Girl Scouts of Southern Nevada Overview
Someone who had 3 hours of volunteer time could: Want to make a difference in a girls life, but don’t have a lot of time to spend? Girl Scouts offers many opportunities for volunteers to mentor girls in their field of expertise. Are you a business executive with expertise in banking, marketing, or human resources - you might enjoy sharing your knowledge at our Girl Scout Leadership Summit for high school aged girls.
Are you in the construction industry? Consider participating in Ms. Fix It, a one day event to give elementary aged girls a hands-on look at careers in the construction industry.
If you have a talent or area of expertise, we have a short-term opportunity to pair you with a girl who shares your interest and could benefit from your mentoring!
Visit our website and let us know how you would like to get involved!
Geographic areas served: Southern Nevada
Programs: Traditional Troops and Groups still serve the majority; there are eight drop-in centers which provide daily after school program; five sports clubs and that number is growing rapidly; there is program for individual members which provides opportunities to participate on their own schedule, there is a girls summer camp available for non-members, too. GSFC serves girls in the 52,000 square miles that makes up southern Nevada including those girls in mining outposts and ranching communities.
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