Whether you have time for a one-time event, just a few hours a month, or much more time to share, we need adults of all ages, backgrounds, and abilities to serve as positive role models to girls.
As a short-term volunteer, you can:
Our staff will assist you in aligning your activities with the Girl Scout badge program, which focuses on financial literacy, STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math), entrepreneurship, healthy living, and more.
Everyone has something to offer, so choose a volunteer role that sparks your interest and fits you best.
Purpose of Position
To aid in the delivery of high-quality outdoor education programming for Girl Scouts of Southeastern Michigan.
Term of Appointment
Outdoor Education Specialist
All outdoor facilitators must complete training prior to being assigned the role.
If you have any questions about this position, please email email@example.com.
Our Badge Boss program connects a few good women (and men) with troops to help them earn Girl Scout badges.
Troops may request a Badge Boss workshop, and we'll take care of volunteer placement, scheduling, and securing the resources needed to facilitate the session.
A Badge Boss volunteer will then utilize their expertise to help girls complete the requirements to earn Girl Scout badges.
Professional women, meet Girl Scouts: The Badge Boss program is the perfect place for you to help Girl Scouts earn badges!
As a Badge Boss volunteer, you'll utilize your expertise to help Girl Scouts learn and gain some skills and interest in the field you love so much.
Here's how it works:
Mentoring Mondays occur every Monday,* from 6:30 PM–7:30 PM EST, and each session is hosted by a different mentor.
Every Monday, Cadettes, Seniors, and Ambassadors have the chance to engage with professional women from various career fields, during an interactive, one-hour session!
Mentors share their experiences, education, job responsibilities, and more—as well as answer any questions. Sign up for a Mentoring Mondays session and get ready to be inspired!
Your talents and experience have the power to change girls' lives, so we'd love for you to be a mentor! Mentoring Mondays happen weekly and give Cadette, Senior, and Ambassador Girl Scouts the chance to engage with professional women from various career fields.
Each mentor leads an interactive, one-hour session where they share their experiences, job responsibilities, and more—as well as answer questions.
If you have any questions about requesting a session or becoming a mentor, please email Karen Chappell at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sessions aren't scheduled on Monday holidays when our offices are closed.