Join us in our new national campaign, ToGetHerThere. ToGetHerThere is the boldest advocacy initiative dedicated to girls' leadership issues in the nation's history. The long-term goal is to create gender-balanced leadership in one generation - to have men and women equally represented in all leadership aspects of society. To do that, everyone must play a role in helping girls reach their leadership potential. Because when girls succeed, so does society.
We have many opportunities for concerned, caring adults like you who want to make a difference in the life of a girl. Take a look at the options below and complete the Online Interest Card for more information because together, we will get her there.
Many girls and adults want to be a part of Girl Scouting but their schedule or interests are more suited to a shorter-term experience. In a Girl Scout series, a group of approximately 20 girls meet together for a 6-8 week themed leadership program under the guidance of 2-3 adult Advisors. We have a robust network of schools and other sponsorships such as religious organizations and community centers that will be hosting series programs in 2012-2013.
Click here for Series Advisor FAQs and the 7 easy steps to become a Series Advisor.
While we have many volunteer opportunities available, from troop field trip driver to event committee member to adult trainer, our greatest need is for troop leaders/assistant leaders. Did you know that in some areas, we have girls on waiting lists for Girl Scout troops? Yes, the time commitment of a troop leader is larger than some other volunteer roles, but the rewards are priceless.
Click here to see the 10 easy steps to start a troop.