Volunteer Opportunties

Volunteers are critical to the success of the Guiding movement. Whether you are new to Guiding, have a few years under your belt or are a life-long member, young women and seasoned members can bring a variety of experiences to our organizations. Recruitment is currently underway for the following Provincial Level Volunteer Positions.   Volunteer Application 

Completed applications may be forwarded to [email protected]
 or sent to:  Girl Guides of Canada, 3581 Dutch Village Rd,  Halifax, NS B3N 2S9   Fax 902-423-5347


Are you looking for a new guiding challenge? Join the Nova Scotia Provincial Commissioner and her Team!

With the 4th largest membership in the country it takes a province to put girls first- so we need your HELP! 

Who is eligible?

-   ​  Nova Scotia adult guiders with current membership

-     Guiders of any age or experience bracket

-     Guiders who have a passion for Girl Guides

Reasons to apply:

  • 3 year terms
  • Flexible meeting schedules
  • Give back to the guiding community in a new way 
  • Skills based volunteer positions 
  • Opportunity to network with provincial peers
  • Gain valuable skills that enhance your resume
  • Be a part of the bigger picture – Mentor-ship provided as you move along in your new role.

Available Positions

We are looking for interested Guiders for the following positions.  Detailed descriptions are at Committee Responsibilities.

Join the Provincial Member Services Team!   Questions can be directed to Member Services

This team promotes membership, provides training and supports guiders, including Link and Trefoil members.  We’re looking for your help in the following roles:

  • Public Relations Advisor- (starting June 3rd 2017) Guiding is Great! There are lots of ways to get the good word about Guiding out and help promote Guiding across our Province.

Join the Provincial Risk Management Team! Questions can be directed to Risk Management

  • Risk Management & Compliance Advisor- Working with the Safe Guide Advisor, Camp Properties Regulations Advisor and the Area Commissioner, you will help identify areas for risk & support members with GGC Policies & Guidelines.

  • Provincial Safe Guide Adviser- The Provincial Safe Guide Adviser oversees all things “Safe Guide” related.  She has a strong understanding of the Safe Guide protocols and procedures within the province. Working with the Provincial Assessors, she provides support, on-going communication, and guidance to current Assessors and screens and trains new Assessors.

  • Provincial Safe Guide Assessors

    The Provincial Safe Guide Assessor(s) works with the Provincial Safe Guide Assessor team and Adviser to assess Safe Guide paperwork for events and activities.   

The Application Form for Provincial Committees is available at the bottom of Forms and can be sent to [email protected] 

These are exciting times - why not be a part of it!!


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