The communications consultant provides consistent communication support through a variety of methods with the service unit and communicates the benefits of the Girl Scout Leadership Experience
to local media sources and the public.
The day-to-day building of the Girl Scout brand and friend making is often best done people from the community. Volunteers are very effective when it comes to telling the Girl Scout story in their local community. Whether it’s submitting a picture of a local Girl Scout troop to your local paper or starting a closed Facebook page for your service unit, this role is extremely important. There are three key components of the communications consultants role :
- Managing service unit communications
- Educating the community about Girl Scouting
- Working with the service team.