We’re Empowering the Next Great Civic Leaders…
And we’re already making a powerful impact by leading change within San Joaquin County, California communities! To us, becoming a civic leader is all about understanding that local efforts have a global reach, and it all begins with creating local leadership opportunities that put women’s skills and passion to work right here in Junior League of San Joaquin County. If you’re interested in developing civic leadership skills while collaborating on important efforts with a group of like-minded women, you’re in the right place!
The Junior League is a Highly Respected Organization with an Extraordinary Legacy…
And our league Junior League of San Joaquin County is very proud of that historic reputation, but as society changes, we adapt and evolve. We strive to put our venerable values to work in modern ways; demonstrating our pride and perpetuating our legacy by serving as a powerful voice for action, justice and change throughout San Joaquin County, California . Together, we are working to empower our members to Build A Stronger Community Foundation. We are committing to creating a path for student success through our voluntarism, collaborations, grants and projects . San Joaquin County women will lead this important initiative. Will you be one of them?
Join the movement that’s dedicated to creating change, empowering leaders, and impacting the communities of San Joaquin County.
Become a Driving Force of Change Within Your Community
We accept new members year round and our application period is now Closed- those who join after January will become a part of the New Class (New Member Orientation takes place in August). When new members apply, they are invited to join a 1 year new member class that provide them with the tools and information they’ll need to play a crucial role in Junior League of San Joaquin’s current community goal of building a stronger foundation through education and life skills training.
Junior League of San Joaquin Eligibility Requirements
- Applicants must be 21 prior to starting your new member experience to be eligible for membership.
- Applicants must work or reside within the service area of the Junior League of San Joaquin county, which includes the following cities: Stockton, Lodi, Lathrop, Manteca, Tracy, Escalon, and Ripon.
- Pay One Time fee of $50
- Pay annual dues $110 (amount for New Members)
- Complete New Member Training Course
- Possess an interest in community service
- Attend 6 general membership meetings on the third Tuesday of the month of JLSJC calendar year (September through June)
Eligible and Ready to Apply?
Fill Out Our Membership Form to Get Started!
To learn more about our work and discover more opportunities to get involved, visit our Community page.