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Juliette Participation in Product Programs
Juliette Participation in Product Programs

Juliette Participation in Product Programs


Girls wanting to join Girl Scouts, but who chose not to participate in a troop or group activities may register as an individual girl member. These individual girl members are known as Juliettes. Juliettes are afforded an equal opportunity for participation in both Product Programs offered by Girl Scouts of Eastern Pennsylvania. Raj Setlur is the point person for Juliettes involved in Product Programs and can be reached at rsetlur@gsep.org.

 

Implementation for the Nuts About Reading Program

Family Support and Obtaining Product
Any Juliette wishing to participate in the Nuts About Reading Program, or her parent/guardian should contact Raj Setlur of the GSEP Product Program Department. Parents/Guardians must be registered Girl Scouts. All parents or guardians will be asked to attend an initial training, where they will learn about the program and be asked to sign a Program Permission Form. The family is responsible for supporting the Juliette by obtaining product from a GSEP Service Center and for making community booth arrangements, if desired. Unsold product may be returned to GSEP as long as it has not been damaged, and should be done so within two business days of the event.

 

Paperwork

Participating Juliettes will be documented as members of Troop 99990 in Service Unit 500 on any paperwork. At training, the parents/guardians of the participating Juliette will be given the following paperwork:

  • Permission Form: to be signed at the beginning of the program
  • Important Dates Form: to be viewed periodically in order to know important dates for the Nuts About Reading Program.
  • Deposit Slips: to be used to make regular deposits into the GSEP Product Program TD Bank account
  • Program Packet

At the end of the program, the parent/guardian will be asked to turn in a copy of validated deposit slips and QSP Pay Upfront forms.This paperwork can be submitted to any GSEP Service Center, c/o Raj Setlur, who will verify and audit the Juliette’s paperwork.


Incentives

Participating Juliettes may earn all of the incentives offered by Ashdon Farms/QSP. 

 

Banking
The parent/guardian is responsible for making deposits into the GSEP Product Program TD Bank account, using the deposit slips distributed at training. Once a deposit has been made, the parent/guardian needs to record the deposit in Nut-E by clicking on the BANK DEPOSIT icon.

 


Implementation for the Cookie Program

Family Support
Any Juliette wishing to participate in the Cookie Program, or her parent/guardian should contactRaj Setlur of the GSEP Product Program Department. Parents/Guardians must be registered Girl Scouts.   All parents or guardians will be asked to attend an initial training, where they will learn about the program and be asked to sign a Program Permission Form. The family is responsible for supporting the Juliette by obtaining product.

 

Obtaining Product
Family members of the participating Juliette will pick up cookies from any cookie reorder station. All cookie transactions will be recorded on a T-8 form, which will be obtained at the initial training. There will be no initial order for Juliettes. All reorders will be posted by GSEP. If, at the end of the program, a Juliette is in need of individual boxes to fill orders, she may obtain cookies from a Service Unit Cupboard and fill out a T-8 transfer form. In order to find a Service Unit Cupboard in her area, her parent/guardian should contact Raj Setlur at rsetlur@gsep.org or 215-564-2030 ext. 1022.

 

Paperwork
Participating Juliettes will be documented as members of Troop 99990 in Service Unit 500 on any paperwork. At training, the parents/guardians of the participating Juliette will be given the following paperwork:

  • Permission Form: to be signed at the beginning of the program
  • T-8s: used to obtain product from reorder trucks
  • Deposit Slips: to be used to make regular deposits into the GSEP Product Program TD Bank account
  • Order Card
  • Money Envelope

At the end of the program, the parent/guardian will be asked to turn in a copy of validated deposit slips and a copy of all used transaction forms (T-8s). This paperwork can be submitted to any GSEP Service Center, c/o Raj Setlur , who will verify and audit the Juliette’s paperwork.

 

Cookie Booths

Any Juliette wishing to participate in a Cookie Booth will need to consult her area's Service Unit Cookie Manager. Contact can be made by the Juliette's parent/guardian or by Raj Setlur. As with all cookie booths, there should be at least two Girl Scouts present with two registered adults. Juliettes, however, are an exception and may hold a Cookie Booth with only their parent/guardian.

 

Banking
The parent/guardian is responsible for making deposits into the GSEP Product Program TD Bank account using the deposit slips distributed at training. Once a deposit has been made, the parent/guardian needs to record the deposit in snap™ by clicking on the FINANCES icon, then clicking on “Add Troop Transaction.”

 

Incentives
Participating Juliettes may earn all of the incentives offered by GSEP and ABC Bakers. These items are further described on the Cookie Incentive Plans page. . Please contact Raj Setlur at rsetlur@gsep.org or 215-564-2030 ext.1022 if you have questions as to how “Juliette Credit” may be redeemed.

  

Special Events: Each Juliette selling 500 or more packages of cookies qualifies for the 500 Club. The 500 Club celebrates the girl’s achievement with a pool party and picnic. Awards and a special gift for the 500 Club members are distributed at this event.

 

Each Juliette selling 1,000 or more packages of cookies qualifies for the Grand Mystery Tour.