It’s always the right time to make a difference—and now is the perfect time to do that as a Girl Scout volunteer. Discover how good it feels to help Girl Scouts find their voice.
Just by being yourself, you can be a person that girls can count on—the one who listens intently, who encourages them to chase their goals, who keeps them laughing, and who helps them feel confident in who they are. Together, you’ll build a community where every girl is celebrated and valued.
You don’t have to have a child of your own to get involved; all you need is a passion for mentoring the next generation of leaders. Girl Scouts of Southwest Texas is ready to get you started!
Whether you can give a few hours, a few weeks, or a few months, volunteering with Girl Scouts is flexible and fun.
You can volunteer at the community level—an area that contains multiple troops—or at the troop/council level. All official troop and community volunteers must accept the Girl Scout Promise and Law.
Work with a group of girls and mentor them as they make new friends and develop connections that will last a lifetime.
Troop Money Manager, Co-Signer: Assist with money management to keep the troop running smoothly from week to week.
Keep the community team in the loop and get everyone connected as the lead volunteer in the community. Work to engage new and existing troop leaders and other volunteers, recruit new girls and adults, successfully meet goals that in turn support the overall efforts of Girl Scouts, and provide for a rich, memorable, and important Girl Scout experience for girls and adults within the community.
Community Membership Recruitment Coordinator: Plan and carry out back-to-school and recruitment events for adults and girls. They organize new members into troops securing troop leadership or place girls into existing troops or pathways.
Community Money Manager & Co-Signer: Manage the community funds and guide leaders in proper financial management of troop funds.
Community Communication Coordinator: Manage community communications and social media platforms, ensuring that privacy guidelines are met, accounts depict the community and its members in the best possible light, and Girl Scout brand standards are upheld.