, other locations or even the Girl Scout regional service centers:

Long-term Opportunities

  • Provide leadership at a local level so services get delivered to girls
  • Guide adults through new learning opportunities as a facilitator/trainer
  • Coach new volunteers so they feel comfortable in their roles
  • Recruit new volunteers, especially leaders
  • Consult with volunteers working with girls in various grade levels to approve forms and offer suggestions

Short-term Opportunities

  • Serve as a task group member
  • Be an ambassador for our Family Partnership campaign
  • Volunteer to help with phone-a-thons
  • Assist with grant applications
  • Translate materials into languages other than English

These are just a few of the many ways volunteers can participate in Girl Scouts. Not sure which type of volunteer role is right for you? Just contact us and we'll help guide you into the role that fits your needs. For more information about becoming a volunteer, please fill out the online adult interest form.