Everyone can use a little guidance, whether you’re a brand-new volunteer or a seasoned veteran. The resources on this page will help you along the way in your volunteer journey. Whether you’re looking for guidance on managing troop finances or need help planning your first year of meetings, you’ll find everything you need.
Work with a group of girls and mentor them as they make new friends and develop connections that will last a lifetime.
Assist with driving, activity planning, snacks, money management, or other tasks necessary to keep the troop running from week to week.
**All of the above troop team members must complete a background check.
Support and mentor adult volunteers as they work with Girl Scouts to develop leadership and create memories that will last a lifetime.
There are so many ways you can volunteer.
Volunteers can help with events and other activities. Volunteers may help with one event a year, a monthly activity, or at other times when extra help is needed.
Interested in learning more? Email Member Care or call 1-855-232-GSHH (4744).
Many of your must-have tools, like gsLearn and the Volunteer Toolkit, are accessible when you log in to MyGS —always accessible via the icon on the upper right corner of our website.
The Volunteer Toolkit is a customizable planning tool where you can find suggested meeting plans for most badges, access activity guides and badge requirements, track your Girl Scouts’ achievements, and so much more. It’s the digital planning assistant that will help you power a fun-filled—and organized—Girl Scout year.
You’ll find the Volunteer Toolkit via the left menu bar of MyGS in My Account. It’s accessible on any desktop, tablet, or mobile device.
gsLearn is full of essential volunteer trainings and courses, like how to lead activities the Girl Scout way, safety procedures, and advice for guiding Girl Scouts at every grade level.
You’ll find gsLearn via the left menu bar of MyGS in My Account. It’s accessible on any desktop, tablet, or mobile device, and it will be populated with any trainings you should view.
Check out Forms and Documents for local most-used resources.