Questions and Answers about Girl Scouts of the USA

Here's what people have asked and answered about working for and interviewing at Girl Scouts of the USA.

View all 34 questions about Girl Scouts of the USA

What are some tips for doing well in the interview


Help job seekers learn about the company by being objective and to the point.
Your answer will be posted publicly. Please don't submit any personal information. Guidelines

8 answers

Be honest and polite.

Answered - Program delivery specialist (Former Employee) - Tyler, TX

Report answer

Know someone and be a girl scout.

Answered - Camp Counselor (Former Employee) - Angel Fire, NM

Report answer

Being positive in your job and life while always avoiding passive aggressive tendencies in both yourself and your peers.

Answered - Director of Customer Svc & Staff Support Svcs (Former Employee) - Jacksonville, FL

Report answer

Be yourself, show the camp director who you are and what you believe in.

Answered - Arts & Crafts Director, Unit Leader (Former Employee) - Boone, IA

Report answer

The most common question is name ten things you can do with a pencil. be ready to tell a joke and your most recent accomplishment

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

Report answer

Show ways that you are willing to go above and beyond. Realize that your are asking to be part of a team who are helping girls break out of their traditional roles in life and reach for more.

Answered - Accounting Associate/Troop Account Liaison (Current Employee) - Milwaukee, WI

Report answer

Be yourself, really hone your strengths, be open to flexibility and change

Answered - Business Manager/Leadership Team (Former Employee) - Mason, WI

Report answer

Be honest and forthright.

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

Report answer