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​Thank you for your interest in volunteering with Girl Scouts of Western Washington!

Four Steps to Become a Girl Scout Volunteer

  1. Fill Out Your Forms
    Complete the online volunteer application and criminal background check (see the form below). You may receive several emails from us, so please be sure to check your spam folder!
  2. Connect with Staff
    Depending on your preferred role—which you will select when you fill out the application—our staff may contact you for additional information, an interview, or references.
  3. Become a Member
    Ask your staff contact if you need to become a member of Girl Scouts of USA.
  4. Get Prepared
    Your staff contact will let you know about courses, resources, or other information you may need before you start your volunteer experience.

 

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Below is a list of all the ways you can volunteer with us. Please select one of the choices below by clicking the related checkbox on the left and then clicking 'Next' at the bottom of the screen. To shorten the list of options that display, enter a key word in the Title and Description field, or select a specific Area of Interest and click 'Search.'

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40Assistant Troop LeaderWorks cooperatively with other leaders and directly with girls, helping girls to develop their leadership skills in a group setting and deliver the Girl Scout Leadership Experience.
55BEYOND BARS VOLUNTEER DRIVER (BELLINGHAM)DRIVE BETWEEN 2 AND 4 GIRLS FROM BELLINGHAM AND EVERETT TO AND FROM THE SEATTLE GIRLS SCOUT OFFICE, TWO SATURDAYS A MONTH, SO THAT THEY CAN ATTEND A GIRL SCOUT TROOP MEETING LED BY THEIR INCARCERATED MOTHERS AT WASHINGTON CORRECTION CENTER FOR WOMEN. ARRIVE IN SEATTLE AT 10:45 AM AND DEPART FOR RETURN TRIP AT 5:00 PM. MILEAGE REIMBURSED (CURRENT RATE .50 CENTS PER MILE).
56BEYOND BARS VOLUNTEER DRIVER (BREMERTON)DRIVE BETWEEN 1 AND 3 GIRLS FROM BREMERTON TO WASHINGTON CORRECTION CENTER FOR WOMEN IN GIG HARBOR, TWO SATURDAYS A MONTH, SO THAT THEY CAN ATTEND A GIRL SCOUT TROOP MEETING LED BY THEIR INCARCERATED MOTHERS AT WASHINGTON CORRECTION CENTER FOR WOMEN. ARRIVE AT FACILITY AT 12:15 PM AND DEPART FOR RETURN TRIP AT 3:45 PM. MILEAGE REIMBURSED (CURRENT RATE .50 CENTS PER MILE).
156Cadette Journey Retreat Volunteer 
154Camp Site Work Party VolunteerWork Party Volunteers participate in site maintenance on GSWW camp properties; work parties are organized throughout the year by the site host at each property.
59Community Camp Leadership TeamCOORDINATE AND LEAD A COMMUNITY RESIDENT CAMP EVENT FROM 3 NIGHTS TO 6 NIGHTS IN LENGTH
80Community Camp VolunteerPROVIDE LEAD SUPERVISION TO A LIVING UNIT OF GIRLS OR CAMPERS FOR THE DURATION OF THE CAMP EVENT
142Community Development Volunteer - NorthCommunity Development has many options for volunteers in the areas of public relations, communication, events, recruitment, and more. Contact your local Regional Office to discuss your interests in volunteering. 
143Community Development Volunteer - PeninsulaCommunity Development has many options for volunteers in the areas of public relations, communication, events, recruitment, and more. Contact your local Regional Office to discuss your interests in volunteering.
9Community Development Volunteer - SouthCommunity Development has many options for volunteers in the areas of public relations, communication, events, recruitment, and more. Contact your local Regional Office to discuss your interests in volunteering.
109CUPBOARD PRODUCT MANAGERManages all facets of Cookie Cupboard Management for the duration of the Cookie Sale while working with GSWW Product Program Team, Service Unit Volunteers, Troop Volunteers, adults, and girls.
24Day Camp Leadership TeamOVERSEE DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION OF A VOLUNTEER-RUN DAY CAMP PROGRAM THAT IS CONSISTENET WITH THE GIRL SCOUT MISSION, PROGRAM GOALS, PROMISE, LAW AND ALL GIRL SCOUTS OF THE USA AND GIRL SCOUTS OF WESTERN WASHINGTON AND THE AMERICAN CAMP ASSOCIATION POLICIES AND HEALTH AND SAFETY STANDARDS.
