Invite your friends and family and grab a sweet treat on the first day of school! Visit Pineapple Dream and a percentage of the proceeds will help support the Junior League of Topeka! Interested in learning more about how you can advance your leadership while making a meaningful difference in the community? Want to develop a network and make friends? Stop by and learn about membership with the Junior League!
Load up your friends, co-workers, sisters or peers! Grab lunch and join members of the Junior League to learn how you can advance your leadership development, connect with others for meaningful community impact through volunteer action, collaboration, and training as a member of the Junior League.
The Junior League of Topeka is excited to welcome new members who value our mission of promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women, and improving the community through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers.
We strive for equity and inclusivity to encourage a diverse membership. Our goal is to promote and sustain relationships through building an integrated team of trained volunteers to improve the quality of child welfare in our community.
Join the Junior League of Topeka for a fun morning of mimosas and conversation. Learn more about membership with the Junior League. RSVP to Events@jltopeka.org.
When: Saturday, June 11, 2022 Time: 10 a.m. – Noon Who: Anyone who identifies as a woman, living or working in Topeka, Shawnee County or surrounding communities who wants to continue developing their leadership skills while making a meaningful impact on the community and connecting with others.
Can’t make this mixer but still interested? Reach out to Membership@jltopeka.org to learn more or to attend future events!
The Junior League of Topeka is pleased to announce Lauren Dreher as our keynote speaker for the 2022 Capital Impact Leadership Summit.
Lauren is a mindset speaker and the author of Go With Your Gut: Then Keep Going. She grew up with facial scars and after a childhood of subconscious negative self talk found herself in her mid twenties with low confidence, self esteem and needing direction. Her dream was to help people get past their outer image and build inner confidence. She discovered how important your mindset is. She loves to help people shift perspective and learn to manage their mindset. After all, our mindset is our choice.
Are you an educator or student in Topeka and surrounding counties?
Join members of the Junior League of Topeka on Saturday, February 19 from 10 a.m. – noon at Ash Boutique, 921 S. Kansas in Topeka. Socialize, shop and learn about the Junior League! Brunch hors d’ouvres will be available along with mimosas (for 21 and over only). In coordination, Junior League members will be collecting gently worn professional women’s clothing for the Center for Safety & Empowerment.