Thank you for your interest in joining the Junior League of Seattle.
Membership in the Junior League of Seattle is open to women ages 18 and older who express an interest in voluntarism.
So what sets Junior League volunteers apart from the rest? Junior League women make things happen -- they form strategic partnerships, create innovative programs and raise funds for exciting community initiatives.
Since Mary Harriman convened the very first Junior League in 1901, The Junior League's emphasis has always been on learning. Members benefit from extensive training in leadership and organizational development, community needs assessment, strategic planning, communications, advocacy and fundraising. Through this unique training, League members learn to manage and train volunteers, unite communities and form partnerships. Association of Junior Leagues International organizes regular conferences and meetings to create opportunities for networking, collaboration and shared learning.
The Junior League of Seattle is comprised of women from around the greater Puget Sound Region committed to promoting volunteerism, developing the potential of women and improving the community through the effective leadership of trained volunteers.
Membership in the Junior League of Seattle is open to women ages 18 and older who express an interest in voluntarism. We require that our members attend a certain number of General Meetings and trainings, do at least two service shifts a year, and participate fully with their committee placement. For more information about our members' responsibilities, please see our Membership Requirement page.
To learn more about becoming a member please email firstname.lastname@example.org.