Co-Leader (Former Employee), Suffolk,VA – September 19, 2013
I loved being a Girl Scout it was so much fun. Very creative and educational all at the same time. The field trips and museums was all amazing best experience. I became a Troop Leader and I enjoyed guiding others in the right direction. Wish It could still be Girl Scouts for others now to learn and experience what I had .
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.
Waterfront Director (Former Employee), McCall, ID – February 27, 2012
It is an ok place to work in the summer at the camps, but they work you from dawn until dusk with hardly any breaks all day. Also, the management is terrible and does not care about any of your opinions. You do get lots of free Girl Scout cookies though, that's a plus! All in all, can be fun but you don't get paid for how much you are worked.
Going down south to start off a camp day with activities for the Girl Scouts. You know your management team by name and face. The co-workers are kind, respectful, and one of a kind. There's nothing to hard for me to do. I enjoy making the difference in a child's life.
Staff (Former Employee), Redlands, CA – January 30, 2014
Pros: loved every minute of it.
Cons: to short of time with the girls
Being around all those girls of differnt ages and back rounds was a real eye opener. I never knew what they did until I became a girl scout and had a blast doing so many fun activietys, such as hiking, swiming, and arts and crafts.
Membership Specialist (Former Employee), TX – January 23, 2014
A typical day at work was very productive and busy. I believe that the hardest part of the job would be driving around the metroplex. Other than that making presentations and setting up appointments was enjoyable. My co-workers very friendly and helpful.
Girl Scout (Former Employee), Fort Washington, MD – April 25, 2015
Had meetings once a month to discuss cookies sales and volunteer work around the community. We have cleaned up communities, volunteered at nursing homes for the elderly, feed and clothed the homeless, and numerous other volunteer activities around the DC, Maryland, and Virginia area.
Volunteer (Former Employee), Harlingen,TX – April 2, 2013
Being in the Girl Scouts gave me a lot of experience in working with young girls. Once we were old enough, it was our job to look after and instruct these girls the way we were instructed when we were young. I can use this towards a professional job someday.
I Roneshia, were a Volunteer for the Girl Scouts of the USA. I worked with the daisies.The kids loved me and I was attached. We did different activities such as planting daisies , going on field trips, going to the park. We did a lot of educational things.
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.
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.
Camp Leader (Former Employee), Fort Washington,MD – February 15, 2013
I assisted the camp leader with bathroom breaks, assigning chores, helping with arts and craft, as well as organization. It was a good experience for me, helped me to really appreciate nature, and being outdoors. I also made a lot of friends, as well as, friendships.
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.