Be a Tropical Florida Volunteer!
The Girl Scout Council of Tropical Florida depends on volunteers to provide girls with the best leadership experiences. Our current volunteers come to us with various different skill sets from a wide range of professional backgrounds. Because we want to reach out to every girl with a desire to make a difference in the world, no matter what her interests, we strive to ensure our group of volunteers offer diversity and personify the values written in the Girl Scout Promise and Law.
Girl Scouts is not just about cookies, camping, and crafts. It's much more. In today's ever-changing society it is important to provide programs comprehensive enough to cater to a medley of girl interests. So we are in search of volunteers who can help us do just that! Whether you are a former Girl Scout, an established professional, a student, male or female--there is a place for you at Girl Scouts to guide girls in discovering their personal best and connecting with others in an increasingly diverse world. Being a volunteer is flexible as the schedule will revolve around your free time. Our council will provide all of the resources and training necessary. Think you might be interested? Get started by filling out our Online Volunteer Interest Form.
Once a Girl Scout, Always a Girl Scout!
Whatever your Girl Scout role may have been-Daisy, Brownie, Junior, Cadette, Senior, Ambassador, troop leader, camp volunteer, staff member, or dozens of others-you're part of a 59-million-strong network of Girl Scout alumnae. Each of us has a success story to tell and memories to share. And all of us are looking to reconnect with old friends, while finding a way to support this generation of girls.
Join our Alumni Email List to receive alumnae updates and events.
Special Offer: Alumnae can now re-register as a Girl Scout and receive a 100th Anniversary Alumna pin for only $30! Want yours? Email email@example.com
Advocate on Behalf of Girls
Today’s girl is backing down, opting out, and playing small. She lacks role models and mentors, especially in the high-paying science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) fields. She’s confronted by unhealthy images of female beauty. And the mean-girl culture of her peers holds her back. Girls start opting out of leadership around 5th grade. If this goes unchecked, millions of girls will never realize their full potential.
Legislation may be only part of the total picture, but it’s an effective way to encourage change. We’ve set up a simple process for advocating on behalf of girls, in three distinct areas:
Strengthen STEM education for all students by asking your legislator to support STEM initiatives.
Stand up for girls’ safety by sponsoring legislation that promotes children’s emotional health, social skills, and character development.
Will you advocate on behalf of girls? Make a few clicks.
And help get her there.