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Mentor and inspire young girls – Girl Guide Volunteers

  • Location: Melville WA
  • Commitment: Regular - more than 6 months
  • Category: Young People
  • Time Required

    Various days and times but generally meeting on weekdays in the afternoon or evening.

  • Type of work
    • Tutoring & Coaching
    • Sport & Physical Activity
    • Companionship & Social Support
  • Training

    Provided by Girl Guides WA

  • Reimbursement

    Out of pocket expenses reimbursed.

  • Requirements
    • Working with Children Check *
    • National Police Certificate *

    All training provided. We will assist you in providing the relevant checks and clearances but you will need to be eligible for a Working with Children card.

    * May be arranged via the Organisation. Details to be provided on expression of interest.

How do you become a Leader? Becoming a Leader involves becoming a member of Girl Guides WA and participating in training in emergency first aid and other leadership skills. We offer regular training by a qualified team.

Why should you get involved in Leadership at Girl Guides WA? Our Leaders report they have increased their all-round confidence and skills, experienced the joy of helping girls grow, made lifelong friendships, and had loads of fun! Many women volunteer with Girl Guides as a way of stepping back into the workforce after having children as it’s a fantastic confidence boost and a great way to upskill and meet people. Women and girls have been part of this amazing organisation for over 100 years and we’re seeking fresh people to take us forward with our modern goals of empowerment, confidence, advocacy and making a difference.

Ex-Guides are welcome to apply but NO EXPERIENCE is necessary.

Locations include Bateman, Bull Creek, Leeming, Ardross, Canning/Parkwood, Melville, Spearwood, Como, Rossmoyne/Shelley, Southern River, Atwell, Willetton