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Employment Opportunities with Girl Scouts of Nassau County


At Girl Scouts of Nassau County we offer great employment opportunities. We are always looking for talented, dynamic and creative individuals who embrace the mission and values of Girl Scouts.

If you don't see an employment opportunity listed in your field, please check back again or send your cover letter and resume to In your cover letter please include why you want to work for the Girl Scouts of Nassau County, the type of position you are looking for and any other relevant information. We will get back to you if we have a potential match.

Girl Scouts of Nassau County is committed to diversity. EOE. 


Current Opportunities

Temporary Cupboard Help – 2 Full-Time

The Entrepreneurial Programs Department is looking for help during Cookie Season. We need two people on a temporary full-time basis, to work primarily Monday-Friday 9:00-5:00, occasional Saturday mornings 10:00-1:00 may be needed.
The successful Cupboard Help candidates should be:

• Reliable and dependable
• Customer friendly
• Able to read, understand and fulfill orders as indicated on order forms
• Able to lift and carry up to 50 lbs
• Willing to spend the majority of the day outdoors, in all types of winter weather
• Available from January 26 to March 27

Responsibilities include:
• Lifting, loading and unloading boxes.
• Reading customer order forms and correctly selecting and counting merchandise
• Moving products between trucks, Cookie Cupboard, and cars in parking lot
• Keeping merchandise neat and organized in Cupboard and Trailor

We are looking for individuals to start at the end of January.

Warehouse experience is not required, but would be helpful.

Girl Scouts of Nassau County is committed to diversity. EOE.

If interested in applying for this position, send your cover letter and resume to


MVP Specialist, Volunteerism – Part-time

The MVP Specialist, Volunteerism is a part-time position that is responsible for growing the number of volunteers while providing exceptional support. This will be accomplished by applying expert knowledge of girls, girl issues, the Girl Scout Leadership Experience, and the National Program Portfolio while collaborating with other team members and council departments to growing and sustaining membership and supporting volunteers and partners in delivering high quality program experiences to a growing number and diversity of girls.

Responsibilities may include, but are not limited to:
• Develop the process of volunteer role planning and development with all departments including identifying volunteer learning needs across pathways and volunteer roles and advocating for volunteer led delivery of programs and services
• Increase the recruitment and retention of volunteers from diverse and emerging populations using multiple and innovative strategies. Identify community resources for potential volunteers and recruit, select, process and place volunteers based on interests and abilities, and ensure they are prepared and supported.
• Increase Girl Scouts’ visibility in the community and foster interest in volunteer opportunities by partnering with youth organizations and planning and coordinating with all Council departments.
• Create, plan and deliver volunteer learning opportunities and resources, deliverable in multiple mediums.
• Recognize volunteers in formal and informal ways throughout the year, creating a culture of appreciation in which all volunteers feel valued on the Association, regional and Council level.
• Collaborate with MVP teams to develop and execute effective girl and adult recruitment and retention strategies.

• Bachelor degree or related work experience preferred
• Ability to work with diverse groups of individuals
• Excellent written & verbal communication skills
• Strong interpersonal skills, some background in conflict resolution
• Computer literacy, especially MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook, and familiarity with current social media tools (e.g. Facebook and Twitter)
• Flexibility in work schedule, weekend and evening work required
• Ability to successfully manage multiple projects simultaneously
• Ability to adapt to new situations and changes as necessary
• Willingness to work in an out-based environment as needed
• Ability to lift and carry up to 25 lbs., walk moderate distances and/or stand for varying periods of time
• Valid driver’s license and access to a car in order to travel to off-site locations as necessary
• Knowledge and understanding of Girl Scouting a plus
• Willingness to purchase, maintain and wear components of the adult Girl Scout as appropriate
• Some experience in public speaking and presentations to small and large audiences

Girl Scouts of Nassau County is committed to diversity. EOE.

If interested in applying for this position, send your cover letter and resume to


Volunteer Opportunities at Girl Scouts of Nassau County

Girl Scouts of Nassau County has a diverse array of volunteer opportunities are available for adults ages 18 years and over. Click to view Volunteer Opportunities Available.


About Girl Scouts of Nassau County (GSNC)

Girl Scouts of Nassau County provides a great work environment! We invite you to view our Core Values.

In 2010 GSNC was named one of the 50 best non-profits to work for in the United States, by the Non-Profit Times, the national publication of the non-profit industry.  Of the thousands of applicant organizations considered of medium size, Girl Scouts of Nassau County was ranked 15th!  GSNC’s core values and competitive benefits, staff empowerment and open-book management, all contribute to the atmosphere of respect, teamwork, and a work culture that attracts and retains the best employees.

AARP Top 50 companies to work forGSNC is honored to be named by AARP as one of 50 companies nationwide as a 'Best Employer for Workers Over 50' for 2007. According to AARP, this award is given to "employers that take a world class approach in their policies toward 50 and over workers, and understand that the result is more productive employees." Because GSNC understands the importance of balancing the work/family needs of its employees, its benefits and work environment make it a great place to work for people of all ages.

Long Island Family FriendlyIn late 2007, Girl Scouts of Nassau County was honored to receive the Alfred P. Sloan Award for Business Excellence in Workplace Flexibility. We were one of only three companies on Long Island (along with CMP and KPMG) to be chosen for this award from the Families and Work Institute in partnership with The Center for Workforce Preparation (an affiliate of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce), and the Twiga Foundation.