Service Unit Manager
The service unit manager (SUM) serves as a knowledgeable, positive,
and encouraging source of support and leadership for the entire
service unit team. This position enthusiastically engages others in
carrying out the team’s plans, building community, and delivering
quality Girl Scout experiences in their area. For more information,
check out the Service
Unit Manager Position Description. Ready to go? VOLUNTEER TODAY!
The service unit data specialist (SUDS) is the go-to resource for
service team members, troop leaders, and individuals regarding the
service unit’s data. Data includes, but is not limited to: personal
information about members, Girl Scout participation types (such as
troops, programs, clubs, etc.), volunteer background check status, and
volunteer training status. The SUDS works closely with other service
unit team members to support their work, and with troop leaders to
both provide, gather, and ensure up-to-date information. The SUDS also
regularly communicates with GSOSW customer support about data changes
and with their GSOSW data team liaison regarding any questions or
report requests. For more information, check out the Data
Specialist Position Description. Ready to go? VOLUNTEER TODAY!
Girl Experience Mentor
The girl experience mentor (GEM) focus is helping troop leaders
understand Girl Scout programming and incorporate the Girl Scout
Leadership Experience (GSLE) into their troop experience. More
broadly, the GEM educates, mentors, and supports volunteers in finding
purpose and inspiration in the Girl Scout Leadership Experience and
Girl Scout programming; facilitating girl-led experiences through
progression; delivering fun, girl-led Girl Scout events; and
championing a well-rounded Girl Scout experience. For more
information, check out the Girl
Experience Mentor Position Description. Ready to go? VOLUNTEER TODAY!
Membership Growth Manager
The membership growth manager (MGM) brings their creative spark to
engage the service team, troops, and Girl Scout families in
opportunities to invite new members to join and volunteer with Girl
Scouts. They build a network of local troop volunteers, Girl Scout
families, and community partners who are ready to take action to help
more girls become Girl Scouts. For more information, check out the Membership
Growth Manager Position Description. Ready to go? VOLUNTEER TODAY!
The service unit product manager (SUPM) position manages their
community’s participation in council sponsored product programs,
including the Girl Scout Cookie Program and the Fall Product Program.
This position provides the training, guidance, and support troop
volunteers need to engage their girls in a successful program focused
on Girl Scouts building key leadership and entrepreneurial skills. For
more information, check out the Service
Unit Product Manager Position Description. Ready to go? VOLUNTEER TODAY!
The service unit travel coordinator (TC) supports and coaches
volunteers in planning troop travel that is girl-led, safe, and
progression-based (age/experience appropriate). They understand,
uphold and abide by GSOSW Council Volunteer Policies and Procedures
and are comfortable accessing and sharing resources to support Girl
Scout travel. The TC keeps detailed records of troop travel for the
service unit and guides volunteers through the trip approval process.
For more information, check out the Travel
Coordinator Position Description. Ready to go? VOLUNTEER TODAY!
The service unit treasurer serves as the coordinator of Girl Scout
funds in the service unit and supports the banking needs of Girl Scout
troops. The service unit treasurer helps ensure that all financial
processes followed are consistent with the Girl Scout Leadership
Experience and Girl Scout guidelines. For more information, check out
Position Description. Ready to go? VOLUNTEER TODAY!
The volunteer mentor is a crucial component in the development and
success of new troop leaders. Serving as the first point of contact in
the service unit for new troop leaders, the volunteer mentor provides
a warm welcome, introduces the opportunities available to leaders
through the service unit, provides advanced learning opportunities,
and answers any questions new leaders have about Girl Scouts and their
role. For more information, check out the Volunteer
Mentor Position Description. Ready to go? VOLUNTEER TODAY!