Thank You So Much for Volunteering to be a Girl Scouts of Northern California Troop Support Manager!
What Do Troop Support Managers Do?
Troop support managers assist in recruiting new leaders and girls, coordinate the formation of new troops and work with the other service unit team members to develop a membership plan for the year.
Troop Support Manager Position Description.
Who Can Be A Troop Support Manager?
Any registered and screened adult 18 or older, female or male who has completed the required training for the role and who is familiar with all the courses that new leaders are required to take.
How Do I Become A Troop Support Manager?
If you haven't already done so, complete volunteer screening and become a registered member, then complete the required courses (course link to the right). If you would like to find out how to volunteer for this role, please call 1-800-447-4475 ext. 3091 or complete the online interest form.
Resources For Troop Support Managers
- Recruitment Materials and Service Unit Resources
- Registration Materials and Troop Resources
- Steps to Start A New Troop
- Mentor information
- Logo/flyer Guidelines
- National Program Resources and Girl Scout Leadership Experience
- Check out all the troop volunteer pages so that you can guide troop leaders to their resource pages.
- Check out all the service unit volunteer pages to help you recruit members to your service unit team.
- Check out all the council volunteer pages to get connected to learning facilitators and mentors who can assist with training and mentoring to the volunteers in your service unit.