For Service Units

Service Unit Fall Product Managers (SUFPM) are an invaluable part of the Girl Scout Fall Product Program. Volunteers like you are the champions, role models and coaches who help girls discover their amazing potential and take steps towards achieving their goals. 

What does a Service Unit Fall Product Manager do?

  • Serve as a key member of the Service Unit team and act as a liaison between the Product Program and Membership teams to facilitate the Fall Product Program.
  • Attend Service Unit Fall Product training either in-person or virtually.
  • Complete a Product Program Manager Agreement Form.
  • Help support volunteers, specifically Troop Fall Product Managers, to carry out Product Program responsibilities, answer questions, and ensure deadlines are met.
  • Advocate troop and girl participation in all aspects of the Fall Product Program.
  • Assist in Service Unit Training for fellow volunteers in Fall Product Program responsibilities, including, but not limited to administration of program, delivery, rewards, and technology.
  • In partnership with the Product Program Team, arrange for local delivery of product and rewards
  • Ability to meet deadlines as they relate to all aspects of the Fall Product Program.
  • Follow all processes and procedures, as dictated by Girl Scouts of the USA and Girl Scouts of the Chesapeake Bay.

For detailed instructions, dates, helpful tips and more, view the Service Unit Fall Product Manager Manual

Service Unit Fall Product Manager Requirements

  • Must be a registered member of Girl Scouts of the Chesapeake Bay and successfully complete the volunteer screen process, including background checks and additional steps, as necessary.
  • Maintain confidentiality.
  • Access, ability and willingness to utilize technology, including an actively used email address.
  • Uphold the Girl Scout Promise & Law in all interactions with the general public, Girl Scout members and GSCB Staff.
  • Provide the requested feedback surrounding the facilitation and execution of the Cookie Program.

M2OS Tutorial Videos for SUs

Use this tutorial video for assistance identifying your product delivery site:

Schedule your troop pick up times, and allow them to sign up for a time slot in M2OS:

If you need delivery tickets, check out this tutorial video:

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