If your troop wants to participate in a high adventure activity and you don’t have a trained facilitator, you can:
1. Become a trained facilitator
The best way to ensure that you will have a facilitator the day of your high adventure reservation is to become one yourself (or have another adult from your troop get trained). Log into gsLearn to search for upcoming high adventure trainings.
Want to take your high adventure training to the next level? Use your certifications to help girls beyond your troop participate in high adventure activities by becoming a volunteer facilitator! If interested, email email@example.com.
2. Reach out to your Service Unit
Other troops in your Service Unit may have already done the high adventure activity you want to participate in. Reach out to leaders to see how they have secured facilitators. Someone from your area may even be available to directly assist your troop!
3. Post on the Outdoor and High Adventure Rallyhood
Share that your troop is looking for a facilitator on Rallyhood (specifically the Outdoor and High Adventure rally). Many of our volunteer trained facilitators are on Rallyhood and can comment directly on posts you make. Learn more about Rallyhood and how to join here.
4. Use the Facilitator Request Survey
If you are unable to secure a facilitator using any of the methods above, you can fill out our Volunteer Facilitator Request survey. See the dropdown below for more information.