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Empower, Support and Lead: Become a Girl Scouts Volunteer
Wednesday, October 21, 2009 • Posted October 21, 2009

Girl Scouts of Central Texas Welcomes Volunteers to Help Serve Local Girls

Austin, Texas, October 13 - The Girl Scouts of Central Texas has opportunities for volunteers who are committed to helping girls develop courage, confidence and character.

Volunteers are the heart and soul of Girl Scouting whether you have an hour, a day, a weekend or more, Girl Scouts has an opportunity that’s right for you.

As a volunteer, you can choose from several exciting and flexible Girl Scout Pathways-the ways that girls and adults participate in our organization-which offer you the freedom to tailor your level of involvement to fit your schedule and lifestyle.

Whether you choose to work directly or indirectly with girls on a short or long-term basis, you will get all the instruction, guidance, and support that you will need to fulfill the responsibilities of your volunteer role successfully as you guide girls through the New Girl Scout Leadership Experience.

For information on volunteering with the Girl Scouts of Central Texas, visit or email Brenda Miner at

About Girl Scouts of Central Texas:

Girl Scouts of Central Texas serves nearly 20,000 girls in grades K-12 and more than 12,000 adult volunteers in 46 Central Texas counties. Headquartered in Austin, Girl Scouts of Central Texas has program centers in Brownwood, Bryan, Killeen, San Angelo and Waco. Through outcomes-based leadership opportunities, girls discover their own potential, connect with others and take action to improve their communities. Girl Scouting offers an array of fun, educational programs focusing on fine arts, science and technology, math, the environment, community service and life skills. Girl Scouts lead with courage, confidence and character, to make the world a better place. For more information, visit

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