31Day Camp VolunteerASSIST THE DAY CAMP DIRECTOR WITH DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION OF A VOLUNTEER-RUN DAY CAMP PROGRAM THAT IS CONSISTENT WITH THE GIRL SCOUT MISSION, PROGRAM GOALS, PROMISE, LAW, AND ALL GIRL SCOUTS OF THE USA AND GIRL SCOUTS OF WESTERN WASHINGTON AND THE AMERICAN CAMP ASSOCIATION POLICIES AND HEALTH AND SAFETY STANDARDS.
49FACILITATORCOORDINATES, PLANS, PREPARES, PRESENTS AND EVALUATES LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES WITH THE GOAL OF PROVIDING A QUALITY GIRL SCOUT EXPERIENCE FOR ADULTS THROUGHOUT THE JURISDICTION OF GIRL SCOUTS OF WESTERN WASHINGTON.
34FIRST LEGO LEAGUE COACHCOACH GIRL TEAMS THROUGHOUT COMPETITION SEASON
163Global Action Summit Counselor 
153GOLD AWARD PROJECT ADVISORA Gold Award Project Advisor serves as a one-on-one mentor to a girl working on her Gold Award. If you already have agreed to work with a specific girl, please type her first and last name into “notes” section of this form.
37Highest Awards FacilitatorHighest Awards Facilitators become experts in the Girl Scouts’ Take Action process and are comfortable teaching about it to others. These individuals will lead learning opportunities related to Gold and/or Silver Awards in at least one of the following formats: in-person workshops, online webinars, online discussion boards, or one-on-one correspondence with girls via email/phone to answer specific questions (you can chose which formats you are most comfortable with). These facilitators work primarily with girls in 6th through 12th grades, but may teach adults from time to time as well. Highest Awards Facilitators are an integral part of the Girl Scout Leadership Experience and equip girls with the knowledge and confidence to successfully earn the Gold and Silver Awards. Highest Awards Facilitators are also asked to participate in at least one full-day meeting per year to revise and update Highest Award curricula and may also be invited to provide other feedback/support to the overall Highest Awards program, as needed. Highest Awards Facilitators receive direct support from the Program Manager for Highest Awards.
149Highest Awards Review Committee MemberThe charge of the Highest Awards Review Committee is to foster success of the Highest Awards program throughout Girl Scouts of Western Washington, ensuring that girls are at the center of the program. Members of this committee will be positive champions for the Gold Award guidelines established by Girl Scouts of the USA and will work to support girls in meeting these guidelines. Committee members will have a thorough understanding of the Gold Award guidelines, standards and processes. The primary responsibility of the committee is for its members to work as a team to review and approve projects, while providing meaningful feedback to girls in a supportive and welcoming format. The committee may be asked to provide input on critical decisions related to the Highest Awards program. The committee will be supported and advised by the Program Manager for Highest Awards. Duties of Committee Members: • Conduct phone, Skype, or in-person pre-project interviews with girls on an as-needed basis • Review and approve project proposals • Review and approve final reports, officially conferring the Gold Award • Provide constructive feedback (written and verbal) to girls in partnership with the Program Manager for Highest Awards o Feedback may take place during pre-project interviews or via emails/calls • Regularly attend monthly evening meetings (connecting online or attending in-person) • Attend two in-person 1-day retreats per year • Check and respond to email regularly (at least once per week) • Work with committee members to review and revise Proposal and Final Report forms once per year • Understand the Gold Award guidelines set by GSUSA and GSWW, and stay informed of any changes
100Office HelperSupports administrative functions in regional offices.

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