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If you're an adult age 18 or older, you can!  We're seeking volunteers who represent our community's diversity - women, men, young adults, older girls, and people of all racial and ethnic backgrounds, including our beloved alumnae.

There are many exciting and flexible pathways through which adults can participate in Girl Scouting.  Yes, volunteers can lead a Troop, but they can also develop and participate in training activities, maintain camps, manage data, design marketing pieces, and share their skills with girls in everything from running a business to exploring science careers.

If you would like to volunteer for Girl Scouts of Connecticut but are unable to commit to a regular schedule, we have a volunteer pathway that will fit your available time.   So, whether it's once a month, weekends, or during a particular time of year, discover how you can make a difference in the life of a girl.

Today, more than ever before, girls need a trusted adult role model to relate to as they journey into adulthood.

Don't wait, start empowering the leaders of tomorrow today!

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Basic Qualifications:

•  You must be a least 18 years of age or older 
•  Be a positive role model for the leaders of tomorrow 
•  Flexible attitude and sense of humor 
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You must enroll as a Member in Girl Scouts of the USA 

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GSUSA Membership Dues of $12.00 goes to the national organization to pay for accident insurance covering participation in approved Girl Scout activities, program research and resources, training and services to councils. 

Application Process:

1.

Submit a Volunteer Application online (information to be used for volunteering for GSOFCT only):  

2.

Complete the Background Check Release online

  • This is a secured link to the reporting agency, InteliCorp. All information will be kept strictly confidential.
  • The background check is free of charge to Girl Scout volunteer.
  • Instructions including password will be provided once a Volunteer Application has been submitted.

3.

Provide 2 personal, non-related references to Girl Scouts of Connecticut

  • Click here to print reference forms and mail to two people not related to you. Include a self-addressed envelope for their prompt return.
  • E-mail reference form to two people not related to you.
    • In Internet Explorer: Click here ,then choose "File,""Send" and then "Page by e-mail." 
    • In Mozilla Firefox: Click here, then choose "File" then "Send Link."
    Include a note indicating where to send the completed reference form.

    Note: all reference forms are to be returned to the nearest Girl Scout Service Center listed on the form, Attn: Membership Department. (See Reference form)

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Follow the Training Path: Girl Scouts of Connecticut provides a strong learning path to assist volunteers in their work with girls.

 

Thank you for your interest in contributing your talents to Connecticut's recognized girl-empowerment organization.  For additional information, please refer to our website or contact us at membership@gsofct.org.


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