Juliette Girl Scouts are registered girl members in grades K-12 who are busy, independent, self-confident girls and want to be a part of something larger- Girl Scouts! Meeting in troops is one way to be a part of Girl Scouts, but when troops aren’t available or a girl becomes too busy with extracurricular activities, becoming a Juliette will allow her to be a part of the Girl Scout experience on an individual basis.
Juliettes can do anything Girl Scouts in a troop would do! She’ll gain the same great skills and benefits as all other girl members.
Get your girl started! On our Join page, select Find A Troop. Enter your zip code, and advance to the next screen. Select Apply to Participate without a Troop and enter your Girl Scout’s contact information.
Caregivers will gain access to the Volunteer Toolkit, an online digital planning tool for earning badges and Journeys. Adult membership for Juliette Mentors is encouraged but not required. Join us in the Girl Scout Movement as we work together to build girls of courage, confidence, and character who make the world a better place!
Parents and Juliette Mentors can use resources on our sister site Volunteer Collective to make planning a breeze.GO THERE
What is a Juliette Mentor?
Similar to a troop leader, a Juliette Mentor organizes Girl Scout activities for a girl. Juliette Mentors meet regularly with the girl to discuss, plan, and do activities together. Together, they enjoy discovering new places, connecting with the community, and taking action on the things a Girl Scout cares about.
Who can be a Juliette Mentor?
Juliette Mentors can be the girl's parent or another caring adult like an aunt, grandparent, or close family friend. This role has access to helpful online tools to guide your Girl Scout plans, plus training and coaching is available! Additional screening is required to assist a girl with Fall Product sales or our world-famous Cookie Program.
Resources to help Juliette Mentors get started.