Summer is officially over and school is back in session. While some might not be looking forward to the occasion, some are embarking on an exciting new journey: college. Job’s Daughters all over the world have started classes, moved into dorm rooms, and maybe are living in an entirely different area. Their new college town… Continue reading How to make a care package for your college Jobies
Hi Job’s Daughters International! My name is Maleigha Warwick and I am so excited to be a part of the Supreme Office! I graduated high school earlier this year from Millard North High School and I am now going to Metro Community College to major in Interior Design. I have been a part of the Job’s Daughters… Continue reading Maleigha joins the Supreme Office!
15 August, 2018 To all Bethel Daughters and Council, We are beginning a new step in our review of the Constitution and Bylaws of the Supreme Guardian Council, and we need your assistance. The Constitution & Bylaw Reform Panel (CBRP) is needing ideas from you about how we can make the laws that govern our Order fit the… Continue reading A Letter from the Constitution & Bylaws Reform Panel
Your backpack is stuffed, your supplies are labeled, and Bethels are back in session! Unfortunately, that means summer is officially coming to an end. But that also means a new school year is beginning with new opportunities for learning, friendship, and promotion. You might be at a new school or with the same friends from… Continue reading Purple Pride: How to promote JDI in the new school year
If there’s anything I know for sure, it’s that Job’s Daughters are chronic over-packers. And for a trip as big as Supreme Session, it can start to get out of hand. Over the years, I have developed a fool-proof system for making sure that I bring everything I need, without having to pay an overweight… Continue reading The Ultimate Supreme Session Packing List (& Tips)
She learned how to lead a meeting, plan six months’ worth of events and advocate for her fellow members. What next? Our Honored Queens are reaching this high office earlier than ever; leaving our Past Honored Queens with years of membership left to go. After we raise them up to be leaders, how do we… Continue reading Life after leadership: How to keep our PHQs involved
When young people are involved in community service, they build a foundation of empathy and care for their fellow citizens. This involvement may be required for school, honors societies, or even as a resume-booster for college applications. Most importantly, community service allows people to come together for a common good. Job’s Daughters International stresses the… Continue reading She can change the world: Service ideas for different age groups
By middle school, girls are 25 percent less likely than boys to say they like taking the lead. When girls assert themselves, they are often accused of being “bossy.” Ban Bossy is an initiative cosponsored by LeanIn.Org and Girl Scouts of the USA to lift up female leaders and foster leadership skills in girls. Leadership… Continue reading Ban Bossy offers tips for building strong leaders