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Wed 31

Career Closet Workshift -Internal

August 31 @ 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Tue 30

Benson Sculpture Garden Walk – EXTERNAL EVENT

August 30 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Mon 29

Career Closet Workshift

August 29 @ 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
Tue 23

Board Meeting – INTERNAL MEETING

August 23 @ 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Sun 21

Timnath Farmers Market meetup – EXTERNAL EVENT

August 21 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am

Members – Membership Experience

Members – Membership Experience

Being a member of The Junior League of the Junior League of Fort Collins means being part of a group of women dedicated to making an impact on their community, developing their potential, and lifting each other up. Membership looks different for everyone. But we are united by our desire to develop our potential, improve communities, and promote voluntarism.

Provide your information to be contacted by the New Member Chair about joining the New Member Class.

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LEADERSHIP FOR WOMEN

We understand the challenges women in leadership face every day. Our goal is to make leadership experiences accessible to all women.
VALUING YOUR TIME

Our members identify as employees, bosses, mothers, partners, daughters, friends, and many other titles. That is why we offer leadership opportunities with a variety of different time commitments, so members can find what works for them.

PROVIDING DIVERSE OPPORTUNITIES

Our members have diverse interests and we have leadership opportunities in a variety of areas. We provide members the chance to develop skills and competencies across all of the League’s operations.

CREATING SAFE SPACES

Our members want to improve their leadership skills. The League creates a unique space where women can be challenged and championed by other women, who are united by the same Mission.

ROOM FOR GROWTH

Our members want the chance to grow. We provide space for members to take on larger roles inside the League. A central part of our mission is to improve the community through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers.  For more than 25 years, the Junior League of Fort Collins has devoted itself to training its members on the leadership skills necessary to serve our community in a number of capacities.  To achieve this, the Training Committee frequently organizes activities at general membership meetings.

NETWORKING

Every general meeting of the Junior League of Fort Collins begins with a social hour. During this time, members can enjoy refreshments, talk with other members and hold informal meetings. Members also enjoy a variety of other social opportunities including happy hours, fundraising events, volunteer projects and more.

VOLUNTARISM

The very heart of Junior League is volunteering. Members of the Junior League of Fort Collins volunteer for projects that directly benefit the community – whether it’s work driven by League itself like our Career Closet or Hunger Initiative partnership, or Done in a Day projects that benefit other local nonprofits.

RESPONSIBILITIES

Members of the Junior League of Fort Collins have responsibilities based on their years of service as either a New Member, Active, or Sustainer.

Annual Dues – Every member pays an annual fee to maintain her membership. Dues are used to fund 100% of the League’s administrative expenses.

League Job – Active members are will receive a committee placement. Every year, members can choose from different roles across all areas of the League.

Training & Volunteer Requirements – Members can choose from a variety of training and volunteer opportunities.

Fundraiser Support – Members are asked to support the League’s fundraising events throughout the year, which raise funds exclusively for our mission-based programs.

A SMALL PART OF A LARGER WHOLE

The Junior League of Tampa is part the Association of Junior Leagues International (AJLI). As part of this network, our members can take their membership beyond Northern Colorado.

Transfer

Members who leave the Northern Colorado area can transfer their membership to over 295 other Junior Leagues.

Connection

AJLI provides members to build connections beyond their local League with in person and virtual opportunities for personal and organizational development.

Expanded Training

Association-wide training opportunities bring together some of the world’s best speakers and leaders.

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