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Interest Indicators Please select at least one of the two options: Work with Girls (or) Work with Adults
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Girl Scouts History Are You Currently a Girl Scout Member ?
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Below is a list of all the ways you can volunteer with us. Please select one of the choices below by clicking the related checkbox on the left and then clicking 'Next' at the bottom of the screen. To shorten the list of options that display, enter a key word in the Title and Description field, or select a specific Area of Interest and click 'Search.'

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 Role Title Role Summary
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236 Week Series FacilitatorDeliver or assist with the delivery of a pre-determined program designed for a specific age level.
13Adult Recognitions CoordinatorResponsible for implementing the year round plan for recognizing and thanking volunteers both in formal and informal ways.
6Assistant LeaderTo provide direct assistance for ratio purposes to troop leaders during meetings, outings and event. To provide a caring, safe environment while working directly with girls, helping them develop their leadership skills. Have the enthusiasm and ability to generate girls’ interests about the ways they can discover, connect and take action through Girl Scouting. Not the same as parent helper, see description for parent helper.
28Camp CEO ProgramVolunteering at the Camp CEO program 0n August 22-24 for girls in Grades 9-12. Only Necessary if participating in the Overnight.
20Girl Award ConsultatntTo coach, support and mentor girls in grades 9-12 on their journey to earn the Girl Scout Gold Award.
27Home Inspection You are residing in the home of a troop leader who will be having troop meetings in their private residence.
22New Volunteer MentorProvide direct supervision, inspiration, support, and resources to newly appointed volunteers to ensure quality, age appropriate, pathway experiences for girls.
21Series & Events CoordinatorTo coordinate, plan and implement GLSE pathway activities for girls, both existing and potential members, to participate in within a specific area.
26Service Center Clerical/Admin. AssistantAssist the Administrative Staff at GSNYPENN Pathways to create a pleasant work environment and help staff work more efficiently.
14Service Unit Adult Learning FacilitatorTo promote, develop, facilitate, and support adult learning courses. Deliver quality courses for the adults in a geographic area and/or council jurisdiction. Responsible for facilitating at least two learning courses during a membership year, and attending facilitator refresher courses at least once a membership year. Promote a positive environment and communicate course needs to the Director of Volunteer Services or Community Development Manager.
16Service Unit Communications RepresentativeTo initiate and communicate appropriate publicity opportunities to bring attention to Girl Scouting in the Community, in partnership with the Marketing and Communications team at GSNYPENN Pathways.
17Service Unit Encampment DirectorTo administer a safe and fun environment for the Service Unit to participate in a group Camping experience.
11Service Unit ManagerTo promote, develop, extend, recruit, support and guide a team of adult volunteers to deliver a quality Girl Scout experience for the adults and girls in a geographic area. Responsible for ensuring open communication in assigned jurisdiction, coordinating meetings of volunteers, and facilitating the decision making process for the service team.
12Service Unit Product SalesTo implement the product sale strategies and procedures and serve as support to volunteers. Help ensure that all girls reach their sales and educational goals by coordinating all aspects of the product sales within the assigned jurisdiction. Manage the business aspect of the product sale program for the assigned jurisdiction.
15Service Unit RecruiterTo promote Girl Scouting in assigned area by recruiting girls and adults into the Girl Scout movement.
18Service Unit RegistrarPerform administrative tasks needed to process and submit the membership registrations from a specific service unit to the council.
25Service Unit SecretaryTo record minutes of the service team and service unit meetings, send meeting notices, handle miscellaneous correspondence and perform other administrative duties as needed.
19Service Unit TreasurerReceive, collect, maintain and provide an accounting of all Service Unit funds and financial transactions. Responsible for the oversight of all group bank accounts and financial reporting within the assigned jurisdiction.
24Travel Pathway AdvisorTo oversee Girl Scouts participating in a council travel opportunity and that all participants receive the proper preparation and support for their travel experience. She or he attends the trip and provides expertise and logistical support to ensure successful travel. The nature of this position requires the individual to provide direct services to girls. The Travel Pathway Advisor ensures that all Girl Scouts of NYPENN Pathways policies and procedures are followed.
5Troop Co-LeaderTo provide a caring, safe environment while working directly with girls, helping them develop their leadership skills. Have the enthusiasm and ability to generate girls’ interests about the ways they can discover, connect and take action through Girl Scouting.

Request Specific Open Position Specific position if known (such as program name, camp name, series name, or troop number):