Girl Scout Juliettes, or Individually Registered Members, have the power to build their very own Girl Scout experience without a troop! Girl Scouts of all ages, with the support of a mentor, can participate individually, doing all of the things Girl Scouts in troops do, including earning badges, attending council programs, earning highest awards, selling cookies and Fall Product, and more.
Named after Girl Scouts founder Juliette Gordon Low, being a Juliette is a great option for girls who:
- want to work on Girl Scout activities on their own time
- don’t have troops in their grade level at their school or community
- whose troop has disbanded or doesn’t work with their schedules
Juliettes aren’t alone; instead of a troop leader, Girl Scout Juliettes have mentors, parents or trusted adults who volunteer to guide these Girl Scouts through girl-led experiences. And we have plenty of resources for Juliettes and their mentors, including:
- The Juliette Guidebook – it includes everything available to Juliettes, who to contact information, a suggested layout of how to plan your Girl Scout year for each Girl Scout level
- Juliette Mentor Quarterly Chats – live chats with council staff and other Juliette mentors
- Volunteer Toolkit – planning tools to help plan out your Girl Scout Badgework and activities
- A private BAND group (online forum) specifically for Juliettes and mentors to share information and network
If you’re looking for a way to stay engaged in Girl Scouts in a different way, Juliettes may be perfect for you!