Work with girls.
Lead a troop of girls, and have fun supporting them. Girls earn badges and awards, create community service projects, and learn valuable skills that last a lifetime.
Lead or assist a one-time event or a series (typically 4-8 weeks) around a topic, depending on your interests and skills.
Share your passion and unique talents with tomorrow’s outdoor enthusiasts. Lead a group of girls at outdoor programs, events, or camps.
Work with the adults who support girls.
Guide learning opportunities for other adults. This could include our core educational courses or First Aid.
Have a special skill you want to share with others, like crafts, cooking, or archery? Become a presenter and help other adults teach new skills to girls.
Service Team Member
Support a geographic area of adults who serve girls. Coordinate events, assist with recruitment, and help place girls in troops in your area.
Work with the community organizations.
Green Team Member
Share our mission and your personal Girl Scout story with community organizations interested in supporting our local Girl Scout Movement.
These positions are one-time service opportunities for a variety of projects or events. Service patrons are not required to complete a background check or be a registered member.