Service Unit Team volunteers mentor troop volunteers as they work
with Girl Scouts to create memories they will never forget. These key
administrative volunteers are leaders in the Girl Scout Movement who
channel their resources, wisdom, and passion to bring the Girl Scout
experience to adults and girls in their service units and the community.
If you are interested in serving on a Service Unit Team in your
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Service Unit Manager supports Girl
Scouts in a designated community by coordinating and overseeing the
work of the Service Unit Team. This is accomplished by appointing team
members and developing a plan for the service unit that encompasses
recruitment, retention, effective consistent communication, and
provides a welcoming environment.
Service Unit Treasurer works with the
Service Unit Team to oversee the service unit bank account including
oversight of the financial records, financial reporting, and acts as a
co-signer on the account. The Service Unit Treasurer also ensures
troop leaders abide by all council and GSUSA financial policies.
Service Unit Communications facilitates
effective communication within service unit members and coordinates
with GSDSW to manage representative media messaging and efficient
two-way dissemination of council/service unit communication.
Service Unit Registrar coordinates the
annual membership registration of all-girl and adult Girl Scout
members within a service unit as well as educates and promotes the use
of the online registration process to all.
Unit Events Coordinator cultivates a variety of girl
experiences for Girl Scouts in the Service Unit founded in the four
program pillars - STEM, Outdoors, Life Skills, and Entrepreneurship.
Service Unit Recruiter is responsible for
year-round recruitment of new girls and adults into the Service Unit.
They coordinate recruitment opportunities for the service unit and
help with implementing them as needed to ensure the service unit meets
its membership goals.
Service Unit Trainer serves as a mentor to
onboard, train, and continually support volunteer members of the
Service Unit with the up-to-date council and GSUSA training
requirements and content delivery. The SU Trainer may also be referred
to as a Service Unit Consultant and/or Mentor.
Please see our Product
webpage for information on product-related Service Unit positions.
There may be other more specialized Service Unit Positions available.