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Are you mission-driven, looking to work in a dynamic team environment, and influence the lives of girls? Then Girl Scouts of Southeastern New England may be the place for you!

Working at GSSNE is all about a passion and commitment to help girls grow into the best version of themselves in an ever-changing and challenging world. It’s about delivering leadership programs and working side-by-side with volunteers to bring the Girl Scout mission to life while building partnerships in our community. 

Careers

 


Regional Community Manager, full-time

Do you want to help people learn about how Girl Scouts can change their lives?

The Regional Community Manager for Girl Scouts of Southeastern New England does just that. This role is all about relationship-building, joy, enthusiasm, and driving interest towards the over 100-year-old Girl Scouts movement.

The Regional Community Manager talks to parents and girls about joining our organization and helps identify new volunteers who want to bring Girl Scouts to their local communities. The right candidate is an outgoing, self-motivated, goal-oriented team player who likes to provide strategic solutions, tell the story of Girl Scouting via presentations and networking with community organizations, corporations, schools, educators, faith-based institutions, and other community constituents. This individual will attend and host events, in-person and virtually, and have a direct impact on the overall fiscal success of Girl Scouts of Southeastern New England by bringing the Girl Scout experience to more girls and adults in RI, MA, and CT communities.

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Girl Experience Program Manager

Girl Scouts of Southeastern New England (GSSNE) is seeking a Girl Experience Program Manager. This role focuses on creating and delivering the national Girl Scout Leadership Experience (GSLE). The Program Manager ensures that all GSSNE youth experiences incorporate the “discover-connect-take action” leadership model, are inclusive of all Girl Scouts, and expose Girl Scouts to a broad range of learning opportunities.

The Program Manager is also focused on fun! The right candidate is an educator with experience in curriculum development and program implementation. The Program Manager will deliver and support several signature program events throughout the calendar year. They will collaborate with volunteers and program partners to plan and implement programs and activities and create both short and long-term opportunities for volunteer involvement in programming. Like all roles at GSSNE, the Girl Experience Program Manager is committed to supporting girl and adult membership as part of a larger cross-functional team providing customer care and support to established members.

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Episodic Volunteers

Girl Scouts of Southeastern New England is always looking for adult volunteers to lend their special talents. If you're looking to volunteer with GSSNE but want something with a shorter time commitment, you can be an episodic volunteer! Whether you are a master painter, a craftsperson who can teach our girls the basics of construction, or just great at organization and want to lend a hand in our administrative office—we are excited to welcome you!

Please complete our Episodic Volunteer Form to help us learn a bit more about you and the ways you're looking to get involved. 

 


Outreach Facilitator 

Are you looking for teaching experience? Do you enjoy working with children? Would you like flexible hours and great pay? Do you want to make a difference?

The Outreach Facilitator will deliver Girl Scout programming at extended learning sites in Central Falls, Providence, Pawtucket, and Woonsocket schools throughout the week after school between 2:30 PM - 5:30 PM. Information to apply is in the position description.

Outreach Facilitator position description

$20.00 - $30.00 per session

To apply please contact GSSNE Outreach Manager, Darmelis Cruz at dcruz@gssne.org



GSSNE is an Equal Employment /Affirmative Action Organization.