Participating as a Girl Scout Juliette

Did you know you don’t have to be part of a Girl Scout troop to be a Girl Scout? Girl Scout Juliettes are individually registered members who get to experience all the fun and amazing things Girl Scouts do, but on their own schedule. This is an excellent option for girls who can’t commit to a certain time, live far from the closest meeting space, or would rather choose their own Girl Scout path! With guidance from a parent/caregiver or another advisor of their choosing, girls can learn, grow, and thrive as a Girl Scout Juliette.

The Juliette program is Girl Scouting custom-made for you! It’s a great way to mix and match your unique interests with Girl Scout participation – special events, weekend workshops, leadership projects, or travel opportunities that improve your skills and meet your interests and needs. After registering as a Girl Scout Juliette through My GS, you will receive an email with ways to get started. There is also a section of the Volunteer Toolkit, our digital planning tool for volunteers, for Girl Scout Juliettes so their advisor has everything they need to support their go-getter! And don’t hesitate to reach our to our Help Desk of your local membership director with any questions!

See below for 6 awesome ways to can participate as a Girl Scout Juliette!

1.Earn Badges

As a Girl Scout Juliette, you get to choose the badges that interest you the most to earn! There are badges for future (or current!) athletes, chefs, scientists, marketers, and so much more! Girl Scouts get to decide what they want to learn and how they are going to do it. Learn more by visiting our Award and Badge Explorer.

2. Attend Council Events

Attending our council events is a great way to make friends and learn new things through hands-on activities. From babysitting workshops to ski excursions to TechnoQuest, there are so many great options for all kinds of interests. Check out our Activity Guide for events that are open to individual registration and register on our Activities page.

3. Receive Your Highest Awards

Go for the Silver or Gold Award and make a lasting impact on your community! To earn these awards, Girl Scouts must lead a Take Action project to help combat an issue they care about and make a lasting change. Girl Scouts learn leadership skills and build confidence while seeing just how big of an impact they can make. Earning the Gold Award also opens up the doors to scholarships and other benefits.

4. Travel

Oh, the places you will go with Girl Scouts! Through Girl Scout Destinations, Girl Scout Cadettes through Ambassadors can join other girls for trips both at home and abroad. Looking to experience the beauty of New Zealand and Australia? Or go on a California Coast Adventure? There are destinations for that and the world is your oyster, Girl Scout!

5. The Girl Scout Cookie Program and Fall Product Program

Join the largest girl-led business in the world! Girl Scout Juliettes can sell cookies during the Girl Scout Cookie Program or nuts, candies, and magazine subscriptions during our Fall Product Program. They can sell individually or connect with a troop for booth sales. This is an awesome way to develop the 5 key skills: goal setting, decision making, money management, people skills, business ethics,

6. Leadership Opportunities

If you want to learn to lead, help others, and add some awesome experiences to your resume or college application, we’ve got you covered! Girl Scout Juliettes can become a Governor’s Page, a Counselor in Training at camp in the summer, a Program Aide where they lead programs for younger Girl Scouts, and more. Learn more about these leadership opportunities for older girls here.

Learn more and get started today by visiting the Girl Scout Juliettes page on our website!

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