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Ways to Volunteer

Be the troop leader that supports her every week—the one that watches her smile get bigger as she grows more confident. Mentor a Girl Scout Cookie Professional during cookie season so she can earn enough to reach the goals she and her troop set. Or work with other adults to provide the kind of behind-the-scenes support that makes it possible for her to make amazing new memories at Girl Scouts.

Whether you can give a few hours, a few weeks, or a few months, volunteering with Girl Scouts is flexible and fun.

Volunteer Roles


Work with a group of girls and mentor them as they make new friends and develop connections that will last a lifetime. 

Co-leader position agreement
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Troop Product Program Volunteers

Coordinate the annual nut or/and cookie programs 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 nut or cookie sellers ever!

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Troop Money Manager & Co-Signer

Assist with money management to keep the troop running oh-so-smoothly from week to week.

Money Manager & Co-Signer position description 
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Troop Helper

Assist with driving, activity planning, snacks, or other tasks necessary to keep the troop running oh-so-smoothly from week to week.

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Community Team Volunteers

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Short-Term Volunteers
Can’t commit to a being a co-leader but want to use some of your time to impact girls in Girl Scouts? Perfect for adults with extra time on their hands, students interested in earning a few community service hours or corporate volunteer teams. Sign up for our short-term volunteer opportunities at GivePulse
For more information on short-term volunteers
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Council Facilitator

Would you like to share your enthusiasm for Girl Scouting with others? Would you be willing to conduct leadership courses, outdoor education courses or specialty courses? If so, please email the completed Council Facilitator Agreement to Customer Care will contact you within five business days to welcome you and discuss the new trainer on-boarding process.

arrow2-right_32  Council Facilitator Agreement

Frequently-Asked Questions about Becoming a Council Facilitator

  • What does a facilitator do? A council facilitator has the responsibility for facilitating adult learning for adult Girl Scout volunteers to enable participants to carry out their specific Girl Scout volunteer responsibilities.
  • What types of courses does a facilitator teach? There are four types of course areas: Leadership, First Aid/CPR, Outdoor Education and Enrichment. Facilitators may teach in one or all areas depending on their interest. First Aid/CPR requires the completion of the four American Red Cross Instructor course.
  • What time commitment is required? Council facilitators are asked to conduct a minimum of 12 hours per year.
  • What does it cost? The American Red Cross First Aid/CPR Instructor has a cost for materials and includes ARC certification.
  • Do I have to facilitate by myself? Girl Scouts is committed to team teaching. Particularly as a new facilitator, you will work with other experienced facilitators to gain experience and familiarity with the session design manuals.
  • Who can be a teen facilitator?  Girls interested in being apprentice facilitators should email Volunteer Support to be considered for the Leader-In-Training apprenticeship.

For more information, please contact Customer Care at
210-349-2404 | toll free: 800-580-7247.

Camp/Seasonal Volunteers

Help girls explore nature and find their bliss outdoors.

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