Juliette Girl Scouts can do anything Girl Scouts in a troop can do. Her Girl Scout membership opens up the door to amazing possibilities and options! She could attend local programs or events, go to camp, participate in the Girl Scout Cookie Program, earn badges, or earn highest awards that can help her with college admission, scholarships, and job applications! She can even choose to go on trips with other Girl Scouts or attend activities with friends of her choice. So, what are you waiting for? Get your girl started on the experience of a lifetime!
Juliette Girl Scouts (IRMs)
What does it mean to be a Juliette?
Juliette Girl Scouts, also known as IRMs – Independently Registered Members (IRMs) – are registered girl members in grades K-12 who are busy, independent, self-confident girls and young women who want to be a part of something larger – Girl Scouts! Meeting in troops is one way to be part of the Girl Scout experience, but when being in a troop is not the best option, becoming a Juliette will allow her to continue her Girl Scout experience on an individual basis.
As a Juliette, instead of attending troop meetings, she will work on or participate in Girl Scout programs with the guidance of a parent or guardian. Her girl-led experience encourages her to select what activities to participate in and which earned awards she wishes to complete. The possibilities are limitless!
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