Where girls RULE!

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10 to teen

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Job’s Daughters is a non-profit, girl’s leadership organisation. Our mission is to create confident young women who are prepared to lead and who are given the opportunity to use their voice.

What can your daughter gain from membership?

  • Personal Growth: Members are encouraged to respect themselves and others. Supporting charitable organisations, through fundraising or volunteering (such as Clean up Australia Day), is an important part of Job’s Daughters.

  • Organisation skills: Girls run their own meetings and organise their own activities, with the supervision of adults. Formal meetings are held twice a month where each girl has a role to play. This provides vital public speaking experience which assists with school and future careers.

  • Leadership skills: Each club, called a Bethel, has a leader for six months. This leader is required to plan all activities for that period. By giving genuine leadership opportunities, girls develop skills that will equip them for adulthood. All members have a role to play in their club that is age appropriate and in line with their abilities.

  • Friendship and acceptance: All members are treated equally regardless of race, religion, economic background, identity, background or ability. Members are supported in a culture where each girl is valued, encouraged and recognised for her individual strengths. This builds genuine friendships and girls will have "Jobie" friends from around the world.

Who can join?

Girls who are aged between 10 and 19 years old.

What if my daughter is younger than 10?

We have a program for younger girls called the Jobie to Bee program. Girls are invited to several fun activities each year such as Zoo trips, teddy bear picnics, ten pin bowling and much more.

Where are your Clubs/Bethels?

We have Bethels located at Wavell Heights, Petrie and Caboolture.

What do our members think?

“JDI has helped me feel confident in my abilities and make lifelong friends” – Lucinda aged 17

“I love Jobies because it has given me the confidence for public speaking”- Grace aged 15

“Job’s Daughters has allowed me to see my worth and make friends from around the world” – Mackenzie aged 16

Where can I find out more?

You can email us at membership@jdiqld.org and one of our adult volunteers will contact you. Click the icons at the top of this page to view our website or social media pages.

Job's Daughters Queensland

Job's Daughters Queensland (The Jurisdictional Guardian Council) is a registered not-for-profit, community group for girls with the purpose of teaching young women to become contributing, self-reliant and confident adults.  Our activities are designed around Learning, Leadership and Fun.  This is the Official Website of the Jurisdictional Guardian Council of Queensland, Australia. This Web Site is not the Official Supreme Guardian Council (SGC) Web Site. All information, unless otherwise noted, is the property of the Jurisdictional Guardian Council of Queensland and is not sanctioned by the SGC. For more information about Job's Daughters in Queensland, Australia, email info@jdiqld.org or phone (07) 3117 2421.  For information regarding this website, contact the webmaster - webmaster@jdiqld.org

Statement of Commitment
The Jurisdictional Guardian Council of Queensland, Job’s Daughters International (Job’s Daughters Queensland) is committed to ensure:
• The safety and well-being of all children and young people involved in the activities of Job’s Daughters Queensland;
• Job’s Daughters Queensland has ZERO tolerance against child harm in any form;
• Job’s Daughters Queensland follows and adheres to the 10 National Principles for Child Safe Organisations;
• Job’s Daughters Queensland provides an open and welcoming environment which is friendly for children and young people; and
• That these services will be continually improved to maintain the highest possible standard.

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