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
Please Join the Jurisdiction of Missouri for the reception of: Ralph Schmidt, Associate Supreme Guardian John Vezeau, Associate Supreme Bethel Guardian Craig Stratmann, Supreme Sr. Custodian Amanda Aiken Supreme Bethel Librarian Meckenzie Yeager, SB Rep to Colorado Alica Lindner SB Rep to Saskatchewan Saturday, September 16, 2017 Moolah Shrine Center 12545 Fee Fee Rd. St. Louis, Missouri… Continue reading Reception for Associate Supreme Guardian
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The Supreme Leadership Conference will be held from October 6-9, 2017 in Anaheim, California. The conference will include the Disney leadership course, complete with a park pass for Daughters. Find out more and register here.
The Degree of Royal Purple is awarded as the highest honor in recognition of outstanding, continuous and dedicated service of a Majority Member to the International Order of Job’s Daughters. If you know someone deserving of this honor, make sure to nominate them for recognition at this year's Supreme Session. Nominations are due to the… Continue reading Degree of Royal Purple Nomination Form Posted
The registration packet and online registration can be found on the Supreme Session 2017 page.
The amendments that were approved at the 2016 Supreme Session have been posted and are now in effect. Constitution, Bylaws, Standard Operating Procedures, and Rules & Regulations will need to be changed to reflect the amendments. Please follow the link below for more information. Amendments- NEW!