Becoming a Learning Facilitator
To better serve more than 29,000 girls and 10,000 adults, we need energetic and dedicated volunteers to become council adult education Learning Facilitators.
Who can be a Learning Facilitator?
Anyone! Many times, Learning Facilitators are volunteers who have served the council in other ways as leaders, co-leaders, service team members, troop camp certified adults, first aiders or general troop helpers. Learning Facilitators may also be community volunteers with little or no Girl Scout experience. It doesn’t matter; we will train you! In all instances, Learning Facilitators are people who:
- Work effectively with other adults
- Are respected by adults around them
- Serve as role models for other adult volunteers
- Are dedicated to and support the principles of Girl Scouting
- Are able to give training commitments high priority in scheduling
- Are responsible, dependable, flexible and will follow through on commitments
What do Learning Facilitators do?
1. Attend and complete Learning Facilitators workshop.
2. Specialize in one or more areas:
- Safety: Teach MEDIC FIRST AID®, Intl, Inc. first aid and CPR classes (additonal training required)
- Leadership: Teach Leadership Essentials classes for new leaders
- Outdoor: Teach troop camp certification, backpack certification classes or other outdoor classes
- Enrichment – Teach older girl/adult classes such as Event Planning, Trip Planning, Risk Management, Prepare 2B Ready, Service Team, Program Aide Core or Areas of Concentration, and more. Present short workshops at leader's meetings.
3. Teach five or more sessions yearly.
4. Attend Learning Facilitators updates to learn about new council standards, changing adult/girl programs, course content and training resources.
Click here to download the Girl Scout Learning Facilitators Position Description!