Millennials – a term used to describe people born between 1980 and 2000 along with Generation Y or the Echo Boom — are expected to have the same impact as the Baby Boom generation on politics, the workplace, culture and business — and, in fact, are destined to reshape our country and possibly the entire world.
We feel that supporting young girls in building their own self esteem and confidence will have lasting positive impacts on their futures and the futures of those they surround themselves with.
February was Black History Month in Canada and the United States. Along with other Leagues in North America, we celebrated through a fantastic awareness campaign created by the AJLI.
Girls have the right to a safe, educated, and healthy life, not only during their critical formative years but also as they mature into women.
This National Volunteer Week, we at the Junior League of Edmonton know the beauty of volunteerism is that we all benefit when people give their time and energy to strengthen our communities.
The Junior League of Edmonton is proud to be a volunteer community partner with Trauma Informed Edmonton.
Organizational Development Institutes, or ODIs, are a series of educational training workshops delivered throughout the year by the Association of Junior Leagues International (AJLI).
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It was a Women Build Day at Habitat for Humanity on August 15 in Edmonton, and members of the Junior League of Edmonton—accompanied by friends & family—learned a few skilled trades such as framing, insulation and cabinet building.
Junior League of Edmonton is a huge advocate of training, training women to become the best leaders they can be.