You do not have to be a parent of a camper in order to volunteer.   Grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins, siblings, friends, teachers, nurses, retired adults, college students, and more are part of the wonderful variety of volunteers at Camp Segonku.  Full-week volunteers receive a $10 discount for their

1st - 6th grade camper.**


The only requirements are:

  • 18 years old by camp start date

  • Pass a background check

  • Register as an Adult Girl Scout*

  • Register as an Adult Volunteer on this page

  • Take two FREE online trainings

  • Attend camp in-person training on June 26th 

*GSUSA Annual Membership dues are $25.  If you become a GSUSA Member specifically to volunteer at Camp Segonku for the entire week, Camp Segonku will reimburse you after you've finished volunteering at the end of the week.  

**You must put a checkmark on the box "Child of Camp Volunteer" on the Camper Registration form (when you register your child) to get this discount.

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Currently, Camp Segonku has the following positions that need to be filled by June 1, 2021.

Covid Cleaning and Safety Monitor

Traffic Monitors

Daisy Unit Leaders (Grade 1)

Brownie Unit Leaders (Grades 2-3)

Junior Unit Leaders (Grades 4-5)

LIA Leaders (Grade 6)

If you have any questions about these positions, click on the pdf below or please email us at or text/call Julie Williams at 360.606.5399.



"Rocky" is a teacher, mother of four, and a long-time volunteer at Camp Seonku.  She shares her love of outdoor cooking with the campers.  

Building girls
of courage, confidence, and   character

"Butternut" (upper left) has been volunteering at Camp Segonku since her daughter "Bombshell" (middle) was a young camper.  "Bombshell" loved making new friends and  eventually became the Camp Director in 2018.  



Step 1

Membership & Background Check

If you are a registered member of Girl Scouts of the USA, skip to Step 2.  If you are not registered, please create an account, specifying you're volunteering as a Friends and Family Member, and pay the GSUSA Membership dues of $25.




After you purchase your Adult GSUSA Membership, print a copy of your $25 receipt to bring to camp, and as a full-week volunteer, you will receive reimbursement on Friday.

New members who register as a volunteer with GSUSA will receive email information about submitting a background check after completing their online registration. If you do not select a volunteer role during registration you will not automatically receive an email to complete a background check.  Current members who are new to a volunteer position and current volunteers who must renew their background check will be sent an email with a personalized link and instructions on completing or renewing their background check.

Individuals who do not have a Social Security number must submit a paper background check form. Email to request the form in English or Spanish.

Camp Forms

Step 2

  • Adult Unit Placement is on a first-come first-choice basis, so register early.

  • Open and Complete the 3 forms below by typing in the fillable answers. 

  • After filling in the information, download the form "with changes" to your computer and attach them to an email and send it to


  1. Adult Volunteer Registration for Camp Segonku

  2. Health History Form #872

  3. Adult Camp Skills Self-Evaluation (optional)

Step 3

Online Trainings


Thank you for jumping in! Before all the fun stuff, you have to do the paperworky stuff. Girls Scouts requires a LOT of paperwork for insurance and safety purposes.  You can get started by following the step-by-step guide under Volunteer Registration on this page. 

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Former campers Dolphin and Superfly are now  Volunteer Unit Leaders.


Volunteer Co-Directors Twilight and Stilts 2012

Sign in to your account at Girl Scouts of Oregon and Southwest Washington.  A new page should appear with "Welcome Your Name!"  and tap on the My Account menu option then scroll down to gsLearn on the left sidebar.  This will take you to the classes you are required to take as a Friends and Family Volunteer.  If you have problems try this link for Getting Started.

664 GSOSW Foundations and 664 GSOSW Mandatory Reporter Training for Volunteers. Once you've taken these classes, you will find them in the ACHIEVEMENTS section of your profiler and GSOSW will inform us that you are able to begin volunteering at camp! 

Step 4

In-Person Training AT CAMP

This training is for all Camp Segonku volunteers and is highly recommended in order to make your week of volunteering more successful.  You will meet other volunteers, learn how camp will be set up, and go over the activities and crafts with the planners and Program Aides.  This training will be outside so please dress accordingly.  If for any reason you cannot attend, please notify  the Camp Director to make other arrangements.  

Saturday, June 26

J.D. Currie Youth Camp in Camas

New Volunteers and CITs 9:00-2:30 (bring lunch)

Returning Volunteers and PAs 12:00-2:30


It's a tradition at Camp Segonku to come up with your own camp name that is always used at camp, year after year.  You can choose anything you want, so have fun and be creative. Volunteers and campers alike adhere to this rule and often use camp names whenever we bump into each other outside of camp. 😊

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