Girlguiding Fife

Charity registered in Scotland SC002196

We provide a safe environment for young girls and young women to meet and learn new skills and have fun . Also volunteering adults have opportunities to learn leadership skills and gain qualifications.


Current opportunities

Being a Rainbow, Brownie or Guide is all about having the space to try new things through a programme of age-appropriate activities, trips and adventures. More information can be found at https://www.girlguidingscotland.org.uk/ The purpose of the role is to give girls opportunities for fun, friendship, challenge and adventure. As a unit helper you will support leaders to deliver Girlguiding programme activities with the girls during their meetings. Some tasks include: - Supporting a safe girl-only space where girls can discover their full potential. - Supporting the delivery of an accessible and inclusive programme as set out by Girlguiding. - Completing relevant training for the role to develop your skills. - Complying with Girlguiding policies and regulations.

Being a Rainbow, Brownie or Guide is all about having the space to try new things through a programme of age-appropriate activities, trips and adventures. More information can be found at https://www.girlguidingscotland.org.uk/ The purpose of the role is to give girls opportunities for fun, friendship, challenge and adventure. As a unit helper you will support leaders to deliver Girlguiding programme activities with the girls during their meetings. Some tasks include: - Supporting a safe girl-only space where girls can discover their full potential. - Supporting the delivery of an accessible and inclusive programme as set out by Girlguiding. - Completing relevant training for the role to develop your skills. - Complying with Girlguiding policies and regulations.

Being a Rainbow, Brownie or Guide is all about having the space to try new things through a programme of age-appropriate activities, trips and adventures. The purpose of the role is to give girls opportunities for fun, friendship, challenge and adventure. As a leader you have responsibility for the unit you work with but you don't need to do everything! Tasks can be shared with other volunteers - working together to make the most of the skills and time you are able to give. Some tasks include: - Providing a safe girl-only space where girls can discover their full potential. - Creating and delivering an accessible and inclusive programme as set out by Girlguiding. - Encouraging and supporting members in decision-making. - Completing relevant training for the role and encouraging other members to develop their skills. - Overseeing unit administration and finance. - Complying with Girlguiding policies and regulations.