Mentor Gold Award Girl Scouts!
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Would you like to help a girl change the world?
The Girl Scout Gold Award is the highest and most prestigious award a Girl Scout can earn. Girls undertake large-scale projects on issues they care about and that effect their local, national or international community. The projects typically happen over the course of a year and involve identifying an issue, investigating its impact, getting help, planning, presenting, taking action and educating.
Our Gold Award Committee members ensure that girls have the tools and support they need to complete these steps and earn this distinct honor. Committee members can help with interviews, serve as mentors, help plan the annual Gold Award ceremony, attend annual committee meetings, and more. This is an ideal position for individuals interested in mentoring, interviewing and advising high school age girls.
- South means east of I355 and South of I80
- The time commitment is flexible, but we would like you to provide at least one evening or weekend block of time (3 hours) a month.
- Specific opportunities and scheduling will be discussed after the application process is complete.
- Exact locations for interviews are up to volunteer discretion with Staff approval.
- On-line or Skype is also an option for interviews.
- Visit our website here for more details: http://bttr.im/sum1k
About Girl Scouts of Greater Chicago and Northwest Indiana
20 S. Clark St., Suite 200, Chicago, IL 60603, 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.
We'll work with your schedule.
Varies with assignmentCountry Club Hills, IL 60478
- People Skills
- Community Outreach
- Background Check
- Must be at least 18
- Orientation or Training
- varies, but likely 2-4 hours per month