Development of new friendships and opportunities for professional and social networking.
Access to women who come from diverse backgrounds and have varied interests and life experiences.
Opportunities to work collectively with the support of other women by sharing your own talents to create positive community change.
Access to diverse and flexible hands-on volunteer opportunities in the community.
Unique training opportunities for effective community leadership, including: advocacy, community research, fundraising, finance, leadership, public relations, and personal development.
Exposure and the opportunity to participate in creative & strategic problem solving and the administration of a non-profit organization.
Ability to transfer to other Junior Leagues. The JLGP is part of an international organization, the Association of Junior Leagues of International (AJLI), which is comprised of 294 individual Junior Leagues in 4 countries, which total nearly 200,000 members collectively.
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