For Troop Volunteers

 

Your most important role as a troop volunteer is to be excited about everything this opportunity affords you: a chance to partner directly with girls, an invitation to play a critical role in their lives, and the chance to watch them blossom with your guidance! Ready to get started? Scroll through the list of troop leader and troop helper roles and then click on the link to learn more!


Troop Leaders

Daisy: Girls in Grades K-1

Daisies begin building life skills as they grow with new friends. They earn petals and leaves as they learn about themselves and Girl Scouting. Find out more about being a Daisy Troop Leader.

 

 

 

Brownie: Girls in Grades 2-3

Brownies explore their world with their Girl Scout friends. They develop cooperation and other skills as they connect with their community. Find out more about being a Brownie Troop Leader.

 

 

 

Junior: Girls in Grades 4-5

Juniors begin to take charge of their experience as they plan troop activities as a team and choose Take Action projects that speak to them. Find out more about being a Junior Troop Leader.

Cadette: Girls in Grades 6-8

Cadettes work with volunteers to plan community projects. They will gain self-confidence as they work with the world around them.
Find out more about being a Cadette Troop Leader.

Senior: Girls in Grades 9-10

Seniors tackle challenges that require critical thinking skills and independence. They plan enriching activities as they look to the future.
Find out more about being a Senior Troop Leader.

Girl Scout Ambassador: Girls in Grades 11-12

Ambassadors work with their peers to make a difference in our world. They learn how to be an advocate for the causes they care about.
Find out more about being an Ambassador Troop Leader.


Troop Helpers

Troop Treasurer

Manages and keeps track of troop income and expenses and is a co-signer on the bank account.  Find out more about being a Troop Treasurer.

Troop Registrar

Registers the girls and the adults in the troop in the fall and re-registers them in the spring during early spring registration. Find out more about being a Troop Registrar.

Troop Fall Product Sale Manager

Teaches the girls in the troop about the financial literacy program connected with the sale. Distributes product and collects money earned. Find out more about being a Troop Fall Product Sale Manager.

Troop Cookie Sale Manager

Teaches the girls about the financial literacy program connected with the sale. Distributes cookies to the families of the girls and collects the money earned. Find out more about being a Troop Cookie Sale Manager.

Troop Trip Organizer

Assists girls in organizing short outings or longer trips. Makes reservations, plans logistics, organizes drivers, first aiders, and chaperones and files any necessary paperwork before the trip. Find out more about being a Troop Trip Organizer.

Troop Driver

Drives girls on outings and trips. Must have a valid driver's license and have a registered, insured, vehicle that is in good working condition. Find out more about being a Troop Driver.

Troop Helper/Chaperone

Helps girls at troop meetings or chaperones field trips or outings. Assists girls with activities and ensures their safety. Find out more about being a Troop Helper/Chaperone.

Troop First Aider

Provides first aid as needed during troop/group activities. Must have a current First Aid/CPR certification and have completed GSNorCal online First Aider course. Find out more about being a Troop First Aider.

Troop Camping Certified Adult

Assists girls in planning, budgeting, and organizing the troop camping experience. Accompanies girls on the camping adventure to make sure the trip is both safe and fun. Find out more about being a Troop Camping Certified Adult.