Get Involved

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.

Become a Series Advisor - Volunteer for 6-8 Weeks 1-4 Times Per Year

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.


Become a Troop Leader - Volunteer Throughout the School Year

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.

Other Volunteer Opportunities

  • Troop Fall Sale or Cookie Sale Manager
  • Troop Field Trip Driver or Chaperone
  • Administrative Volunteer (ex:  process registration forms/data entry)
  • Adult Learning Facilitator (trainer) or Workshop Coordinator
  • Scouting for the Cure™ Event Committee Member
  • Thin Mint Sprint Event Committee Member
  • Archery Program Facilitator
  • Canoe/Kayak Program Facilitator
  • Challenge Course Facilitator
  • Family Campaign Manager
  • Gold Award Committee Member

All volunteers - except Series Advisor and Event Volunteers - need to complete  the online Girl Scouting 101 course (approximately 45 minutes long). Series Advisor and Event volunteers need to complete the online Volunteering for Girl Scouts Series & Events course (approximately 45 minutes long).  Some volunteer roles require a criminal background check and additional training.  

Please complete the Online Interest Card or call 704-731-6500 to get more information about volunteering.