For Service Units
Service Unit Spotlight: The Seacoast Service Unit really knows how to start a new year! Their ice skating cookie kickoff event was a huge success.
What's a service unit?
A Girl Scout service unit is a community of volunteers and girls in a geographic area defined by a cluster of schools. The service unit (or SU) team is an essential support system that organizes training, mentorship, girl program and membership support for volunteers, girls and caregivers.
See our SU Fact Sheet.
Contact us to find your service unit and get in touch.
The Treasurer acts as financial coach for local troops.
The Activity Consultant promotes activities and manages risks.
The Registrar maintains membership records.
Contact a service unit support specialist to arrange in-person training.
The Booth Coordinator manages booth sites during the cookie program.
Contact the product sales team to arrange in-person training.
The SHARE Coordinator leads the SU team's fundraising efforts for the Share Her Annual Real Expense campaign that provides financial assistance to local Girl Scouts.