-You have the opportunity to surround yourself with motivated women working towards one goal: to impact the lives of women & children in our community.

-The training you receive through Junior League will allow you to be a more efficient and effective leader.

-There is no better way to make a difference in your community than through impacting the lives of those who live here.

-The personal reward of creating lifelong friendships with dynamic women.

-Opportunities to travel the United States for educational purposes.

-The Junior League of Battle Creek is one of the oldest Leagues. The programs developed by our League are still making a difference in our community.

-To be a member of the same organization as notables like Eleanor Roosevelt & Sandra Day O’Connor.

-Make a difference in the lives of abused and neglected children in our area while teaching lifelong nutritional skills.

-Junior League members are diverse and wear multiple hats. We are mothers, grandmothers, daughters; full-time to part-time employees, small business owners, bosses; volunteers, professionals, community leaders, executives; exercise fanatics and couch potatoes and everything in between.

-Being a part of the Junior League of Battle Creek helps you connect to your community.

-Enjoy the opportunity to grow personally and professionally through leadership skills, meetings and working with people who are different from you and learn new life skills.

-Gain confidence in public speaking, communication skills, and project management.

-Increasing knowledge of needs within the community and be a part of positive change in Battle Creek.

-Developing partnerships with different organizations.

-Serve as a role model for family & friends.

-To make lasting friendships.

-You grow as a person, community leader and woman through the committees and activities you engage in.

-You gain knowledge & education about issues related to women and children.

-You feel more positive about yourself when you include volunteerism in your life.

-You get to meet women in the community that you might not otherwise get the chance to know.

-It is a guaranteed monthly “Girls Night Out.”


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