Thank you for saying yes to becoming a Girl Scout Volunteer. The resources on this page will come in handy during your first Girl Scout year and beyond.
Your go-to resource as a new volunteer that gives an overview of Girl Scouting, our council, and getting started as a new volunteer.
An essential resource that is the operational how-to guide for Girl Scout volunteers.
Keep your troop information up to date by letting us know when and where your Girl Scout troop is meeting.
When opening a Girl Scout Bank Account, the financial institution may require specific documents. Please contact the bank prior to your visit to ensure you have the required documents.
The Volunteer Toolkit is a digital resource that supports troop leaders and co-leaders, making the process of running a troop easier and more efficient.
Whether you are looking for additional volunteers to help your troop or inviting new girls to join the fun, we have several resources to help you along the way.
Training is required for Girl Scout volunteers based on your role. New troop leaders must complete the Leader Basics learning path and your Grade Level learning path. This series must be completed within 30 days of beginning the leader role.
Help your Girl Scouts recite the Promise & Law with this helpful printable.
Join the Girl Scout Network.
Safety requirements and preparation for Girl Scout activities.
Raising Awesome Girls: Help for Parents and Caregivers
Campfire Chats bring together powerful Girl Scout alums and supporters at the top of their fields to educate and inspire people who are striving for a better world. These virtual events showcase a wide variety of topics, from cooking to financial literacy and career advice.