Girl Scouts of West Central Florida
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What is a Juliette (IRG) and what can they do?
Juliettes (Independent Girl Scouts)
A Juliette is a girl who participates in Girl Scouts as an individual member. It is named in honor of the founder of Girl Scouts, Juliette Gordon Low. Today's girls may sometimes find it hard to fit all their desired activities into their busy schedules. If you are a Girl Scout who does not wish to join a troop or are unable to find a troop that meets at a convenient time or place, you can still be a Girl Scout!
If you choose to be a Juliette, you can participate in special events, earn awards, camp, and even sell Girl Scout Cookies! You can select as many or as few activities that interest you and fit your schedule.
What Can a Juliette Do?
How to Become a Juliette
It's easy! All you have to do is register for Girl Scouts by clicking the 'Join' button below or clicking here.
Time to Explore!
Once you have registered, you are a Girl Scout! Now comes the exciting part of deciding which events you would like to attend, which awards you would like to work on, and which other programs you want to take part in. Your only limit is your time and imagination!
Check out the GS Family Connection or our Juliette Guidebook or reach out to:
[email protected] .