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Envision yourself engaged in meaningful work in a collaborative environment with open communication and mutual respect, where your ideas are valued and appreciated. Imagine yourself working to your full potential, making a positive contribution to a girl’s life.
At Girl Scouts Carolinas Peaks to Piedmont that is precisely what we offer our employees. We are an equal opportunity employer offering diverse career paths in many fields and dedicated to building a better future for those who work with us.
We have office locations in Asheville, Gastonia, Hickory and Greensboro, NC and camp facilities in Brevard, Lenoir and Sophia, NC. All of our properties are tobacco-free.
We offer a flexible work environment with generous paid-time off benefits for full and part-time team members. Full-time team members have a comprehensive benefits package that includes medical, life and long-term disability, as well as dental, vision, 401K and other programs.
Outdoor Experience Coordinator
Girl Scouts Carolinas Peaks to Piedmont is looking for an Outdoor Experience Coordinator to oversee their customer-friendly system for camp and adult learning registration processes.
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Outdoor Experience Manager- Keyauwee Program Center
Girl Scouts Carolinas Peaks to Piedmont is searching for an energetic and versatile camp/programming expert to direct Keyauwee Program Center, located in Sophia, NC, outside of Greensboro, and provide leadership in outdoor and other year-round programming areas. The Outdoor Experience Manager will live on-site and provide a fun and safe learning and camping experience for all girls who visit the property.
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Fall 2019 Marketing Intern
Girl Scouts Carolinas Peaks to Piedmont is searching for a marketing intern this fall to help us market membership benefits and camp programming for our organization serving over 18,000 members with 60+ employees.
Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to, design of social media materials, graphics and messaging, organization of special social events (i.e. Facebook and Instagram Live), film and produce videos for social media and and help the team discover what content is performing best.
For a full description, please click here. This internship will run from early September through early December and includes a weekly stipend. To apply, please click here. Interviews will begin in August 2019.
Temporary (Seasonal) Part-Time Program Provider
The Community Program addresses the need for at-risk and underserved girls in low economic areas. This position is a grant-funded, community program leader position that provides the Girl Scout Leadership Experience program to girls from these types of backgrounds to develop healthy relationships and to increase interest in school and the community.
Girl Scouts introduces them to real life skills to enable them to have richer lives within their family and community and to be better prepared academically for the future. The Girl Scout Leadership Experience Community Program delivers social and emotional learning in the following competency areas: self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, relationship skills and responsible decision-making. These competencies, known as soft skills, have been identified as key factors in academic success and successful employment. They are also introduced to higher awards and scholarships. Girl Scouts encourages community service by giving back and changing the world. The duration of this position is determined yearly based on grant funding and site requirements.