- IRMs can work on badges, participate in events, attend camp, travel, and sell cookies.
- IRMs in grades 4-12 can earn highest awards that often help with college admission, scholarships, and job applications!
- IRM guardians have access to the Volunteer ToolKit where they can access badge and journey requirements, track progress, and make plans for what’s to be accomplished next!
Individually Registered Members (IRMs)
What is an Individually Registered Member?
Individually Registered Members (IRMs) are youth members in grades
K-12 who are self-confident go-getters that want to learn and be a
part of something bigger! Becoming an IRM allows girls to experience
Girl Scouts at their own pace. As an IRM, you can work on badges,
participate in events, attend camp, sell cookies, and more! You're
encouraged to select activities that you are passionate about and
pursue them within your Girl Scout experience. The possibilities are
Explore IRM Activities
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