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What your daughter gets out of each day is up to you. So, did she have any amazing adventures today? Nonstop fun? Did she have a chance to discover her potential? To build confidence? Girl Scouts offers endless ways to turn boring days into days she'll remember all her life.
Think it's a full-year commitment? Think again. Have a busy schedule? No problem. There are many flexible new ways to participate. Girls can spend a day learning to paddle a canoe. At the zoo learning to care for animals. Sleep over at the science museum. Even learn to build a robot! Choose one or choose them all.
The experience can be as individual as each girl. Which road will you go down? Choose one or choose them all. What's cool about Girl Scouts is that there's not just one way to be one.
We are excited to tell you about Girl Scouts in your town or school.
Please complete all information including your girl's choice in participation as a Troop Member or Individual Juliette Girl Scout.
With guidance from parents or guardians, girls choose how to experience Girl Scouts.
There are two ways to be a Girl Scout...
Juliette. As an individual girl member, Girl Scout Juliettes do not attend troop meetings; instead they work on Girl Scout programs with a parent or another adult mentor. Girls decide what activities to articipate in and which badges, earned recognitions or awards to complete. A Girl Scout Juliette does activities and participates in all programs, camps, cookie sale, and activities for her grade level with her adult mentor.
Troop. A group of girls who meet once or twice a month. The parents or other caring adult volunteers come together with the girls to make Girl Scouting happen.
Whichever option girls choose, Girl Scout programs are available to her! There are one-day events, 6 session series, year-round camping experiences, and travel and council-sponsored money earning activities – like the Girl Scout Cookie Sale.