Membership Information

     

Our Members

Albuquerque has more than 390 Provisional, Active and Sustaining members. Our membership includes executives, community leaders, entrepreneurs, mothers and professional women from diverse backgrounds. As an organization, we remain committed to empowering our members to serve as catalysts for positive change throughout Albuquerque, working collaboratively with our non-profit partners. The Junior League of Albuquerque has been, and will continue to be, an instrumental force for positive change in our community.

Member Groups and Activities

The Junior League of Albuquerque also has many opportunities for members to make new friendships, and stay connected with each other beyond our community and event offerings. Groups include Bunco, Book Club, Girls Night Out, Gourmet Club, and whatever else fits the members' needs and interests each year.


Benefits of Membership

  • Connections – We connect to communities in need, to people we serve and to those we serve with.
  • Training – Our “on-the-job” training through volunteering provides new skills for lifelong use. We have programs that help train for effective community service and leadership, including finance, fundraising, leadership, public relations and marketing, advocacy and personal development.
  • Pursuit of Interests – Opportunity to engage with like-minded women and pursue common interests.
  • Leadership Development – Opportunities to serve on community Boards of Directors and chair committees that make an impact in the community.
  • Community Impact – We take pride in our awareness of community needs and opportunities to contribute to solutions so that we can continue to make a positive impact in the community.
  • Membership Transferability – League membership is transferable throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico, and England.
  • New friends and opportunities - For continued growth and personal fulfillment.


Annual Duties of Active Membership:

  • Attendance at General Membership Meetings
  • Placement Participation
  • Community Service (non-Junior League)
  • Financial Ways and Means
  • Cookbook Fundraising
  • Workshifts
  • Training
  • Annual Dues