Girl Scout Juliettes
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Juliette Girl Scouts (Individually Registered Members) are registered girl members, in grades K-12, who are busy, independent, self-confident girls and young women who want to be a part of something larger–Girl Scouts! Meeting in troops is one way to be part of the Girl Scout experience. But when there aren’t available troops in the area, a troop no longer meets, or a girl becomes too busy with extracurricular activities or sports, becoming a Juliette will allow her to continue her Girl Scout experience independently, on her own schedule.

As a Juliette, a girl won’t attend troop meetings. Instead, she will work on Girl Scout programs with the guidance of a caregiver or another adult mentor. She will decide what activities to participate in and which recognitions/awards she wishes to complete. A Juliette may also participate in service unit and council events, trips and badge-earning opportunities, council-offered programs, and more.

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  • Why Should a Girl Become a Juliette?
    There are many advantages to participating in Girl Scouts as a Juliette:

    • Gain leadership experience.
    • Have the opportunity to participate in all Girl Scout activities individually, so she can tailor her experience.
    • Create a well-rounded Girl Scout experience by completing badges and awards for her grade level, on her own time.
    • Serve her community through individual community service projects and Take Action projects.
    • Earn high awards, such as the Girl Scout Bronze, Silver, and Gold Awards.


    What Can a Juliette Do?
    Juliette Girl Scouts can do anything Girl Scouts in a troop can do. Juliettes learn to Discover, Connect, and Take Action when they:

    Complete Girl Scout Journeys and Badges
    Girls can choose from seven different Journey programs at each Girl Scout level. Journeys guide girls towards becoming a leader in their community. Juliettes can also earn badges, which include a variety of skill-building activities, in the areas of STEM, outdoors, entrepreneurship, and life skills.

    Attend Girl Scout Events & Activities
    Juliettes can meet other girls in their area while completing Journeys, earning badges, or learning more about the outdoors at council-sponsored events. Locate these events on the GSGCF event page HERE.  Local Girl Scout service units also offer events and service opportunities which are opportunities for Juliettes to meet other Girl Scouts in her area.

  • Help Others through Community Service
    Part of the Girl Scout Law is to “make the world a better place.” Juliettes can work on their own or with their Girl Scout community to carry out this Girl Scout tradition. Juliettes can also pass along what they’ve learned, gain leadership skills, and earn special mentoring awards by helping younger Girl Scouts at troop meetings, events, or camp.

    Participate in the Cookie Program and Fall Product Program
    Juliettes can fund their Girl Scout activities and earn exciting rewards and incentives while learning valuable business skills including goal setting, decision-making, money management, people skills, and business ethics. Individual Girl Scouts do not hold a bank account. Instead, they receive "Cookie Dough" or "Nutty Bucks" when participating in the Girl Scout Cookie Program and Fall Product Program. Cookie Dough and Nutty Bucks can be used directly at our council Girl Scout shop and camps, and for council programs or highest award projects.

    Earn Girl Scouting’s Highest Awards
    The Gold, Silver, and Bronze Awards are the highest awards in Girl Scouting. Juliettes can earn these awards by leading a Take Action project to make lasting change in their community and beyond. More information and training.

    Travel with Girl Scout Destinations (ages 11-17)
    Juliettes can experience leadership opportunities and cross-cultural understanding through regional, national, and international travel.