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What it Takes to Be a Troop Leader or Co-Leader
Anyone who believes in the principles of Girl Scouts and can serve as a positive role model for girls may apply to be a Girl Scout Leader or Co-Leader. At least one member of the leadership team must be female.
Hold regularly scheduled troop meetings.
Use Girl Scout program principles as the basis for troop activities.
Abide by national and council policies; and interpret them to girls in a positive way.
Carry out troop activities to ensure and protect the safety of all participants.
Attend and participate in service unit meetings.
Support and participate in service unit and council activities.
Keep accurate troop records.
Keep girls and parents informed of troop finances on a regular basis.
Attend required council leadership training sessions.