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Required Training for Troop Treasurers

 

Thank you for choosing to volunteer as a Troop Treasurer with the Girl Scouts of Oregon and Southwest Washington.

Setting realistic goals, creating budgets, and keeping accurate records are what troop treasurers are all about! Whether you’re working with girls, or maintaining the troop’s finances, your organizational skills and attention to detail will help your girls learn how to bring their plans to life.

Troop Treasurers are troop bank account signers and have accepted the responsibility of management of girl funds in compliance with GSOSW policies; including depositing troop funds in a timely manner, reviewing monthly statements for appropriate transactions, avoiding overdraft and keeping accurate records of the troop’s financial history.

Please contact your SU volunteer team to get connected with the treasurer for your service unit about next steps.

Below are the training requirements for Troop Treasurers.

GS 101 Online

This self-paced training, designed by the Girl Scouts of the United States of America, takes approximately 45 minutes to complete and conveys the vision, values, and goals of the Girls Scouts organization.

Prerequisites:

None

Cost:

None

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Volunteer Essentials and Safety Online

Volunteer Essentials and Safety covers vital information specific to volunteering with the Girl Scouts of Oregon and Southwest Washington. In this 30 minute self-paced course you’ll cover our mission and vision, volunteer expectations and resources, and general safety guidelines and procedures.

Prerequisites:

None

Cost:

None

Take this training online »

Versión en español »

Troop Finance Online

Troop Finance covers essential information on establishing and managing a troop bank account, supervising troop financial records, and guidelines regarding working with troop funds.

Prerequisites:

GS101 and Volunteer Essentials and Safety

Cost:

None

Take this training online »

Versión en español »