Service Unit Teams
Service Unit Teams (formally called Community Teams) are made up of dedicated and awesome volunteers working to build the Girl Scout Leadership Experience in their immediate areas. They are comprised of troops and have a sense of community – hence the name! They often plan camping trips, themed-dances, holiday and year-end parties, cookie rallies and more for the troops, volunteers and parents in their community. West Central Florida has 49 service units, supported by four staff, and led by experienced volunteers who support troops and leaders.
Where is my Service Unit?
Check out our service unit map to see what your service unit name is by location. There are some pretty cool ones out there!
Once you’ve found your service unit above, check out your staff support. Staff support for service unit teams are called Community Membership Managers (or CMMs) and are the primary support of volunteers holding service team team positions.