Take Her On A Leadership Journey She’ll Remember!

By: Kim Dunne, Media Manager

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Why are you a Girl Scout volunteer?

“I like being a positive role model,” said Richard.

“Because I get to expose the girls to so many new things and experience. It is rewarding to watch them learn new things,” said Cari.

“I am proud to be part of a special lifetime journey,” said Shamika

Were you a Girl Scout? Did you wish you were? By being a Girl Scout volunteer you have the opportunity to change a girls life! Girl Scouts exists because of our volunteers. It doesn’t matter about your time or talent, there is a place for you within Girl Scouts.

As a Girl Scout volunteer you can choose to work directly with girls by being a troop leader or advisor, designing or implementing a program for girls, or even sharing a skill or career with girls. You can reach out to the community and tell various boards and community groups about the wonderful work Girl Scouts is doing. You can work with other adults by serving on our board, leading a workshop or training, or even providing administrative help. Any role you decide to take on will impact the girls and their Girl Scout experience.

To find out more information about the volunteer opportunities available within Girl Scouts, click here.

Why are you a Girl Scout volunteer?

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