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The Junior League: A Volunteer Powerhouse

The Junior League of Ann Arbor is a charitable, not-for-profit organization of women who make sustainable improvements in their communities as a result of the civic leadership training and expertise they obtain through their experience in the League.

The Junior League of Ann Arbor is comprised of more than 100 women who represent communities throughout Washtenaw, Wayne, Oakland and Livingston counties. In addition, a network of more than 100 Sustainer members help to support the ongoing success of the League. The Junior League of Ann Arbor has been a member of the Association of Junior Leagues International since 1987.

Today, The Association of Junior Leagues International, Inc. is comprised of more than 140,000 women in 291 Junior Leagues throughout Canada, Mexico, the U.K. and the U.S. Collectively, we constitute one of the most powerful volunteer organizations in the world.

The Junior League Experience

Members of The Junior League acquire mentors who help them reach their potential as leaders, form strong ties with their communities as a result of the impact they make, and develop friendships that last a lifetime.

The Benefits of Membership

Members of The Junior League obtain valuable skills and experiences that enable them to reach their potential as leaders in their communities. Here are a few of the areas in which they acquire skills or knowledge:

  • Leadership
  • Organizational Management
  • Community Impact
  • Advocacy
  • Diversity & Inclusion
  • Marketing & Communications
  • Fund Development
  • Volunteer Development
  • Strategic Planning
  • Governance
  • Networking

Scholarship and Dues Payment Plans are Available!

The Anjanette Stoltz Scholarship was created in 2018 to recognize the outstanding efforts of JLAA member Dr. Stoltz’s 26 years of service with the Junior League of Ann Arbor, Inc. The scholarship is to be awarded to new or active members who are dedicated to the Mission of the League and demonstrate financial need. The monetary reward of the scholarship can equal up to, but no more than, one year of dues ($160). Scholarship applications are due by March 1st for Active Members and prior to the dues deadline for New Members.

Interested in taking advantage of the Anjanette Stoltz Scholarship to help pay dues? Fill out this form here. 

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