THE APPLICATION, DUES, AND FINANCIAL COMMITMENT FOR THE NEW MEMBER TRAINING PROGRAM ARE DUE NO LATER THAN September 1, 2019. REGRETFULLY, NO EXCEPTIONS CAN BE MADE.
The Junior League of the Palm Beaches, Inc. is an organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women, and improving communities through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. Our purpose is exclusively educational and charitable.
The Junior League welcomes all women who value our Mission statement. We are committed to inclusive environments of diverse individuals, organizations and communities.
The Junior League of the Palm Beaches (JLPB) is an organization of women improving the community through the effective action of trained volunteers. Women who have an interest in engaging in community and civic leadership and who seek the opportunity to develop their potential resulting in meaningful and sustained community impact are welcome to apply for membership into the JLPB.
According to the governing bylaws of this organization, the following criteria must be met by candidates for membership:
On or before September 1 of the year the applicant is applying to become a New Member of JLPB, the applicant must pay dues of $175 in addition to the financial obligation of $100.
Please note, any candidate who does not submit the aforementioned payments by September 1 will not be a New Member that year and will be declined admission to the New Member Class. In the event that both fees are not paid by September 1, the New Member will be terminated automatically.
New Members are required to fill out the application and pay their dues of $175 and financial obligation of $100. Once the aforementioned items are completed, New Members will be chosen on a first come, first serve basis until the class is full. Once the applicant is accepted into the New Member Training Program, she will be contacted by the co-chairs of the Potential New Member Committee to welcome her and advise her of upcoming events and activities.
The New Member Training Program commences in September and runs until May. The purpose of the New Member Training Program is to inform New Members about the history of the Junior League, including its impact and legacy on our local community, as well as prepare the New Members to be effective and informed volunteers.
Below are some of the New Member requirements: