Girl Scouts is the world’s pre-eminent organization dedicated solely to girls — all girls — where, in an accepting and nurturing environment, girls build character and skills for success in the real world. In partnership with adult volunteers and professional staff, girls develop qualities that will serve them all their lives, like leadership, strong values, social conscience and conviction about their own potential and self-worth.
Professional and program opportunities are available with Girl Scouts of Hawai`i throughout the year. Find out more about available positions:
After School Leadership (ASLP) Advisors
The Girl Scouts of Hawai`i is looking for After School Leadership Program Advisors for various locations on the Windward and Waianae Coasts of Oahu and the Lihue and Kapaa areas of Kauai and Kahului area of Maui.
The ASLP Advisor is a part-time position (10-15 hours/week) that is responsible for leading and facilitating the execution of the Girl Scout Leadership Program in an after school setting.
The program operates in a school setting once a week for at least one hour. Additional meetings per week may be added, depending on the number of participants who register.
Advisors are employed by Girl Scouts of Hawai`i and are compensated for preparing, leading, and concluding program activities. In addition, the advisor will conduct evaluations of the program activities. The Advisor is expected to be available at the school location and ASLP site at least 15 minutes prior to the conclusion of the regular school day, as the program begins immediately thereafter.
A successful candidate must:
1. Be energetic, trustworthy, and committed to the values of Girl Scouting;
2. Enjoy working with school-aged children;
3. Be an independent and innovative thinker and problem solver who thrives in a team environment, is willing to tackle new challenges, and be able to manage multiple assignments while meeting specific deadlines with minimal supervision;
4. Have excellent verbal and written communication skills and be able to communicate with parents, school staff, community members, and Girl Scout staff;
5. Have a basic understanding of child development and age appropriate behaviors and skills;
6. Be able to work some weekends, evenings, and one overnight shift;
7. Undergo a comprehensive background check;
8. Have a Bachelor’s degree or attending school to complete a degree in a related field or two years’ work experience in youth programs.
9. The successful candidate will be required to become an adult member of Girl Scouts USA.
1. Prepare and organize program materials and supplies to ensure timely and successful delivery of program activities;
2. Conduct and monitor the Girl Scout After School Leadership Program for all girls ages 5 to 11 in an after school setting;
3. Facilitate communication, as needed, between parents, school staff and administration, and Girl Scout Staff;
4. Work with program coordinator/manager to maintain optimal girl participation levels;
5. Ensure all Girl Scout safety standards and State of Hawaii Department of Education rules and regulations are followed in the ASLP;
6. Actively recruit sign-ups through various methods (i.e. participate in Open House sessions at the schools, distribute flyers to students as allowable, post flyers at community colleges, universities, etc.) to achieve target number of participants at each school location;
7. Properly register all participants and collect all paperwork and payments in a timely responsible manner and in accordance with Girl Scouts of Hawai`i policies and procedures;
8. Manage budget expenses for your respective program;
9. Resolve problems and conflicts in a responsible and mature manner;
10. Notify your supervisor/manager of any issues, concerns, and problems as necessary;
11. Attend all Girl Scouts of Hawai`i required trainings and meetings;
12. Other responsibilities and duties assigned by supervisor and/or other Girl Scouts of Hawai`i staff.
ASLP Work Hours: After school. 12:30pm – 4:30pm, possibly 8:00am – 3:00pm during school intersessions, 1-3 days/week, depending on enrollment
If interested please email your resume to:
Volunteer Recruitment Team
The Membership and Program Services (MAPS) department is looking for outgoing and energetic volunteers to be part of our Volunteer Recruitment team. The recruitment team supports Service Unit and recruitment efforts in underserved areas. This includes helping to create new troops using the current wait list and organizing parent meetings to find Troop Leaders. Each potential volunteer must submit a Volunteer Application and complete the interview process. Candidates should submit their paperwork using the link provided.
If you have any questions about volunteering for the Girl Scouts of Hawai`i, please contact our Membership and Program Services Administrative Assistant, Erica Becerrada, at (808) 675-5534 or email@example.com.
The Membership and Program Services (MAPS) department is looking for experienced, outgoing, and energetic volunteers with a solid understanding of the Girl Scout Leadership Experience (GSLE) to facilitate training for new and experienced volunteers. If you are interested in becoming a Council Trainer, you must submit a Volunteer Application form and complete the interview process. Candidates should submit their paperwork using the link provided.
If you have any questions about volunteering as a Council Trainer for the Girl Scouts of Hawai`i, please contact our Membership and Program Services Administrative Assistant, Erica Becerrada, at (808) 675-5534 or firstname.lastname@example.org.