Girl Scout Information for Adults

Volunteer Placement Process - Troop/Group Leaders

In order to ensure the selection and placement of capable and qualified leadership in all operational positions, Girl Scouts of San Jacinto Council uses an application process as part of the volunteer placement process. This process includes recruitment, selection, placement, training, recognition and position evaluation of volunteers.

For information on becoming a volunteer, check out our volunteer section.

The council offers training for adults in many areas. Get more information on training.

Opportunities Beyond the Council

Girl Scouts of San Jacinto Council offers volunteers the opportunity to participate in learning opportunities beyond those offered by our Council. The mission of Adult Education Opportunities Committee is: to identify educational opportunities offered by various local community and nonprofit organizations, as well as Girl Scouts of the USA and many of the other Girl Scout councils throughout the country and to "match" appropriate Council volunteers to these opportunities and help provide the resources for them to attend.

Whether the volunteer is a member of the troop/group leadership team, a community administrator, a community leadership team member, or whether the volunteer has recently been asked to serve on one of the many Council committees, the Council has the perfect opportunity for every volunteer.

Council and National Recognition Awards for Volunteers

Girl Scouts of San Jacinto Council could not offer such high quality programs and services to the more than 58,000 Girl Scouts in the Council without the work of many exceptional volunteers. To nominate a leader, volunteers, community group or family for their outstanding service and support, use the Adult Recognitions Form (F-55).