This page is designed to support our service unit team administrative volunteers. If you’re interested in becoming a service unit volunteer for your community, please contact our Volunteer Support team.
What is a Service Unit Team?
A service unit is a team of dedicated volunteers working together in their community to promote Girl Scouts. Service units are led by experienced, individuals who support and serve youth members, troops, and volunteers in their area.
Is your service unit hosting or attending a local event to recruit new Girl Scouts? Let us help you with custom Girl Scout branded materials, such as electronic flyers and brochures, banners, and yard signs! Share your plans with us so your Recruitment Specialist can help create a custom kit to support your recruitment efforts. Here's a few flyers to get started:
We offer special use of our council Zoom account to service units interested in holding virtual meetings or offering a remote meeting attendance option to their members. To request a GSEMA Zoom room, please email email@example.com.
Service unit volunteers now have 24/7 access to rosters via Looker, our new membership reporting tool. Troops should continue to use My GS for their troop rosters and membership information.
Instructions for logging in, navigating the Looker dashboards, and a reminder about GSEMA’s CISP policy for confidentiality of member information are available in the gsLearn Online Pathway for Service Units. If you have questions about Looker or need additional help, please contact your volunteer support specialist.