From a few hours at one event to a long-term commitment to a troop, hundreds of GSRV volunteer opportunities await you. We are grateful your support.
- Troop Leaders
Work with other bright, creative people as a team to guide girls in growing leadership skills and having fun. A troop leader coordinates and organizes the meeting activities, works with girls and engages families.
- Co-op Troop Leader
Adults in a Co-op troop leader role partner to share responsibility and leadership for the meeting activities and troop support roles with other co-op troop leaders. Learn more on our sharable card.
- Troop Family + Friends
Support the girls’ experience by working with the troop leaders as a team to help with troop activities. Tasks can include assisting with field trips, managing troop records, facilitating or helping with general meeting activities.
Delegates are elected as part of the governance process to represent the service unit (a local geographic subdivision of the council) in a policy influencing role. Delegates have an interest in policy, bylaws and influencing the decisions and activities of the council.
- Service Unit Volunteers
Support and mentor adult volunteer members in your service unit (a local geographic subdivision of the council) while maintaining local connections and visibility in your community.
- Heritage Committee
The Heritage Committee collects, organizes, and preserves the historical record of the council, including photos, memorabilia, uniforms, books, and oral histories. This committee displays and provides information to community historical centers, and at the North Star Museum. They also work to maintain the Girl Scouts River Valleys collection with Minnesota Reflections.
Share your experience and enthusiasm for the Girl Scout program by assisting in the management of our collections. Research and organize historic memorabilia and donations. Join the archival team in creating displays, programs and presentations. Contact Stephanie Pommier at Stephanie.Pommier@girlscoutsrv.org.