A Juliette is an individually registered Girl Scout, a Girl Scout that does not belong to a troop. "Juliette" is not a program or activity in Girl Scouting. It is a membership option for girls who choose an alternative to troop programming. “Juliette” was the given name of Girl Scout founder Juliette Gordon Low.
A Juliette Girl Scout can participate in the Daisy, Brownie, Junior, Cadette, Senior or Ambassador, programs based on her grade level. When wearing a Girl Scout uniform, the Juliette insignia is worn in place of a troop number. The insignia is available by request in our Girl Scout Badge & Sash Store.
For a Juliette to get the most out of her Girl Scout experience it is important for her parent or guardian to support and guide her in seeking events, activities and resources that match the Juliette’s interests. Juliettes and their adults can find the latest information especially for them in the Parents section, Juliette Support.
All Girl Scout Juliettes make the Girl Scout Promise and live by the Girl Scout Law.
Girl Scout Juliette program benefits:
- Council committees (ages 11-17 only)
- Council programs and activities
- Girl Scout awards, program resources, workshops, community service and value strengthening
- Girl Scout Cookie and Fall Product Programs
- Quarterly e-newsletter, new Girl Scout activity packets, Girl Scouting Juliette family patch module, and various council and Juliette patch modules
- Resident and day camps
- Service unit events where applicable
Ready to join? Let us guide you through How to Join.