Becoming Future NYJL Leaders

On a recent Saturday, the New York Junior League hosted Leadership Day – a day filled with learning, empowerment and networking. Built upon the NYJL’s mission of training the next generation of leaders, Leadership Day brings together volunteers who have been identified as “up and coming” leaders and provides them the opportunity to cultivate their […]

Volunteer Education & Training Invests in Future NYJL Leaders

Training future leaders is a key aspect of the New York Junior League’s mission; we foster a supportive and motivating environment that enables continuous learning, encourages mentoring and develops future leaders. If you are looking for a way to give back to the NYC community while also learning how to be a better leader, the […]

Volunteer Education & Training Encourages Volunteers to Heart Their Heart

As our community partners and volunteers focus on the well being of others, there is a continued need to focus on individual health. Recently, the NYJL’s Volunteer Education & Training (VET) committee featured an evening with Dr. Rachel Marie Bond, to make sure that NYJL volunteers are educated about making smart heart health decisions in […]

Volunteer Education & Training Promotes Skin Cancer Awareness

The New York Junior League was honored to host Dr. Lindsey Bordone, Assistant Professor of Dermatology at Columbia University Medical Center, for a recent training on melanoma and skin cancer awareness. Dr. Bordone offered insights into the nature of skin cancer and highlighted other dermatology tips. The NYJL’s Volunteer Education & Training committee strives to […]

Hearing the Latest & Welcoming the Next NYJL President

At the recent General Membership Meeting, newly graduated Provisionals joined current volunteers to hear about the latest news from around the League. The evening kicked off with a special recognition to Horace Neal, who has worked as a day porter at the Junior League for 15 years. Following this, volunteers heard from Susan Danish, the […]