Girl Scouts River Valleys’ council is divided into 144 service units. Service units are led by experienced, dedicated volunteers who support and serve girls, troops, and volunteers in their area and lead local recruitment efforts.
What Service Units Do
Service unit volunteers meet throughout the year to share ideas, receive training, and talk about important announcements. They also organize events like community-wide service projects, summer day camps, cookie rallies, celebrations, ceremonies, and more!
At the end of each year, many service units hold a “Plan of Work” meeting where team members start planning for the next year. Please use the Service Unit End-of-Year Reflection & Goal Setting document and the Guidance for DEIA Goal Setting resource to facilitate this conversation. The Service Unit Yearly Calendar is another great resource to use for this meeting and meetings throughout the year.
Service Unit Volunteers Roles
Our council’s service units are led by experienced volunteers who support troop leaders, other volunteers, and girls and do so in various roles: