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Girl Scouts of North-Central Alabama

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Troop Leaders and Co-Leaders are needed for North-Central Alabama for all age levels.

The most popular way that girls want to participate in Girl Scouts is as a member of a troop. Troop leaders have the privilege of leading girls on a journey to new discoveries about themselves, others, and their world. Girl Scout leaders help girls develop skills that will last them a lifetime. It only takes a minimum of 5 girls and 2 unrelated adults to get a new troop started.

As a troop leader or co-leader, you choose the age group you would like to work with. Girl Scout experience is NOT required and training will be provided. Troops meet in various locations, on various days and times - all based around the volunteer's schedule. Troops may meet as little as once per month or as frequently as once a week, again dependent on the volunteer's schedule.

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About Girl Scouts of North-Central Alabama


105 Heatherbrooke Park Drive, Birmingham, AL 35242, US

Mission Statement

Girl Scouting builds girls of Courage, Confidence, and Character, who make the world a better place.


GSNCA currently serves 14,000 girls and over 4,000 adults through Girl Scouting in our 36-county area. We provide a positive, nurturing environment for girl members grades kindergarten through 12.

Girl Scouts of North-Central Alabama Programs
Girl Scouting is committed to being the premier girl leadership organization. This is carried out through a variety of informal educational programs under the leadership of caring, trained volunteers and staff. Program events and camping opportunities are available year-round. On average, each girl participates in approximately 85 to 100 hours of Girl Scout programs each year.

Our organization is committed to valuing diversity and keeping pace with an ever-changing world. Girl Scouting offers valuable opportunities for urban, suburban and rural girls and adults of all income levels, religious, and ethnic backgrounds to work and play together.

Girl Scouts of North-Central Alabama Properties
The Fehr Fowler Service Center, which serves as Corporate headquarters and include the council shop, is located in the Inverness area of Birmingham just off Highway 280. GSNCA also operates service centers in Huntsville, Florence and Tuscaloosa.

GSNCA owns and operates six camps for its membership and for community groups:

  • Camp Gertrude Coleman in Trussville
  • Camp Trico in Guntersville
  • Camp Anderel near Rogersville
  • Camp Tombigbee in Greene County
  • Camp Cottaquilla in Calhoun County


We'll work with your schedule.


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  • General Education
  • People Skills
  • Youth Services
  • Mentoring
  • Community Outreach
  • Relationship Building




  • Background Check
  • Orientation or Training

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