The Association of Junior Leagues International

The Association of Junior Leagues International is an NYC based non-profit that aims “to develop exceptionally qualified civic leaders."

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The Association of Junior Leagues International

What do Laura Bush, Julia Child, Katharine Hepburn, Sandra Day O’Connor, and Eleanor Roosevelt all have in common? Besides the fact that they all are/were women, they were also all members of the Junior League. I’ve heard of the Junior League from friends Facebook posts, but I never really knew what it was today. It is “one of the oldest, largest and most effective women’s volunteer organizations in the world.” There are 155,000 women involved in 293 Leagues across four countries, and those Leagues make up The Association of Junior Leagues International. The organization was founded in 1901 and is based out of New York, NY. Their aim is “to develop exceptionally qualified civic leaders who collaborate with community partners to identify a community’s most urgent needs and address them with meaningful and relevant programs and initiatives that not only improve lives, but also change the way people think.”

A League of Their Own

Because The Association of Junior Leagues International is an organization with such an important legacy, I highly recommend that you watch this video on their history (click here if it doesn’t load):

The Junior League is a “Volunteer Powerhouse.” They’re able to put people into action in a way that few organizations can. They work in a wide variety of issues, and they’re also not afraid to come out with strong positions on important topics. If you’d like to keep the powerhouse going, take a look at The Association of Junior Leagues International’s Careers page. There’s a Development Associate posted there (though it requires a few years of experience), and there’s also a Member Services Coordinator position posted on Idealist that is more appropriate for a new or recent grad.

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