To be considered by the Nominating Committee, apply through the links below by December 15:
Girl Scouts Nation’s Capital is a membership organization with volunteers, parents, and girls actively engaged in the strategic policy direction of the Council.
We are currently seeking nominations from our girls (14 years of age and older) and adult members to serve on our Board of Directors and Nominating Committee. We are also seeking Council Delegates to the National Council Session in Ohio, Oct. 4-8 2017.
If you missed our webinar on governance, you can dowload the presentation here.
Some Board members bring a wealth of Girl Scout knowledge, while others bring expertise in areas such as strategic thinking and communications, knowledge of Girl Scouting, experience in governance (audit, investments and finance), and decision-making.
All applications must be received no later than December 15 to be considered by the Nominating Committee. Elections of a single slate are held at the annual meeting in April and positions begin for the following Girl Scout year on October 1. Detailed information on election and terms of office is outlined in the Council’s Bylaws and Procedure for Nominations from the Floor.
Information on Board Committees and other Girl Scout Volunteer opportunities can be found here: committees and task forces.
Your application must be completed if you are interested in being considered for a position on the Board of Directors of Girl Scouts Nation's Capital, this includes Girl Scouts who applied previously and were encouraged to apply given their age eligibility. Interested girls must currently be in the ninth, tenth or eleventh grade and at a minimum of 14 years of age. All applications will be reviewed by the Council’s Nominating Committee and all girls will be invited to interview in-person.
Applications must be received no later than December 15 to be considered by the Nominating Committee. Click here to complete the application. Interviews are held at the Council office in Washington, DC, in January.
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