All volunteers should be registered members of GSUSA. All volunteer appointments will be made after registration is submitted and the potential volunteer has passed a background check and screening.
Providing Leadership for Girls
Want to participate in exciting activities, throughout the school year, with a small group of girls? You'll share so much as the girls in your troop earn awards and badges, go on field trips, and learn from community leaders and experts on issues important to your community.
Unplug from your everyday demands and explore the great outdoors with a group of like-minded girls. Share your passion and unique talents with tomorrow's outdoor enthusiasts.
Volunteering with Girl Scouts is flexible enough to fit into a busy schedule. Share your hobbies; volunteering can be a short time commitment, based on your interest. Many girls share your passion. Why not share your passions in a way that fits your schedule?
You have many ways to volunteer; many ways to make an impact. Come share your passion during half-day to three-day Girl Scout events.
Explore the world while empowering girls to develop leadership skills and gain confidence. Guide girls in planning, earning money, and preparing for local, national, and international trips. Take a group of girls traveling. Whether it’s across town or the world, the adventure will stay with you forever.
Virtual leaders use their technical skills to help girls connect virtually with other girls in the council to enhance their Girl Scout Leadership Experience.
Provide Secondary Support for Girls and Leaders
If you cannot assume a primary leadership role at this time, you can help by providing transportation to an outing, being part of an event committee, serving as a first-aid trained adult, or caring for small children during the meeting. No job is too small.
Girls of all ages work on Take Action/Community Service projects. Community experts in various fields are needed to help girls develop plans and implement sustainable projects.
Providing Leadership Support for Volunteers
Cookie Cupboard Manager
Cookie cupboard managers provide assistance and customer service to the troop level volunteer for activities associated with the council-sponsored peanut and/or cookie sale program by taking and filling orders at cupboards.
Office Administrative Volunteer
Office administrative volunteers provide support by accurately entering data, sorting and filing documents and completing general clerical work. Positions are available in the Product Sales, Program, and Membership Services departments. Appointments to these positions are made by department directors for a specified time period.
Service Unit Team Members
Service unit team members meet monthly and provide leadership and continuous support to local volunteers and girls. This volunteer management team is responsible for the recruitment, placement, and program opportunities in a given geographical area.
Adult Learning Facilitator
Adult learning facilitators provide learning opportunities for adult volunteers at the local or council level and through online classes, face-to-face workshops, or blended learning techniques.