When a girl says, "I can't wait to …” you know she's excited about what’s coming next: scaling mountains, building robots, or tie-dying T-shirts with friends.
You can experience that same excitement! As a Girl Scout volunteer, you'll introduce girls to unforgettable new experiences. They’ll learn they’re capable of far more than they ever imagined.
As a volunteer, you’ll be a cheerleader, guide and mentor for girls, helping them develop skills and confidence that will last long after the meeting is over. Imagine the smiles, the fun, the memories — those are the moments you'll share through Girl Scouting.
In the video below, First Lady Michelle Obama invites all adults to volunteer for Girl Scouts. Like every First Lady since Edith Wilson in 1917, Mrs. Obama serves as our Honorary National President. Watch and share!
Flexible schedules, multiple opportunities
Leading a troop is just one way to participate. It's easy to volunteer for a day, a week or a year. Other pathways to Girl Scouting include trips, events, workshops and camps. Because volunteers choose their own “paths,” you’ll have the freedom to tailor your involvement to fit your schedule and lifestyle.