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Internship/After School Program Facilitator

 RESPONSIBLE TO:  Director of Membership Director and Program Development Specialist

 PURPOSE: To provide The Girl Scout Leadership Experience to girls by facilitating programs prescribed by the Girl Scouts of Southwest Indiana (GSSI) in assigned schools and community organizations.


The person in this position is responsible for maintaining and extending The Girl Scout Leadership Experience through membership and providing program opportunities for girls in the targeted area. It is the incumbent’s job to maintain a safe environment that will help girls grow in self-esteem and character. While having fun, girls should be encouraged to set goals and develop skills through various activities and curriculum.


  1. Deliver specifically designed Girl Scout programs as assigned by GSSI supervisor.
  2. Ensure a safe environment for girls.
  3. Immediately report accidents or any other unusual incident to GSSI supervisor.
  4. Work effectively and inclusively with girls from a variety of backgrounds.
  5. Collect and preserve accurate and complete records of attendees as assigned by GSSI supervisor.
  6. Administer pre- and post-surveys for programs as assigned by GSSI supervisor.
  7. Represent GSSI professionally while in schools and in all public venues.
  8. Adhere to all GSSI policies.
  9. Must become a registered Girl Scout.
  10. Other duties as assigned.


  1. Belief in the mission and purpose of the Girl Scout movement and willingness to subscribe to principles expressed in the Girl Scout Promise and Law.
  2. Ability to work with volunteers and members with diverse backgrounds and cultures.
  3. Ability to communicate enthusiasm for Girl Scouting with good communication skills, written and oral.
  4. Ability to manage time, work independently, and handle multiple priorities.
  5. Willingness to take direction from GSSI staff.
  6. Willingness to work directly with girls of all ages.
  7. Willingness to give time, energy, and interest required.
  8. Capable of providing own transportation and have a valid drivers license.


Physical activities include, but are not limited to, climbing, reaching, walking, standing, pushing, hearing, speaking, and repetitive motions. Physical demands require exerting up to 20 pounds of force occasionally. Working conditions occur inside and outside, subject to noise and atmospherics.  

Interested in this position? Contact Clay Prindle, 812-421-4970, Ext. 318.