Absolutely! Girls always need guides and mentors to help them develop into successful adults. Whether you’re a recent college grad, a parent, a retiree, or anyone with a sense of curiosity and adventure, your unique skills and experience are what make Girl Scouting a powerful leadership experience for girls.
Volunteer with Girl Scouts!
Be a Girl Scout volunteer.
You can help girls become their best selves.
As a Girl Scout volunteer, you can give girls opportunities to have fun, meet friends and make a difference in their communities and in the world.
When you become a volunteer, you’ll immediately start to feel and see the impact you can have on the lives of girls. You’ll be with them as they experience new adventures and learn new skills. You’ll watch their confidence soar. You’ll experience the joy of creating a more fair, equal, and compassionate world where every girl has a seat at the table.
After a year like no other, you can truly be a part of a new beginning for girls. You can help girls press play with Girl Scouts.
You’ll help her reach her potential while achieving your own.
You can grow by being a Girl Scout volunteer:
- Experience the confidence that comes with being a role model.
- Discover your leadership style as your girls discover theirs.
- Meet new people, make friends in your community and expand your professional network.
- Build new skills and have fun during the activities with your girls.
Girls are ready to go, and they can’t do it without you! Sign up to become a Girl Scout volunteer today.
Can parents and adults volunteer?
What will I do as a Girl Scout volunteer?
When can I join as a volunteer?
Is there a way to volunteer “sometimes”?
Is there a screening process?
What about safety?
Use the Adult Membership Financial Assistance form to request membership payments from the Medicaid insurers listed below, council provided assistance or to pay with cash, or check.