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Volunteering with Girl Scouts

Make a difference in the life of a girl by becoming a Girl Scouts volunteer.

Jessi Bernardini

on 28 November 2012

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Transcript of Volunteering with Girl Scouts

Volunteering with
Girl Scouts Empower Girls Make a difference in the life of a girl by becoming a Girl Scouts volunteer. We have opportunities for any adult with any amount of time to give. No prior Girl Scouting experience required! Fast
Facts By Jessi Bernardini You don't have to have a daughter to volunteer

You don't have to be a former Girl Scout to volunteer

Men are absolutely welcome to volunteer Did you know? Girl Scouts is not all about cookies, camping and crafts. While having fun is a big component, Girl Scouting's focus is on leadership development for girls. Why
Scouts? Our mission is to build girls of courage, confidence and character, who make the world a better place. We're a safe place for girls to explore the world and discover their own potential. In a fun, enriching environment, girls develop values, abilities, and skills to last a lifetime.

Girl Scouts values- honesty, fairness, kindness, courage, personal responsibility, service, respect for self and others- are timeless, and you can teach girls to lead with these values despite the challenges they face in today's world. Volunteer
Options Because your time and talents are precious, today's Girl Scouting offers unmatched volunteer flexibility.

Go to the next petal to see the five
common ways to volunteer: Episodic Volunteer Help with a single event. (Volunteer for as many or as few events as you want.) Site-Based Program Development Commit just 10 weeks (including training)
to delivering a program to girls at a location
like a community center or a school. Troop Volunteer Chattanooga 1936 Dayton Blvd
Chattanooga, TN 37415 Johnson City 1100 Woodland Ave
Johnson City, TN 37601 Knoxville 1567 Downtown West Blvd
Knoxville, TN 37919 1.800.474.1912 www.girlscoutcsa.org Questions? Lead the troop or just help out. Service Unit Team Volunteer Work with other volunteers to serve girls through special events and activities. Advisory Volunteer Work with the council to provide development and guidance for volunteers and girls, plus make recommendations on operational decisions. Click the following link to become a Volunteer http://www.girlscoutcsa.org/leaders/be-a-leader Click on the center
of the daisy to begin!
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