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 Scout 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 Central Texas is ready to get you started!
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.