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Other Ways to Engage

At Girl Scouts–North Carolina Coastal Pines, volunteers are the heartbeat of our organization and the ambassadors of our program - they’re the cheerleaders, guides, mentors, and role models for our girls.

Where We Need Volunteers Most

Our greatest need for volunteers will always be co-leaders. Without the support of these incredible individuals, we cannot serve the girls. Afterall, it’s the care and guidance of our co-leaders that inspires each and every girl to go as far as their imagination will take them. From Daisy thru Ambassador, co-leaders provide age-appropriate guidance as girls develop their leadership skills, learn to connect and work as a team, problem solve, and appreciate each other’s differences – all skills and values core to the Girl Scout program.

If you’re interested in sharing your time and talents by volunteering as a co-leader, we welcome you and encourage you to take the next step – express your interest to become a co-leader today! Just imagine the excitement, the memories made, and the impact you’ll have on today’s girls and tomorrow’s leaders!

Be the Difference in Her Future

At Girl Scouts we’re on a mission to prepare every girl for a lifetime of leadership and that’s where you come in! Beyond serving as a co-leader, there are many other ways you can engage with us. From mentoring older girls to sharing the Girl Scout story with parents, to joining a troop on their next outdoor adventure, we have something for everyone. Want to learn more? Check out our  Episodic Engagement Opportunities At-a-Glance for a quick look or jump in and explore all of your options in our  Volunteer Engagement Catalog.

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Our episodic volunteer opportunities are a great way for Girl Scout alums, Gold Award Girl Scouts, board members, family members of Girl Scouts, donors, corporate groups and individuals, and current volunteers to share their support of the Girl Scout program and help us reach more girls. Ready to get started? Fill out your Engagement Profile today. Then follow this page to sign up for current and upcoming opportunities throughout the year!

Questions about our episodic volunteer program? Contact Connie Walker, cwalker@nccoastalpines.org.

Upcoming Engagement Opportunities

Below you’ll find all of our upcoming and ongoing episodic volunteer opportunities. Interested individuals must complete their Engagement Profile before registering for any of the opportunities below.  Listings are posted regularly and often months in advance of the event so be sure to check back often for new listings and ways to share your support and passion for our program.  We’re glad you’re here!

Older Girl Leadership
Outdoor Program
Girl Scout Highest Awards

Tell the Girl Scout Gold Award Story
Miscellaneous dates and times, as needed  |  2-4 hours per engagement
Locations will vary.

Help raise awareness of the value of the Gold Award as you inspire and encourage girls to Go Gold!  Volunteers in this role will tell the story of what it means to be a Gold Award Girl Scout and share the benefits of earning this remarkable award with girls, co-leaders, parents, and community groups.  This opportunity is a good fit for GSNCCP board members, Girl Scout alums, and family members of Gold Award Girl Scouts; open to all. Due to the nature of this engagement, volunteers must complete a short one-on-one training before serving in this role.  We will work together to prepare you for this opportunity and will provide you with all the materials you need to be comfortable and successful.  Questions?  Contact Connie Walker, cwalker@nccoastalpines.org

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Advocacy

Share the Girl Scout Leadership Experience Story
Miscellaneous dates and times, as needed  |  2-4 hours per engagement
Locations will vary.

While many groups in the girl category talk about empowering girls, Girl Scouts prepares girls to empower themselves.  In this role, you will share Girl Scouts’ 360-degree approach to girl development and inspire girls, parents, community groups, and others’ understanding of the value of our program for girls and how the Girl Scout Leadership Experience prepares girls for their future and a lifetime of leadership.  This opportunity is a good fit for GSNCCP board members, Girl Scout alums, and family members of Girl Scouts; open to all. Due to the nature of this engagement, volunteers must complete a short one-on-one training before serving in this role.  We will work together to prepare you for this opportunity and will provide you with all the materials you need to be comfortable and successful.  Questions?  Contact Connie Walker, cwalker@nccoastalpines.org.

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Other Opportunities

Girl Recruitment Champion
Every 3rd Thursday (June through August)  |  5:30-7:30 pm (Event 6-7pm)
Raleigh Service Center

Help us bring the Girl Scout experience to life for new girls and parents at our Summer Sun and Girl Scout Fun events!  In this role you will introduce girls and their families to the Girl Scout program by leading them through a variety of Girl Scout crafts, games, and songs.  Program information will be shared prior to the event with all volunteers; volunteers are responsible for reading the materials to gain an understanding of each activity prior to the event.  This opportunity is a good fit for Gold Award Girl Scouts, Girl Scout alums, and family members of Girl Scouts; open to all.  Questions?  Contact Kat Wester, kwester@nccoastalpines.org.

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Facilitate Connections
Ongoing Opportunity  |  1-2 hours per engagement.

At Girl Scouts-North Carolina Coastal Pines some of our greatest opportunities include locating meeting space for new troops and gaining appointments with community leaders.  In this role, we are asking you to help facilitate connections with contact you may have at local churches, schools, community centers, community leaders and/or other locations or individuals so that we can reach more girls in the communities we serve.  If you have connections or know of potential opportunities in your community, we'd like to hear from you!  This opportunity is a good fit for GSNCCP board members, Girl Scout alums, family members of Girl Scouts, and elected officials; open to all.  Questions?  Contact Connie Walker, cwalker@nccoastalpines.org.

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Are You Bi-Lingual?
Miscellaneous dates and times, as needed  |  2-4 hours per engagement
Locations will vary.

Two of the largest emerging markets today are the LatinX and Asian communities whose families are seeking activities and programs where their girls can gain skills and confidence and have greater opportunities for achievement and community engagement.  At Girl Scouts, we provide girls with those experiences.  If you are bi-lingual, you can help!  In this role, you will join team members at various events and boost our ability to communicate with the parents and families of girls from these communities.

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