Thank you for being a role model she'll always remember.
As a volunteer, you introduce girls to new experiences that show them they're capable of more than they ever imagined.You're their cheerleader, guide, and mentor, helping them develop
skills and confidence that will last long after the meeting is over.Envision their smiles, their excitement, the memories made--those are the
moments you helped create by volunteering.
See why others are volunteering today:
Tawni Rayman, Arlington/Lakeland Service Unit, Brownie Troop 13097
"With regards to volunteering in Girl Scouts, I
could talk for hours about how awesome it is, because I'm pretty passionate
about Girl Scouting.
I was a Girl Scout
myself in this area from 2nd grade to 12th grade, and I was excited that my
daughter (when she was in 2nd grade) really wanted to join Girl Scouts. I wanted to be sure she and the other girls
in my troop had the same awesome experience in scouts that I did, so I jumped
in to being a leader. I work full time, have really busy seasons at work, I
have 2 kids that are involved in baseball, lacrosse, piano, church, and Girl Scouts,
and my husband is a firefighter that works 24 hour shifts on a rotating
schedule. Even with all that, though, I
LOVE being a Girl Scout leader.
being able to have a front row seat to watching my daughter and my other scouts
learn new things, experience stuff they wouldn't get to do anywhere else, and
make lasting friendships. I love that I
get to DO things with my daughter rather than only being able to watch her
(like in dance, pom, sports, etc). I
love making memories that she and I will both cherish, just by being together
doing things in scouts.”