Ever want to forget everybody else’s expectations and just…be you? When you volunteer with Girl Scouts, you’ll be creating a community where being your unfiltered, goofiest, most authentic self is the absolute best thing you can be.
Our local volunteers lead with their hearts and spark imaginations. They help Girl Scouts explore unique interests and unlock their potential.
1. Complete the volunteer registration process online. Background checks are required for most volunteers working directly with girls, handling troop funds/products, and administrative volunteers. If your position does require a background check, you will receive an email link to complete the background check process after completing your volunteer registration. Financial aid is available for the following positions: Troop Leader, Assistant Leader, Troop Treasurer, Troop Cookie Chair, Troop Fall Product Chair, Troop Driver, Troop Chaperone, Troop First Aider, Service Unit Administrator, Service Unit Treasurer, Service Unit Cookie Chair, Service Unit Fall Product Chair, Service Unit Recruiter, Service Unit Membership Advisor, Service Unit Event Pathway Consultant, Service Unit Communications Liaison, Service Unit Fund Development Liaison, Service Unit Council Trainer and Service Unit Wilderness First Aider.
2. Get Connected: Once your registration is completed you will receive an email with information to get you started.
3. Get Trained: Visit our volunteer resources page for basic training requirements and other information.
4. Stay Connected: Attend monthly local meetings in your neighborhood service unit. Learn about upcoming opportunities and network with other volunteers.
Coordinate the annual cookie sale at the troop level. Set up cookie booths, manage inventory and money, and then watch the girls light up when they earn the rewards for being the best cookie sellers ever!
Coordinate the annual fall product sale at the troop level. Coordinate product orders, manage inventory and money, and then watch the girls light-up when they earn the rewards!
Budget and manage all financial affairs of the troop and to see that all forms are completed and submitted properly.