Direct Service Volunteer Opportunities

Direct Service volunteers can be involved in several ways and through multiple pathways. Click the links to find great long term opportunities near you, or read through our temporary positions below!

FIRST Robotics Team Mentor/Coach

Help mentor Girl Scouts aged 9-14 by coaching a LEGO Robotics team! FLL challenges kids to think like scientists and engineers. This is a fulfilling, life changing program for both the girls and coaches that tackle real life issues! Teams are forming now and work will together from August to November, with a few other dates throughout the school year.  Commitment is two hours a week. To learn more visit our FLL page. Questions? Contact Melissa Mason.

Volunteers needed in Bennington VT; Sandown, NH; Hampton, NH; Lebanon, NH; and Rutland, VT

FIRST LEGO League Mentor/Coach: Hopkinton

Help mentor Girl Scouts in grades 4-8 in Hopkinton starting in August. The team is looking for people with robotic, engineering, or coding skills, and will meet one day a week for two months ending in a regional competition. To learn more visit our FLL page. Questions? Contact Melissa Mason.

FIRST Tech Challenge Mentor/Coach: Rutland

Help mentor Girl Scouts in grades 6 and up at Otter Valley Union starting in August. The team is looking for people with robotic, engineering, or coding skills, and will meet one day a week for two months ending in a regional competition. To learn more visit our FTC page. Questions? Contact Melissa Mason.

Jump-In Coordinator

We're looking for volunteers who are interested in starting a jump roping series in the Nashua, NH area. Jump roping skills are a definite plus, along with skills in yoga, dance, and group games. This series could be run either one day per week after school, or for a week during the summer depending on volunteer availability. We'll provide a written curriculum and training, and are currently recruiting people to train this summer and run the program next summer (2015). To learn more visit our Jump-In page. Questions? Contact Melissa Mason.

Virtual Book Club Facilitator

Open a world of possibilities to girls by sharing your love of reading. Lead a group of girls on themed adventures in reading from your home on your own time! Help girls earn badges, make friends and develop their leadership potential. The club will have monthly virtual meetings. To learn more, contact Jessie.

Virtual Model UN Club Leader

Are you a world news junkie? Or were you on a Model UN Team in your youth? Share your love of world politics as you help develop girls into the global leaders of tomorrow from the comfort of your home! Help girls as they research international current events from the perspective of their UN member country and draft resolutions, make speeches, debate and negotiate while following the Model UN conference rules of procedure. The club will have monthly virtual simulations and meet in May for a live conference. Contact Jessie for more information.

Virtual Girl Scout Troop Leader

Make a difference in a girl’s life and help develop her leadership potential! Be a mentor to a group of girls from your home on your own time! Help girls earn badges, make friends and become girls of courage, confidence and character. The club will have monthly virtual meetings. Contact Jessie for more information.

Girls Rock the Capitol (GRTC) Coordinator

Are you interested in politics, government or advocacy? As the GRTC Coordinator, you will have a first-hand look at state politics and government as you support our GRTC interns in their one-on-one mentorship with local state representatives. We run this program at both State Houses in Montpelier and Concord, for more details, contact the Girl Experience Team.

Girl Scouts Beyond Bars (GSBB) Coordinator

Our GSBB program supports women prisoners at Shea Farm in Concord, NH have positive, healthy relationships with their daughters. As coordinator, you would run Girl Scout programming at Shea Farm based on our National Partnership with the Dove Foundation focusing on improving self-esteem for both the girls and women in our program. For more details, contact the Girl Experience Team.

Events Pathway Group (EPG) Leader

This year’s Events Pathway is offering a new way to take part in the Girl Scout Leadership Experience. The EPG leader will be responsible for attending four events throughout the year with the girls, hosting webinars in-between events and supporting girls through the product sales and their Take Action Projects. For more details, contact the Girl Experience Team.