Girl Scout Member (Former Employee) – Olympia, WA – January 31, 2014
Helped me grow into the young woman I am today. There is not much more to say, other than that I made some lifelong friends as well as memories in the 8 or so years I was a member of Girl Scouts. It helped me overcome many of my social fears and anxieties, which allowed me to express myself. Few experiences have been quite as valuable.
Research Assistant (Former Employee) – Fargo, ND – January 7, 2016
I have never worked for the Girl Scouts of the USA. I volunteered for them throughout my years at North Dakota State University. Focused on building confidence, educating them about college, careers, doing fun holiday activities as well.
Co-Leader (Former Employee) – Dracut, MA – November 13, 2015
All of my leaders have been very nice and made me feel like a part of the group. I have used what I learned from the girl scouts more than I can even explain. Its a very good place to bond with other girls your age and do fun and exciting things on your journey.
Spending time with girls like you
It can be challenging to manage all of your commitments as you grow older
Adult Training Director/Specialist (Former Employee) – North Canton, OH – November 11, 2015
After being a 20+ year volunteer I realized my goal to become a professional Girl Scout employee. Working with the volunteers extended my experience and appreciation for the then all volunteer work force.
Positive work experience. Was able to teach children.
Facilitator (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – November 9, 2015
Working for Girl Scouts was a wonderful experience. Upon accepting the job offer, there were certain responsibilities that I was not made aware of. Still, I fell in love with the job and was able to work with adults and children. I loved being able to provide assistance to the children. I was happy to make a difference in the community. Management was excellent.
Outdoor Adventure Counselor, Lead counselor (Current Employee) – Ashland City – October 5, 2015
Overall the experience was amazing and tremendously valuable. The campers are a joy to see grow each day. The staff is nothing short of a family. The adventures of each day are seemingly timeless and fulfilling.
Girl Scout (Former Employee) – TX – September 8, 2015
The company was great to work with as a young child to help learn personable skills. The Girl Scouts teaches young girls what it is like for adults whom have to sell merchandise for a living; as well as teach them how to work amongst others.
Volunteer Work (Former Employee) – Virginia Beach, VA – September 2, 2015
It was a great experience joining Girl Scouts of the USA, it gave me great life experiences, and I learned a lot from doing the volunteer work. My fellow troop members had become not only become friends but family.
it was fun and an excellent place to learn new skills about horses and what I learned is how to keep girls safe and have a good time on and off horses and manageing was awesome of how they keep their experiences on horses and my co workers are great we help eachother along the way hardest part was a kid falling off a horse a little but also carrying heavy things and their was happyiness all the way around to make sure skills are good for the children and staff for all of use to learn great experiences from the children and good staff
Girl Scout Camp Leader (Former Employee) – Potawatomi Hills, WI – May 23, 2015
Working for the girl scouts was definitely an experience that I had never had before. I helped watch a troop of young girls, aged about eight years old, through activities and meals. It wad definitely different from babysitting seeing as it was a medium sized group of girls. It was a lot of fun, and loved spending time helping teach these young kids.
Being A Girl Scout (Former Employee) – Jacksonville, FL – April 28, 2015
A typical day doing Girl Scouts was having a Yard Sale by the Church and Girl Scout Cookie Selling. I learned the art of communication and the management was great. My other girl scout troupers were fun and they made the experience special for me. The hardest part of the job was going on camping trips and the most enjoyable part of the job was having fun communicating with others and helping our community.