As we are getting started, we need help in all areas, including fundraising, food distribution, outreach, etc.
We are looking for skilled tradesmen, carpenters, electricians, etc. to help with framing and other construction needs during housing renovations.
BCWA provides opportunities to high school students who need service hours.
Join our engagement committee to help plan upcoming events such as the annual meeting, educational walks or programs like Monarch Tagging. The committee typically meets once a month and works together to create informative, meaningful and fun events.
Present topics of your choosing and interest at a talk or on a walk through the wetlands. Topics may include wetlands, native plants, photography, birding, fitness, etc. Volunteer training booklet is provided.
Meet with the girls on an agreed upon regular basis and guide them through the Girl Scout Leadership Experience.
Volunteer needs may vary from camp but includes roles like camp nurse, check-in day support, pre-camp training support, etc.
Events cover a variety of topics and grade-levels. Guidance and support will be provided by lead event staff.
Empower girls to lead activities, learn by doing and cooperate with others for a short-term Girl Scout Leadership Experience. Curriculum support and training provided. Series occur anytime throughout the year and meeting schedule is flexible. Assistants help facilitate activities and manage troop business (registration, attendance, money, etc.).
Like to plan, organize and participate in a team? Work with special event committees to plan, develop and implement activities that will further our mission.