Thank you for accepting the family partnership special event coordinator position within your service unit. The Family Partnership Campaign provides the financial support that enables girls and adults to achieve the mission and goals of the Girl Scout Leadership Experience. Girl Scout parents, volunteers and paid staff join community members and area businesses to form a funding partnership that invests in the development of today’s girls.
This page is a resource for your role as family partnership special event coordinator. You will find valuable information about your primary responsibilities, the resources available to support your success and monthly service unit reports.
Take a closer look at the role of the family partnership special event coordinator by reviewing the volunteer position description.
Three Major Roles of the Family Partnership Special Event Coordinator:
- Manage the family partnership special event within your service unit to achieve service unit and council goals.
- Educate parents and volunteers about the Girl Scout Leadership Experience and how family partnership benefits girls and adults.
- Communicate with the service team regarding the progress of the family partnership campaign.
All appointed volunteers must complete two required trainings within six months of their appointment. The two required trainings include Girl Scout Fundamentals and position training. Girl Scouts of Western Ohio recommends the following training sequence to help our volunteers best prepare themselves for their work with the service unit.
The following resources will help you to organize, develop and implement a successful family partnership special event in your service unit.
Service Unit Year-to-Date Family Partnership Reports
Click on your region below to view year-to-date service unit family partnership reports: