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Other Volunteer Roles

Other Volunteer Roles

There are so many ways to volunteer with Girl Scouts beyond being a troop leader—and we’re here to help you succeed in whatever role you take on. Check out volunteer learning workshops and online modules for specific roles:

Service Unit Manager
  • Service Unit Manager Workshop: The in-person Service Unit Manager Workshop (link coming soon!) will teach you the ins and outs of leading a Girl Scout service unit.
Outdoor Specialist 
  • Getting Started Modules: Complete these Getting Started modules—Introduction, Girl Scout Program, and Volunteer Essentials and Safety Activity Check Points.
  • Day Trip Planning: If you’re going on a field trip away from your meeting site for four or more hours, you'll need to complete the online Day Trip Planning Workshop.
  • Basic Overnights: Completion of this Online Learning Module is required before taking Outdoor Overnight in person sta0-rting in the Fall of 2016.
  • Outdoor Overnight: To sleep outdoors and take a trip for two nights or less, attend an in-person Outdoor Overnight Workshop. For those volunteers with extensive outdoor experience in the Pacific Northwest as well as significant outdoor leadership experience with children, we provide an equivalency process. You can apply for the equivalency process here.
  • Outdoor Specialist: Volunteers who aren't troop leaders can serve as a troop's outdoor specialist and help girls get outside! Here are more details on the training you need for this role.
Volunteer Facilitator or Coach
  • Facilitating Adult Learning: Email us to schedule a short interview. Afterward, we’ll send you a link to register for the Facilitating Adult Learning workshop.
  • Coach Preparation Workshop: The in-person Volunteer Coach Workshop will teach you coaching skills, strategies, resources, and problem solving techniques.
Highest Awards Facilitator
Robotics Coach or Mentor
  • Robotics Coach Interview: Email us to schedule a short interview. After that, we'll send you more program-specific learning resources.
Volunteer-Led Camp Volunteer

Email Volunteer-Led Camping Director if you are interested in volunteering at a Day, Twilight or Community Camp. There are opportunities all over the council. More information on locations can be found here

Roles include everything from day volunteer to core planning team or camp director. Depending on your position or on the type of camp you’re interested in, you’ll need to take one of the following workshops, which are usually offered once a year. These workshops are required for camp directors, but are also great for the rest of your leadership team:

  • In-person Planning Weekend Camps Workshop
  • In-person Planning Day and Twilight Camps Workshop 
  • In-person Planning Community Camps Workshop
Camp Health Supervisor
  • First Aid/CPR: You can find a class near you (fire stations, hospital, parks and recreation and colleges often offer courses), check out chapter four in Volunteer Essentials for more information.
  • Health Supervisor Module: Complete the online Health Supervisor module to learn everything you need to know about this role.
Certified Specialist

For Archery Instructor, Small Craft Safety, and Quantity Cooking volunteer positions, we offer in-person certification workshops throughout the year.