Girl Scout Troop Leader
Girl Scouts Heart of Pennsylvania
Girl Scouts in the Heart of Pennsylvania (GSHPA) is looking for positive adult role models who are interested in serving as a troop leader for any grade level troops (Daisies, Brownies, Juniors, Cadettes, Seniors or Ambassadors) in communities within our 30 county footprint.
Work directly with girls, helping them to develop their leadership skills on an individual or group basis. The troop/group leader will have the enthusiasm and ability to generate girl’s interests and curiosities about the ways that they can discover themselves, connect with others, and take action to make the world a better place through the Girl Scout Leadership Experience (GSLE).
Volunteer Troop Leader Opportunities in the following counties: Adams County, Carbon County, Centre County, Clinton County, Columbia County, Cumberland County, Dauphin County, Franklin County, Fulton County, Huntingdon County, Juniata County, Lackawanna County, Lancaster County, Lebanon County, Luzerne County, Lycoming County, Northumberland County, Mifflin County, Monroe County, Montour County, Perry County, Pike County, Schuylkill County, Snyder County, Sullivan County, Susquehanna County, Union County, Wayne County, Wyoming County, York County.
About Girl Scouts Heart of Pennsylvania
350 Hale Avenue, Harrisburg, PA 17104, US
"Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence and character who make the world a better place."
Founded in 1912, Girl Scouts of the USA is the preeminent organization for girls with a current membership of 3.6 million girls and adults. Volunteers use their expertise, skills, interests, and life experience to shape fun and enriching leadership experiences for girls, and inspire them to reach their personal best. Volunteers help council staff facilitate the New Girl Scout Leadership Experience to girls through exciting program opportunities: leadership/self-esteem, financial literacy, travel, health/wellness, science, technology, engineering, and math. Volunteers choose from several flexible Pathways (the ways that girls and adults join Girl Scouting) that fit their lifestyles, including short-term or long-term service working either directly or indirectly with girls, and they can participate regionally, nationally, and internationally.