Questions and Answers about Girl Scouts of the USA

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If you were to leave Girl Scouts of the USA, what would be the reason?

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If there was no morals or something illegal was happening, I would have to leave.

Answered - Troop Coordinator/Experience Manager (Former Employee) - Knoxville, TN

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If there was no morals or something illegal was happening, I would have to leave.

Answered - Troop Coordinator/Experience Manager (Former Employee) - Knoxville, TN

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For better pay and better management. (from Carnation, WA)

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Get better pay

Answered - Girl Scouts volunteer (Former Employee) - Fresno, CA

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Most likely because I either found a career or because they decided to let me go. They are an at will organization. You can be let go for any reason or for none at all

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Relocated from the Dallas area.

Answered - Volunteer Involvement (Former Employee) - Texas

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The management is awful

Answered - Camp Counselor (Former Employee) - Camp Hardee, NC

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To pursue a different job.

Answered - Product & Retail Sales Manager (Former Employee) - Nevada

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Finding a permanent full time job.

Answered - NURSE'S AIDE (Former Employee) - Miquon, PA

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Benefits and layoff

Answered - Office Clerk (Current Employee) - New York, NY

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