Customer Service Rep (Current Employee) – Mableton, GA – March 23, 2017
A typical day at work involves opening the store counting the drawers money. Filling the floor with merchandise. Answering phones calls. Taking care of walk in customers to find their needs. Girl scouts is a fun job absolutely love working here everyone is so nice. I have learned how to look up inventory from other locations to print signage and to make displays.
worked long weeks with not enough long enough breaks
Camp Counselor/ Kitchen helper (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – March 21, 2017
the work place had a wide range of people come over and work for the girl scout camp but they need some diversity in the staff. you work there all summer long and have very little breaks that only last 1 hour and 30 mins at the least. the most enjoyable was seeing the children being happy and start to enjoy camp.
Everyone is great and working with the kids is fun. The flexible schedule is great, but the position does require evening work. The organization has great benefits. Some of the expectations are not quite realistic such as recruitment goals in some areas.
Flexible schedule, great peers
Work most evenings, travel up to an hour and a half to get to most schools
Telecommunications Administrator (Former Employee) – New York, NY – February 16, 2017
enjoyable place to work for and great team members learned my position that I now have from GS CIO was great and recognized her staff for promotions. we were like a big family that has gone now from what I hear.
Ambassador (Former Employee) – North Hollywood, CA – February 7, 2017
Learned how to be a leader and be a role model towards the younger girls. I also learned valuable financial skills. The people were very understanding and worked with me to help sell the product we sold twice a year. I learned valuable camping and wilderness skills and how to pitch and sell a item to a customer.