We plan our provisional curriculum to get you ready to become an active Junior League of Greensboro member.
What is the Junior League of Greensboro?
The Junior League of Greensboro is an organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women and improving the community through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. Our purpose is exclusively educational and charitable.
Founded in 1926, the current membership of the Junior League of Greensboro is comprised of approximately 900 Active and Sustaining members. The Junior League of Greensboro reaches out to women of all races, religions, and national origins who demonstrate an interest in and a commitment to voluntarism.
Who is a Junior League member?
A Junior League of Greensboro member is a woman who wants to learn how to build a better community. She is a woman who wants to be an effective volunteer, leader, mentor, and team member. She seeks out other women to work together to reach common goals. A Junior League of Greensboro member values the opportunity to make lasting connections and lasting change in her community.
Who is a Provisional Junior League Member?
A prospective member must have an interest in voluntarism, a commitment to community service and an interest in developing her potential for voluntary community participation.
Prospective members must have reached their 21st birthday by January 1st of the year in which she applies for membership.
The resident prospective member must be residing in Greensboro or the surrounding area at the time of her application for membership.
A prospective member who is in college at the time of application shall be considered a resident if her parents or guardians are residing in the area.
A non-resident prospective member may apply. She must have resided in the area for two (2) consecutive years and not have lived away from the area for more than five (5) years at the time of her application, or resided in the area for a total of ten (10) years and not have lived away from the area for more than five (5) years at the time of her application.