Thank you for your interest in joining The Junior League of Jacksonville! Each year, the Junior League of Jacksonville trains groups of new members to be effective volunteers and leaders in our community. Our 2019-20 League Year New Member Application will be available here beginning on April 1, and we look forward to hearing from you. Here are a few tips on how to learn more about our League, and information on our membership criteria.
Learn More About the League by Attending One of Our Upcoming Events
A great way to learn more about membership in The Junior League of Jacksonville is to attend one of our events! Representatives of the Membership Admissions Committee will be on hand to answer all your questions and guide you through the process to join! Interested in becoming a member of The Junior League of Jacksonville? Join us for our next Prospective Member Reception on March 28 – click here to register!
Connect with us by email
If you have questions or would like more information about becoming a member, you may contact our Chair Leigha Tipley and Vice-Chair Erin Williams of Membership Outreach and Admissions, at Admissions@JLJacksonville.org. If you are interested in joining the Junior League of Jacksonville, please click here to tell us a little bit about yourself! Your information will only be used to send you information regarding potential new member events and updates.
If you would like more information about transferring your membership to the Junior League of Jacksonville, please email Transfer Chair Alexandra Gornik at Transfers@JLJacksonville.org.
The Junior League of Jacksonville uses the following criteria for consideration of prospective members:
- Must be at least 22 years old as of June 1 of the year in which membership would begin (There is no maximum age to join!)
- Reside within the Jacksonville admissions area of Duval, Clay, Nassau, St. Johns, Flagler, Baker, or Putnam Counties (in Florida) and Camden County (in Georgia).
- Demonstrate an interest in volunteerism and a commitment to community service
- Show an interest in developing her potential for voluntary community participation.
New members complete a comprehensive training series that allows them to learn about our League structure and programs, as well as experience some of our community programs first-hand. The series includes large group meetings, advisor-led small group meetings, educational courses, a tour of Junior League of Jacksonville community landmarks, Whale of a Sale group shifts, a community project, and attending other League functions such as general membership meetings.