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Girl Scout Juliettes

New! Join us for a Juliette Welcome & Info Chat

The first Monday of each month, join us on Zoom for a free, informal meeting where you'll have a chance to learn more about what it means to be a Girl Scout Juliette and get answers to all your questions!

Click here to register on Eventbrite.

Who are Girl Scout Juliettes? 

Juliettes are busy, independent, self-confident girls and young women who want to be a part of something larger—Girl Scouts! Juliettes are girls in grades K-12 of any Girl Scout grade level who want to participate when they can and however they want. Juliettes customize their entire Girl Scout experience, finding badges and activities that match their unique interests. 

Girl Scout troops are just one way to be a part of Girl Scouts, but it's not the only way! With the guidance of an adult mentor, Juliettes participate in a way that fits their schedule. Learn all about it in the Girl Scout Juliette Guidebook (En Español: Guía: Ser una Juliette de las Girl Scouts).

What do Girl Scout Juliettes do?

Girl Scouts can do what interests them!

  • Complete Girl Scout Journeys + Badges
    Girls can choose from three different Girl Scout Journeys 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. Service units also offer many events and service projects, which are great opportunities for Juliettes to meet other Girl Scouts in their area.

  • Help Others Through Community Service
    Juliettes can make a difference in their communities on their own or as part of a badge, Journey, or highest award project! 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.

  • Build Entrepreneurial Skills through the Girl Scout Cookie Program and Fall Product Program
    Juliettes can fund their Girl Scout activities while learning great business skills including goal setting, decision making, money management, people skills, and business ethics. Juliettes earn funds on Pathway Cards which they can use to power their Girl Scout activities.

  • Earn Girl Scout Highest Awards
    Juliettes can make sustainable and long-lasting change for the better in their communities as Bronze, Silver and Gold Award Girl Scouts.

  • Travel with Girl Scout Destinations and Travel Patrols
    Juliettes can experience leadership opportunities and cross-cultural understanding through regional, national, and international travel.
Why should my girl become a Girl Scout Juliette? 

All Girl Scouts gain leadership experience, have fun new adventures and make a difference in their communities. As a Girl Scout Juliette, girls can also:

  • Tailor their experience to exactly what interests them.

  • Participate when they have time, especially with busy schedules full of lots of other fun activities and commitments.

When there aren't any open troops in your area, or if your girl's troop has disbanded, participating as a Girl Scout Juliette is a great way to continue the Girl Scout adventure. 

How much does it cost to join? 

Girl Scout annual membership dues cost $25 and the membership year is October 1 to September 30. Girl Scout Juliettes and Juliette Mentors are eligible for financial assistance—learn more.

Ready to get started? 
  1. Join Girl Scouts! Sign up as a Girl Scout Juliette today—here's how:
    • Click on the "Find Troops" button.
    • On the next page, type in your ZIP code, select a membership year, and click the green "SEARCH" button at the bottom of the page.
    • Scroll down to the bottom of the troop search results.
    • Click "Apply to participate without a troop."
    • Complete registration!
  2. Choose a Juliette Mentor. Instead of a troop leader, Girl Scout Juliettes are supported by a Juliette mentor. Learn more about this important role with the Girl Scout Juliette Guidebook, available in English and Spanish.

  3. Watch your inbox! Once you have registered as a Girl Scout Juliette, our staff will be in touch by email with next steps and valuable support resources. We look forward to helping you begin your Girl Scout adventure!