As a troop leader, you are a key part of making Girl Scouts a space where your troop can take the lead, be themselves, and try new things. You guide your troop as they earn new badges and take on new adventures. You answer questions from your Girl Scouts’ families, and you keep things running smoothly. And anytime you need a little help, Volunteer Essentials is here to answer frequently asked questions.
Volunteering isn’t always easy, so we can’t thank you enough for jumping in to be the mentor and role model she needs.LEARN MORE
We’ve got you covered. Check out the New Leader’s Guide to Success. This resource will help define your role, show how to get your families involved, and give you the tools you need to lead a successful troop.
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