In this fast-paced and ever-changing world, Girl Scouts has adapted to accommodate the busy lives of both girls and adults. While many associate Girl Scouts with troops, this is now only one way to participate in Girl Scouts. Pathways are opportunities. Pathways are open to both girls and adults, and no one is limited to the choice of only one pathway. As easily as a girl can choose to participate in the Girl Scout Leadership Experience through one or more of the available pathways, an adult can also choose to volunteer within them.
Current Pathways available to girls and adults are: Troop, Camp, Series, Events, and Travel. We also have additional adult volunteer opportunities available, click here to view our current needs.
Your Service Unit Team. Girl Scouts of New Mexico Trails is a Service Unit-centric council. Every member is a part of a local collection of girls, volunteers, and troops referred to as a Service Unit. Each area throughout our council has a Service Unit Team – a leadership group that functions as a collection of volunteers designated to help lead, train, and promote Girl Scouts in their given district (must like school districts). This group holds 3 area-wide meetings a year, and hosts a multitude of different events for the girls they serve. These volunteers are an invaluable resource to any member in need of guidance. We encourage you to make connections with these individuals and go to them with any questions you may have about Girl Scouting. Click here to connect to your closest Service Unit.
The MVP (Membership, Volunteer Development, and Program) Team
Each member of your Service Unit Team has a member of the Girl Scouts of New Mexico Trails MVP team who specializes in an area equivalent to their own. MVP consists of 15 specialized staff that are available to any Service Unit Team member around the council for questions, concerns, expert help, and guidance. MVP travels around the council as needed and is available by phone and email during regular business hours. This team was restructured in the Summer of 2012 to provide exceptional customer service and more extensive expertise to our membership. An constantly updated contact list can be found on the GSNMT Support page (click here).