Why Job’s Daughters International?
There are dozens of ways that young women can now get involved in their local community, learn leadership skills, or give back. So why JDI?
Job’s Daughters International has been around for almost 100 years, and has helped thousands of young women internationally grow into strong, empowered adults who care about their communities, invest in their futures, and build strong support networks. With more and more women investing in their careers, Job’s Daughters International has a unique, time-tested approach that allows young girls an opportunity to learn skills that will help in their future career paths, while having fun. Many don’t even realize the skills they are being taught until much later in life!
There are three main focuses that JDI uses to partner with parents and guardians in raising the next generation of female leaders:
Job’s Daughters is a fun and safe environment for young girls to bloom into strong women.
Learn more about our gatherings:
- Business Meetings
- JD to Bee program (for girls under 10)
- Grand Bethel (Job’s Daughters state-wide conference)
- Hear from our members about what they love
Learn leadership skills through business meetings, community service, giving back, and more.
Learn more about leadership opportunities:
- Leadership Camp
- Community Outreach
- Scholarship Programs
- Miss California Job’s Daughter
Members have gone on to soar! Learn more about what members are doing in their comunities.
Curious about how our members have used what they’ve learned in Job’s Daughters to be great leaders? Hear straight from them!
Volunteer with Us
Would you like to be involved? We would love your help! Parents, guardians, and alumnae are all encouraged to be involved with the development and teaching of these life skills to our members.
To get involved, either contact us or locate a Bethel near you.
Ensuring our Members’ Safety
We strive to provide an environment that supports the growth and safety of all members in Job’s Daughters. To help create this environment, adult volunteers will be provided with detailed training and pass a screening process to help ensure the safety of our youth.
Find out more information about how we actively do our part to provide the safest environment possible, here. If you are already a volunteer with Job’s Daughters, you can find more information by signing into your portal.
The purpose of the JDI Youth Protection Program is to provide an environment to support the growth and safety of the young women in Job’s Daughters. To help create this environment, adult volunteers will be provided with a detailed Certified Adult Volunteer (CAV) Training and pass a screening process to help ensure the safety of our youth.
Upcoming California CAV Classes
Association: MLGCA & NCGCA
Date: Saturday January 26, 2019
Time: 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Location: Antioch Masonic Hall, 521 W Second St, Antioch
Lunch: Bring your lunch.
Cost: $5.00 per person for copies
Contact: Cathy Sieber-Lowe firstname.lastname@example.org or text 530-906-6075
Lead Trainer: Cathy Sieber-Lowe
Association: Central California
Date: Sunday, January 27, 2019
Time: 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Location: Fresno Masonic Center – 3444 E. Shields Ave., Fresno
Lunch: Bring your own lunch and drinks will be provided
Contact Sherri Johnson – (559)260-1315 – email@example.com
Lead Trainer: Keta Ortega
Association: South Coast
Date: Sunday, January 27, 2019
Time: 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Location: Demolay Center, 303 W. Lincoln Avenue, Anaheim, CA 92805
Lunch: $5.00 includes drink
Cost: $5.00 per person
Contact: Elaine Davies, firstname.lastname@example.org – Home Phone 714-531-8384, Cell – 714-274-5394
Lead Trainer: Marcy Jaqua