Your Support Team
As a volunteer, you will have the most contact with your local Girl Scout support team, which is called a Service Unit. Never hesitate to contact these fellow volunteers, because your Service Unit is your expert in all things Girl Scouting. If you have questions about the Girl Scout program, working with girls, resources in the national program portfolio (leadership journeys and The Girl’s Guide to Girl Scouting), or selling Girl Scout Cookies and other products, go to your Service Unit team for answers and ongoing support. You will receive your Service Unit roster/contact list at your Volunteer Orientation. These rosters are also available on the Volunteer Network under the “Forms and Docs” tab.
Council Staff is dedicated to providing assistance to volunteers in several different capacities. Each Service Unit is assigned a member of Council Staff called a Volunteer Support Specialist (VSS) who is responsible for providing ongoing support and guidance to the Service Unit Team.
Camp Assistance Form
Council Service Fee Resources:
- Video Message from Nancy Nygren, CEO
Your Role as a Troop Leader
Sample Parent Meeting Agenda
Weekly Updates e-News Archive
How to Wear Girl Scout Insignia
Health History Form-English
Health History Form-Spanish
Health History Form-Vietnamese
Important Information for Families
2014 Membership Registration Form-Girls
2014 Membership Registration Form-Girls Spanish
2014 Membership Registration Form-Adults
2014 Membership Registration Form-Adults Spanish
2014 Membership Registration Summary (formerly known as Membership Dues Summary)
2014 Membership Registration Summary Spanish
Volunteer Application Form
Please visit the Volunteer Network for a complete listing of forms.