What is Job's Daughters? 

Learning & Leadership

 

Job’s Daughters gain valuable leadership experience, serve as part of a team, and learn democratic principles as they run their own meetings using parliamentary procedure, decide on activities, and plan service and fundraising events. 

 

Job’s Daughters today run their meetings and plan their activities. Adults help the girls with their ideas. You may be asked to take an office in the group, such as the Treasurer—who keeps up with our money, or a Custodian—who sets up the meeting room.We are girls who love to learn!

Founded in 1920 by Mrs. Ethel T. Wead Mick, Job’s Daughters International is an organization of young women boasting over 10,000 members in the United States, Canada, Australia, the Philippines and Brazil. Mrs. Mick wanted the best for her daughters and their friends. She wanted them to feel important and to be in control of their work. 

 

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Fun & Friendship

 

Members also have fun together at activities such as swimming parties, camps, family picnics, pj parties, miniature golf, marching in parades and so much more.

 

Each year inter-bethel activites and competitons are held, these include bowling, swimming, athletics, netball and verse speaking. Job's Daughters Queensland attend yearly activity camps and leadership weekends. 

 

Opportunities to travel around the U.S. and abroad to visit other Job’s Daughter members typically results in friends that last a lifetime.

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Charity & Community

 

Job’s Daughters perform service projects to help their community. Each Honoured Queen selects a charity or service project to support. Various causes are supported at the state and international levels as well.

 

These might include causes like breast cancer, diabetes, food drives, visiting nursing homes, collecting Christmas gifts for needy families, participating in fun runs, and a variety of other worthy causes.
 

Job's Daughters are always ready to help...