(aka: IRGS – Individually Registered Girl Scout)
Juliette Girl Scouts are registered girl members, in grades K-12, who are not affiliated with a troop and complete Girl Scouts activities with the guidance of a parent/guardian. They participate in a way that fits their schedule, attending events and participating in activities that meet their needs and interests.
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 + Badges
Girls can choose from three different Journey books at each program grade level. Journeys guide girls towards becoming a leader in their community. Juliettes can also earn badges, which include a variety of skill-building activities, many of which complement the Journeys.
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 council-sponsored events in the Sky’s the Limit or the GSVSC online events calendar. Then register online through eBiz. GS Communities also offer many events and service opportunities, which are great for Juliettes to meet other Girl Scouts in their area. Your Volunteer Services Manager can help you contact your local volunteers for information regarding GS Community opportunities.
Join the Adventurers
Adventurers is an action-oriented group of older Girl Scouts who are seeking exciting, stimulating activities to challenge their capabilities, broaden their horizons, and increase their self-confidence. It is for girls age 11-17 and in grades 6-12. Members often participate in rock climbing, caving, canoeing, hiking and other similar high-adventure activities. Adventurers may be active in regular Girl Scout troops, but individually registered girls can also participate in this Program Pathway. As a group, the girls brainstorm, research and vote on several high adventure trips each year. Trips and activities take place on weekends, school breaks and summer months, and may include an overnight camp-out. As Adventurers’ events are planned, they will be posted online here. For more information about joining Adventurers, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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, camp, and more.
Participate in the Cookie Sale and Fall Product Sale
Juliettes can fund their Girl Scout activities while learning great business skills including goal setting, decision making, money management, people skills, and business ethics. To learn more about the Cookie Sale and Fall Product Sale programs contact: Arlene Wilhelm at 540-777-5105 or email@example.com
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 improve their local community. Training is available online.
Travel with Girl Scout Destinations (ages 11-17)
Juliettes can experience leadership opportunities and cross-cultural understanding through regional, national, and international travel.
Juliette Program Credits
Individual Girl Scouts are not able to hold a bank account. Instead they receive "program credits" from participating in the Cookie Sale and Fall Product Sale. Credits can be used directly at our local Girl Scout shop, local camps and for council programs. Contact Arlene Wilhelm for details regarding "program credits": 540-777-5105 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Individual Girl Scouts that choose to participate with Adventurers can also earn program dollars under the Adventurers group and should contact email@example.com for more information.