Troop Leader/Troop Co-Leader: Ready for a leadership role?
Troop Leaders are memory makers: they lead and guide a group of
girls through Girl Scouting, and they take the girls’ interests and
abilities into consideration when planning out their fun. As girls
get older, Troop Leaders guide more than lead, but continue to help
girls develop skills and confidence that will last a lifetime. Each
troop should have one Leader and one Co-Leader.
Troop Helper: Want to work with girls but not quite ready for
a leadership role? These volunteers play a big role in making the
troop run smoothly. They're an extra set of eyes, ears and hands
that allows the troop to safely explore the world around them. Need
a driver for adventures big and small? Someone to chaperone a trip?
Troop Committee Volunteers can do it all!
Troop Product Program Manager - Cookies: Ready to dive in but
not available for a full year? This volunteer handle all aspects of
the Girl Scout Cookie Program at the troop level – from planning
activities to entering data in our online system, and they work
primarily from December through April. When it comes to cookies,
these girls mean business!
Troop Product Program Manager - Nut, Candy, Magazine: Ready
to dive in but not available for a full year? The NCM program allows
girls to earn funds early for their troop, so it needs an adult to
manage all aspects – from planning activities to entering data in
our online system. These volunteers work primarily from September
- Troop Treasurer: As a treasurer, you supervise how the troop manages its money. By properly managing finances, you take a lead role in modeling and teaching proper money management.