Singleton Seaside Girl Guides are seeking women to become Leaders or Unit Helpers in their Unit. The Unit meets for 1.5 hours on Tuesday evenings from 6pm - 7.30pm and caters for girls aged 10 to 13. Girl Guide leaders are role models that provide support to young girls to help them discover their potential as young leaders of their world. This is one of the most rewarding and fun volunteering jobs around!
What do we do? Girl Guides WA aims to empower girls and young women to become confident, self-respecting and responsible community members.
What do Leaders do? Our Unit Leaders meet regularly with a group of girls of a specific age group of their preference in a community centre or hall. Meetings run for 2 hours on Monday evenings. During the meeting you will help girls develop skills, positive values and confidence through fun activities. You will be supported by a Region Manager (also a volunteer) and the team of other Leaders in the Region.
How do you become a Leader? Becoming a Leader involves becoming a member of Girl Guides WA and participating in training in emergency first aid and other leadership skills. We offer regular training by a qualified team.
Why should you get involved in Leadership at Girl Guides WA? Our Leaders report they have increased their all-round confidence and skills, experienced the joy of helping girls grow, made lifelong friendships, and had loads of fun! Women and girls have been part of this amazing organisation for over 100 years and we’re seeking fresh people to take us forward with our modern goals of empowerment, confidence, advocacy and making a difference.
No previous Guiding experience necessary.