Have Fun and Make Friends, Join Jobies!
Each person is unique and has something special to offer to improve our community. Jobies helps you find your unique gifts and the skills to share them with others.
Jobies are fun and outgoing…even when they start as shy and quiet. Jobies helps you develop the confidence, mentorship and leadership abilities to be outstanding.
You can do anything if you try hard enough to be unstoppable. The planning skills and values you learn as a Jobie will help you be unstoppable.
Be who you want to be, and Jobies will help you be the best you that you can be! As a premier leadership and character building group, Jobies can give YOU the skills to reach your goals.
By joining and being active in Job’s Daughters you will:
- Go to swimming parties, dances, family picnics, sleepovers, mini-golf and much more!
- Make new friends and learn about leadership.
- Have a chance to travel to meet and work with girls from around the state and even the world!
So what are you waiting for? Jobies is your place to belong!
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As a Jobie you will:
- Gain valuable leadership experience, serve as part of a team.
- Learn democratic principles as you run your own meetings using parliamentary procedure.
- Decide on activities, and plan service and fundraising events.
- Be a part of a great team, learn leadership skills and how to plan and run a meeting.
- Perform service projects for her community, and encourage support of charities.
- Expand her education after high school, apply for scholarships to help reach her dreams.
- Make lifelong friends, and have the chance to travel around the state, and the world!
Girls today need role models who will empower and encourage them to great heights in life. Former Jobies are known as Alumnae or Majority Members. The support of Advisors and Alumnae for our new members in their academic and professional development motivates them to do their best and achieve their potential.
A Great Place to Grow and Learn
Job’s Daughters was founded during the height of the Women’s Suffrage Movement, a few months prior to the ratification of the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution, which gave women the right to vote. Mrs. Mick was a progressive woman wanting the absolute best for her daughters and their friends. She recognized that women’s roles were changing, and that the opportunity for women to redefine their place in society was nearing.
Mrs. Mick saw parallels between the challenges women faced as they fought to be accepted as equals, and those trials told in the Old Testament Story of Job. As Job was true and steadfast to his faith throughout the story, and never faltered, women would need to be determined in their fight to become equal participants in society, despite the inevitable setbacks they were sure to face. She was fond of Job 42:15, “And in all the land were no women found so fair as the Daughters of Job; and their Father gave them inheritance among their brethren.”
While Job’s Daughters teachings are based on the Book of Job, it does not take the place of your faith-based group or place of worship. Our members believe in a Supreme Being, respect for family and elders, love of our countries, service to others and to be a friend to all. Any girl who wants to have fun, make friends, grow and learn and help improve our communities is welcome in Jobies!