NEW MEMBER REQUIREMENTS
The Junior League of South Brevard opens its application process in the Fall and Winter each year. Membership is open to women of all races, religions, and national origins who are at least 21 and share in our commitment to voluntarism and to improving our community.
Fall Application Window: June 1st 2020 - Oct 1st 2020
Winter Application Window: Nov 1st 2020 – Jan 1st 2021
When you join the Junior League of South Brevard for the first time, you will enter into what is called your new active year. The new active year is purposefully designed to introduce and educate you on the Junior League of South Brevard while providing opportunities to socialize, create new connections, gain access to valuable training, learn about our mission, and serve within our community impact projects.
BENEFITS OF BECOMING A MEMBER
When you join the Junior League, you’re joining over 150,000 women across 291 Leagues. Make a mark in your own backyard—join the Junior League of South Brevard’s diverse and passionate group of volunteers today.
The Junior League of South Brevard Member Benefits Include:
Members have many opportunities to serve both in the League and in their own community on worthwhile projects. Our current community impact statement is "Improving Children's Health Through Nutrition and Physical Activity". The League has also been instrumental in the adoption of programs like Club Esteem and The Haven. Learn more about our current projects here.
Members are offered training courses, seminars and workshops on a variety of topics that relate to personal, professional and community interests. Opportunities to attend League sponsored state, regional and national conferences and training sessions are also available to members. And of course, the best training of all, is “on-the-job” volunteer work that provides new skills and abilities for lifelong use!
Members working side by side, serving their community, form lasting friendships. Networking opportunities also exist through collaborations with other community, state and national organizations.
Members develop core skills by serving on League committees that transfer well to their personal and professional lives. Many League members are afforded opportunities to serve on community boards, and other local/ national leadership programs.