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.
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Who can be a Girl Scout volunteer?
There’s no one “type” of volunteer. If you believe that Girl Scouts can change the world, you belong here. Whether you’re a recent college grad, a caregiver or parent, a retiree, or anyone with a sense of curiosity and adventure, your unique skills and experience are what make Girl Scouting a powerful leadership experience for youth.
What roles are available as a volunteer?
Volunteers help in all kinds of ways, both large and small. The most common volunteer role is a troop leader. Troops often have multiple volunteers leading the group, so you won’t be on your own. You can also support cookie booths, chaperone field trips, or be a guest speaker. Volunteers have many opportunities to join in the fun of Girl Scouting—and make a real, positive impact on youth.