Junior League Announces Open Houses for Prospective Members

The Junior League of Greenwich is planning two open house sessions for prospective members. Women interested in joining are invited to meet current members, learn what the JLG does and how to join the organization.

The open houses will take place from 7-9pm Tuesday, September 19 and 10am-12pm  Saturday, October 7  at JLG headquarters, 231 East Putnam Ave.

Registration for the New Member Class is now open and the first class will be held on Tuesday, October 17 from 7-9:00pm at the JLG headquarters.

The JLG provides opportunities for women to develop skills which enables  them to be highly effective volunteers who create community change. By joining the Junior League, members have the opportunity to develop their leadership potential, obtain non-profit training and access personal development training while serving the Greenwich community. The JLG’s membership includes executives, community leaders, entrepreneurs, mothers, and professionals. The JLG welcomes all women at least 21 years of age who are interested in making a positive impact in the community. 

Over the course of the membership year, women in the New Member Class will learn about the JLG’s history, its impact in the community and how to become effective volunteers. Each year, the New Member Class participates in the JLG Road Rally to learn about and see the long-lasting impact of the Junior League of Greenwich. Each New Member will also participate in a project providing her with exceptional experience to further her volunteer career. Previous New Member Class projects have included Baby Bundles for Neighbor to Neighbor, Senior Trivia Night, and a renovated Art Room for the Boys and Girls Club of Greenwich. In May, the women of the New Member Class become active members and join a 60-year tradition as part of an organization of over 500 women who share a commitment to community service and leadership development. 

The Junior League of Greenwich whose mission is to advance women’s leadership for meaningful community impact through volunteer action, collaboration, and training. We are committed to inclusive environments of diverse individuals, organizations, and communities. The Junior League welcomes all women who value our Mission. We welcome and celebrate women of all backgrounds, regardless of their race, age, sexual orientation, abilities, religion, or national origin.