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Girl Scout volunteers come from all walks of life. Some are stay-at-home or working moms and dads who want more quality time with their daughters. Many are grandparents or retirees. Others are professional women or college students who may not have daughters, yet know the value of the Girl Scout experience.
Why be a Girl Scout Volunteer?
Make a positive impact on the lives of girls
Develop leadership skills
Give back to the community
Enjoy being respected and appreciated
Make new friends and enjoy an instant network
Learn new skills and experience new adventures
Make a difference!
Whatever your background, whatever your interest, whatever commitment your schedule permits, Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia needs your experience and energy to serve the increasing number of girls who are or want to be Girl Scouts.
To be a Girl Scout Volunteer, you must be:
At least 18 years old
Male or Female, with or without children or grandchildren
Willing to become a member of Girl Scouts
Willing to share time, expertise and friendship with girls and adults
Willing to complete free training, if necessary
Passionate about building girls of courage, confidence and character who make the world a better place
Whether you have one hour per day, per week, or per month to share, a meaningful Girl Scout Pathway awaits.
Short-term Service Pathways
Troop Assistant or First Aider
Challenge Course Facilitators
Special Interest Program Presenter
o Cultural Awareness
o Healthy Living
o Science, Technology, Engineering, Math (STEM)
o Water Sports
o You name it!
Long-term Service Pathways
Troop Leader, co-Leader or Assistant Leader
Service Unit Team Member
Opportunities to Work with Other Adults
Leadership or Skills Trainer
Service Unit Manager
Cookie Program Manager
Fund Development Manager
You can volunteer to assist different Girl Scout Pathways, such as:
Recruit recent alumni or college students to help on a Service Unit event committee. These young people like to volunteer, but may not have time every week. They could help you plan your Service Unit events and then be there at the event to work it.
Recruit volunteers to help at your Service Unit summer day camp or help plan a Service Unit camporee
Recruit a volunteer from a travel agency to help plan a trip for older girls in your Service Unit
Recruit a college student that is on the dance team or cheer squad to help plan a series of event for the girls in your Service Unit that are interested in those sports. What about a female black-belt or female police officer to lead a series of self defense classes for girls in the community and our girls?
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