Named after the founder of Girl Scouts, Juliette Gordon Low, the Juliette program is for girls who are unable to participate in a traditional troop setting or who prefer to participate independently. With adult help, Girl Scout Juliettes may participate in all the same ways a traditional Girl Scout does.
If you have questions about the Juliette program, please contact Robin Howard at (800) 791-9319 ext. 1302 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Why Do Girls Become Girl Scout Juliettes?
Girls may participate in Girl Scouts as a Juliette if they live in a town or neighborhood where there are no troops. Or, there is no additional room left in a troop, so a girl may become a Juliette until they can be placed in a troop. It's also possible that a girl may have been in a troop member at one time, but her troop no longer meets. Or, maybe a girl has other activities that make it difficult for her to attend troop meetings.
Regardless of why a girl chooses to become a Girl Scout Juliette, there are still many fun things to do!
Juliettes can participate in any of the five Pathways. They can earn badges and highest awards (Bronze, Silver and Gold), sell cookies and Full Circle Fundraising products to help pay for destination travel, Take Action projects, and more!