Become a Member of Junior League of Wichita
Join Junior League of Wichita
- Do you want to develop your own potential?
- Are you committed to improving the community?
- Do you have an interest in voluntarism?
If so, we want you to join us!
Junior League of Wichita reaches out to women of all races, religions and national origins who demonstrate an interest in and commitment to voluntarism.
We are actively seeking a diverse membership of women of all ages. Our membership includes a broad spectrum of women who bring many different talents and perspectives to the community.
Who are we?
- 190+ Active Members
- 35+ New Members
- 500+ Sustaining Members
What sets Junior League volunteers apart from others?
Junior League women make things happen in their communities. Junior League members form partnerships, develop programs and raise funds for community initiatives. Members share a commitment to voluntarism and building a better community. Check out our Annual Report for more detailed information about the Junior League of Wichita.
They are not only volunteers or volunteers who want to improve communities -- Junior League women have training and skills to make it happen!
Mary Harriman convened the very first Junior League in 1901 in New York City. Junior League's emphasis has always been on learning from that point forward. Junior League members gain extensive training in the following areas:
• leadership and organizational development
• community needs assessment
• strategic planning
These training areas allow Junior League members to learn to organize and coach volunteers, bring communities together and develop partnerships.
The Association of Junior Leagues International organizes regular conferences and meetings to create opportunities for networking, collaboration and shared learning. Junior League of Wichita includes women from the Wichita area who are committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women and improving the community through the effective leadership of trained volunteers.