Girl Scouts has volunteer opportunities for everyone, whether you have a little or a lot of time to give. Every attempt will be made to place volunteers in positions that meet both their needs and the needs of the Council. Volunteers must be 18 or older and will receive training for their role. Volunteer opportunities are available for both women and men.
Troop volunteers work together to provide a quality Girl Scout Leadership Experience for the girls assigned to their troop. There are several ways to volunteer with troops, including becoming a troop leader.
Service units are teams of volunteers that work together to provide a quality Girl Scout Leadership Experience for the girls in their community through events and other activities.
Site-based volunteers work with girls at locations such as schools, churches, and community centers to bring the Girl Scout Leadership Experience to them for a specific program, series, or activity.
Advisory volunteers work with council staff to provide development and guidance for volunteers and girls, as well as make recommendations on operational decisions. These volunteers provide a quality Girl Scout Leadership Experience for girls through service in an advisory capacity.
Episodic volunteers help with events and other activities occasionally. Episodic volunteers may help with one event a year, or may help with a monthly activity, or at other times that extra help is needed and the volunteer is available.
Specific volunteer openings may be found on our VolunteerMatch page.
Interested in volunteering? Fill out our volunteer application.