Girl Scouts participating as Juliettes are typically in middle and high school and earn badges, join council programs, attend summer camp, travel, and sell Girl Scout Cookies to actively build their skills and confidence. Juliettes have complete flexibility to build a Girl Scout experience that fits their schedules!
Badges signify that a Girl Scout completed all the steps needed to earn this recognition for the new skills they learned. Each badge takes a Girl Scout through the steps of learning about the skill, practicing, and demonstrating it. Badge topics range from the outdoors to STEM, or art, and even career exploration. They’re a great way to try something new and see if you enjoy it.
Many Juliettes love summer camp! After experiencing a life-changing summer, campers are invited to reserve their spots for the next summer camp season. When a Girl Scout commits to joining summer camp again next season, she becomes a V.I.C. (Very Important Camper). She will get a preview of the summer camp guide before anyone else and have priority registration when camp sign-up is live. Learn more about becoming a V.I.C.