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

Here's how you can become a Girl Scout volunteer:

  1. Select a volunteer role that interests you, or fill out the interest card to be contacted by a staff member.
  2. Complete the online volunteer application and criminal background check (see the form below). You may receive several emails messages from us; please be sure to check your spam folder.
  3. Depending on your preferred role, staff may contact you for additional information, an interview, or references.
  4. Ask your staff contact if you need to become a member of Girl Scouts of USA.
  5. Get prepared! Your staff contact will let you know about courses, resources, or other information you may need prior to starting 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 LEADERWORK DIRECTLY WITH GIRLS, HELPING THEM TO DEVELOP THEIR LEADERSHIP SKILLS IN AN INDIVIDUAL AND/OR GROUP SETTING. TROOP LEADERS/ADVISORS WILL HAVE THE ENTHUSIASM AND ABILITY TO GENERATE GIRLS’ INTERESTS AND CURIOSITIES ABOUT THE WAYS THEY CAN DISCOVER THEMSELVES, CONNECT WITH OTHERS, AND TAKE ACTION TO MAKE THE WORLD A BETTER PLACE THROUGH 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).
68CAMP PROGRAM SPECIALIST - ARCHERYPROVIDE ARCHERY INSTRUCTION, LEADERSHIP AND SUPERVISION AT A COMMUNITY CAMP EVENT
69CAMP PROGRAM SPECIALIST - NATUREDEVELOP AND PROVIDE NATURE BASED PROGRAM OPPORTUNITIES AT A CAMP EVENT
66CAMP PROGRAM SPECIALIST- BOATPROVIDE BOAT GUARD LEADERSHIP AND SUPERVISION on GSWW facilities
65CAMP PROGRAM SPECIALIST- LIFEGUARDPROVIDE LIFEGUARD SUPERVISION TO A CAMPING EVENT AT A GSWW FACILITY
71CAMP PROGRAM SPECIALIST -ORIENTEERING/OLSPROVIDE ORIENTEERING AND OUTDOOR LIVING SKILLS EXPERTISE AND LEADERSHIP TO CAMP PORGRAM
93CAMP SITE TEAM VOLUNTEER WORK PARTY OR VOLUNTEER IN CAMP SITE OR MAINTENANCE ASSISTANCE
45CERTIFICATION COURSE INSTRUCTORCOORDINATES, PLANS, PREPARES, PRESENTS, AND EVALUATES LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES (CERTIFIED BY AN OUTSIDE ORGANIZATION) WITH THE GOAL OF PROVIDING A QUALITY LEARNING EXPERIENCE FOR ADULTS THROUGHOUT THE JURISDICTION OF GIRL SCOUTS OF WESTERN WASHINGTON AND CONSISTENT WITH THE EXPECTATIONS OF THE CERTIFYING ORGANIZATION.
73COMMUNITY CAMP ASSISTANT COOKASSIST THE FOOD SUPERVISOR TO PREPARE AND DISTRIBUTE THE CAMP MEAL SERVICES PROGRAM
60COMMUNITY CAMP ASSISTANT DIRECTORASSIST THE CAMP DIRECTOR TO COORDINATE AND LEAD THE COMMUNITY CAMP EVENT
59COMMUNITY CAMP DIRECTORCOORDINATE AND LEAD A COMMUNITY RESIDENT CAMP EVENT FROM 3 NIGHTS TO 6 NIGHTS IN LENGTH
79COMMUNITY CAMP FIRST AID ASSISTANTSUPPORT THE HEALTH SUPERVISOR TO RESPOND TO THE HEALTH AND SAFETY NEEDS OF THE CAMP COMMUNITY DURING THE EVENT.
72COMMUNITY CAMP FOOD SUPERVISOR / QUANTITY COOKOVERSEE THE OPERATIONS OF THE CAMP KITCHEN, INCLUDING ALL FOOD SERVICES SUPERVISION REQUIREMENTS TO LEGAL STANDARDS
78COMMUNITY CAMP HEALTH SUPERVISOR - 4 NIGHTS +OVERSEE THE CAMP HEALTH SERVICES, INCLUDING CAMPER SCREENING, MEDICATION MANAGEMENT, AND RESPONSE TO CAMPER NEEDS
74COMMUNITY CAMP KITCHEN ASSISTANTASSIST IN THE KITCHEN AS NEEDED TO PROVIDE FOOD SERVICES FOR A CAMPING EVENT
75COMMUNITY CAMP PACK OUT COORDINATORWITH THE FOOD SUPERVISOR, PROVIDE UNIT PACK OUT SERVICES TO THE LIVING UNITS IN CAMP
62COMMUNITY CAMP PROGRAM AIDE COORDINATORLEAD, TRAIN, ADVISE, AND SCHEDULE PROGRAM AIDES IN A CAMP PROGRAM
83COMMUNITY CAMP PROGRAM BUSINESS MGR.MANAGE EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLY NEEDS FOR A CAMP PROGRAM, COMPLETE FINANCE REPORTS

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