Membership Informational Mixers
A great way to learn about the league is through our Membership Informational Mixers! The Recruitment Committee hosts regular membership mixers and welcomes anyone interested in learning about the Junior League of Portland to mix and mingle with current League Members. The Membership Informational Mixers are an opportunity to discover the leadership, training, and social opportunities the Junior League has to offer.
Fall Mixer: Join Us 10/30 at Cerulean Wine from 6 – 7:30 pm
1439 NW Marshall St., Portland, OR 97209
Join us at Cerulean Wine as we Mix and Mingle with current Junior League of Portland actives, sustainers and provisionals as well as women interested in learning more about the Junior League of Portland. Learn about the Junior League of Portland and what we do to support our local community.
There will be a no host bar and snacks for purchase. Sign Up here and invite a friend.
The Junior League of Portland Recruitment Committee requests all interested women provide their information so they can be updated on events.
Submit your information to JLP to receive invitations and information regarding recruitment events throughout the year – Fill out the form!
The Committee would also love to hear from you with any questions! Please reach out at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to meeting each and every one of you!
About the Junior League of Portland
In 1910, Gretchen Corbett convinced her sewing group and other friends to join her in founding the Junior League of Portland. As an original member of the first Junior League in New York City in 1901, Gretchen knew the rapidly growing Portland community would also need a group of trained women volunteers to address issues in the community as they arose.
Today, the Junior League of Portland (JLP) is the fourth oldest League in the Association of Junior Leagues International (AJLI) and the first on the west coast. Since that time, JLP has provided countless volunteer hours to improving the community, launched much needed programs and initiatives to protect the underserved, and prepared generations of local women for a lifetime of civic leadership.We are devoted to:
- Effecting change within our communities
- Training and developing civic leaders
- Promoting voluntarism
We warmly welcome women of all races, religions, and national origins who demonstrate an interest in voluntarism, a commitment to community service, and an interest in developing their potential to better serve the Portland community.