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.

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 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) Volunteer

Want to make a difference? Adult volunteers are needed to assist with Girls Rock the Capitol, an exciting internship program for high school girls that takes place at the State Capitol. This year's program will take place from January-May 2016, and will include 5 day trips, as well as a 2-day retreat at Camp Farnsworth. Volunteers help coordinate the program and implement the curriculum, manage daily schedules, pair up girls with mentors, attend all State Capitol trips and the retreat, and assist girls in the completion of their Take Action Projects. Volunteers must be at least 21 years old, have a valid driver's license, and be willing to submit to a criminal background test as well as training. Those with a background in politics, social studies, or education are strongly encouraged to apply. For more information contact Melissa.

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.

Gold Award Support Committee Member

New volunteer members are needed to support and encourage girls in attaining desired goals and awards, review girls' Gold Award Project Proposals and Final Reports and provide feedback, and mentor assigned girls through email and/or phone check-ins. The Gold Award Support Committee members meet monthly in person at our Bedford, NH office or via web conferencing. Communication between meetings is conducted via email. For more details, contact Jessie.

Precious Metals Alliance Mentor

Have you led your troop successfully through earning their Bronze, Silver, or Gold Award? Do you have a passion for the Highest Awards? Girl Scouts of the Green and White Mountains is seeking your help to provide guidance to other leaders and to girls in your own Community or District. The council is forming a Precious Metals Alliance to support girls and troop leaders working on the Highest Awards. Precious Metals Alliance Mentors are responsible for the promotion of Highest Award opportunities, education and mentorship of local girls and volunteers who participate in Highest Awards, and communication with Girl Scout Members and GSGWM Staff. For more information on how to help girls in your area earn their Highest Awards, please contact Jessie.

Gold Award Centennial Committee

The Gold Award Centennial Committee is seeking new members to help celebrate the 100 years of the Gold Award, First Class, Curved Bar, Golden Eaglet. Members are responsible for the development the of Gold Award Centennial program and events, management of Gold Award Centennial programs, planning of the Young Women of Distinction Ceremonies, and mentorship of the girls hosting the Young Women of Distinction Ceremonies. Interested persons should contact  Jessie.