The service unit treasurer is responsible in ensuring that funds are used for the benefit of all girls in the Service Unit. They understand that they are stewards of the money earned by and for girls. They encourage sound financial practices and teach girls the importance of managing their own (and others money).
The Treasurer collects service unit dues, maintains service unit financial records and ensures all funds are managed according to the GSGATL’s guidelines.
You team up with troop leaders to help the girls decide what they want to do with their troop funds and coach them as they earn and manage money to peruse their goals.
Your Commitment to the Girls Includes:
- Prepare the Service Unit finance report and submit the report to all the Service Unit constituents and designated council
- Bi-Annually collecting all troop financial reports for review.
- Collecting dues and maintaining the service unit bank account in order for the service unit to provide the best opportunities for events and leader appreciation.
- Accounting for and tracking all Service Unit expenditures.
- Assisting troop treasuries with opening troop bank accounts and setting up financial records and practices according to the GSGATL’s troop money and management guidelines.
- Connecting with new friends and staying " in the know" by attending service unit meetings.
- Youth Services
- Verbal / Written Communication
Good Match For
Requirements & Commitment
- Background Check
- Must be at least 18
- Orientation or Training
- on-going until September 30
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