Various Leagues including Miami, Nashville, Charlotte, Milwaukee, Las Vegas, Denver, Pittsburgh, Bergen County, New Jersey, and Rockford, Illinois

    From the 1920s to the present day and from Milwaukee to Las Vegas, museums dedicated to educating and engaging the imaginations of children serve as a cultural legacy of the women of The Junior League who have contributed funding, volunteer hours, and leadership to the development of this important resource for the next generation.

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  • Con Mi MADRE

    Con Mi MADRE (Mothers And Daughters Raising Expectations)

    The Junior League of Austin

    The Junior League of Austin reaches out to Hispanic girls and their mothers to ensure the girls continue their education following high school by going to college or serving in the military. The program has had a 74 percent success rate.

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  • Dress for Success

    Dress for Success Projects

    Various Leagues

    Numerous Leagues partner with the national Dress for Success project to provide unemployed low-income women not only with the well-priced clothing, shoes, and accessories they need to make a professional impression during job interviews but also with advice on interviewing, business etiquette, resume-writing, and time management.

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  • Education and Career Fair

    Education and Career Fair Program

    Junior Leagues of Montclair-Newark and the Oranges and Short Hills

    In Essex County, New Jersey’s teens and young adults nearing graduation and aging out of foster care get access to essential life skills through an annual educational and career fair.

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    Junior League of Phoenix

    Designed to foster the critical thinking, exploration and problem-solving skills essential to future academic success through hand-on science and math lessons, ROCKETS has hit several milestones since it began in 2010. 

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    Skills for Impact

    Various Leagues under the auspices of The Association of Junior Leagues International, Inc.

    Inspired by the national challenge posed by the President’s Commission on Law Enforcement and the Administration of Justice in 1965, the Junior Leagues endeavor to reduce crime and reform the criminal justice system with a pilot program that can be adopted by communities across the country.  

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