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Individually Registered Members
Girl Scouting custom-made for you!
Girls who are Individually Registered Members (IRMs) are busy, independent, and self-confident girls who want to be part of something larger – Girl Scouts! It’s a great way to mix and match your unique interests with participation in Girl Scout events, leadership opportunities, community service, the Cookie Program, and more! You decide what activities to participate in, what skills you want to learn, and which recognitions and awards to complete, all at your own pace. Girls in grades K5-12 can join Girl Scouts as an IRM.
Let’s get started! Here are a few ways to join the fun:
Girl Scout Events: Participate with girls throughout the community with activities in STEM, Outdoors, Life Skills, Entrepreneurship, and more. Find events for your grade level online in our Connections book.
Community Events: Our council partners with dozens of businesses throughout the area to provide a variety of fun adventures and experiences. These events may target a badge, an opportunity for community service, a night out at a performance, or more! Browse your options.
Camp: Make new friends, learn new skills, and have a ton of fun enjoying the great outdoors at day camp or overnight camp!
Cookies +: Be part of the world’s largest girl-run business by participating in the Girl Scout Cookie Program or Fall Nut Program. Expand your skills while earning Program Activity Credits (PACs) to pay for activities such as camp, events, and merchandise in our Resource Centers. Ready to participate in the 2019 Girl Scout Cookie Program? Sign up here!
Badges: Explore interests and learn new skills! With step-by-step processes in learning about topics from budgeting, painting, car care, and many more. Badges are a great way to unearth new passions and earn an award to display on your vest or sash to show everyone what you have accomplished!
Journeys: Discover new skills, connect with others in the community, and take action to make the world a better place. Choose the Journey you want to learn about, whether that is the outdoors, the environment, or any other issue that is important to you.
Tweens & Teens: The IRM option is popular among girls in grades 6-12 who want flexibility in their Girl Scout experience and opportunities to gain leadership skills.
- Be a Program Aide at camp, events, or for a troop, and join the Girl Scouts of Wisconsin Southeast Girls Speaker Bureau.
- Take Action in your community and earn your Girl Scout Bronze, Silver, or Gold Award.
- Travel around the world with Girl Scouts in our council or from around the country.