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Become a Girl Scout Troop Leader!!

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Wednesday, Dec 9, 2015 - Saturday, Dec 31, 2016
All Day
Oktibbeha, Clay, and Winston CountiesMap Location

Are you looking to make a real impact on the lives of girls in your community? Here’s your big chance!

As a Girl Scout Troop Leader, you’ll have the opportunity to introduce girls to new and exciting experiences every day. As an adventure maker, confidence builder and everyday life changer, you can be the inspiration a girl needs to discover her inner rock star, and she will be forever grateful.

This volunteer opportunity is full of endless possibilities and is adaptable to fit into your life. You and your co-leader can set your own schedule, and organize activities according to your expertise and the troop’s interests. Plus, we provide tons of training along your journey to help you and your troop grow and shine.

Contact Caroline Skelton at caroline.skelton@girlscoutshs.org for any questions.

Being a Girl Scout volunteer is as easy as 1-2-3 and 4! Complete the three steps below so we can ensure you the best possible experience with Girl Scouts.
 

Step 1
Fill out the Girl Scout Volunteer Application. http://www.girlscoutshs.org/volunteer
Tell us more about yourself. How and where would you like to volunteer? What age girls would you like to work with?

Step 2
Complete the Volunteer Background Check.
For the safety of the girls, we ask that volunteers complete a criminal background check. We appreciate your dedication to keeping our girls safe!

Step 3
Match the Council's Needs to Your Interests.
Girl Scouts Heart of the South offers many flexible ways for adults to volunteer in Girl Scouts. From one hour to one year, we have opportunities for you to work with girls and other adults, in large and small groups, near your home or at our offices and outdoor program properties!

Step 4
Support and Training
Volunteering with Girl Scouts will be a wonderful learning opportunity for you. We offer support and a great variety of trainings throughout the year.

Orientation, training, and guidance are provided to all our volunteers. We want every volunteer to have the tools they need to be successful and feel rewarded.We offer extensive learning opportunities for adult volunteers throughout the Heart of the South. It’s always easy to find the training you need at a convenient time, in a nearby location.

****Please Note: The Maroon Volunteer Center works hard to create a list of volunteer opportunities for the MSU community to participate in. These opportunities are in not sponsored, or conducted by the Maroon Volunteer Center, unless expressly specified as such, but by independent nonprofit or governmental entities who are responsible for the information and events provided. 

If you have a question about the opportunity, please contact the agency directly.****