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Florida Juniorettes

Juniorettes, age 12 – 18, are the youngest members of GFWC Florida Federation of Women’s Clubs. The program for middle and high school girls offers fun, friendship and community service. The girls learn how to organize and operate their non-profit clubs with rewarding results. Many use their Juniorette service hours for scholarships and National Honor Society credits.

Juniorettes continue to grow throughout Florida. Each club must be sponsored by a general or junior club that provides an advisor/liaison and guidance. Each club has its own personality and determines what is most needed in its home community. All share the General Federation of Women’s Club’s (GFWC) Community Service Program guidelines offering activities in Arts, Conservation, Education, Home Life, International Outreach and Public Issues.

The girls have an annual convention called JASM (Juniorette Annual State Meeting) where they can build friendships and exchange ideas with Juniorettes across the state. Some clubs are still called Little Women, a term that preceded the state name Juniorettes.

Juniorettes also elect their own State Director and Officers who serve annual terms. Our 2016-2017 State Juniorette Director is Caroline Sharpless.

Juniorettes are our future & besides that…they are just plain fun!

For more specific information about Juniorettes, contact our State Advisory Chairman Teresa Spence. Click here to find out how to start a Juniorette Club in your area.

Juniorette Planning Committee and Officers 2017-2018
Director - Brianna Schroeder

Vice Director - Rebecca Gaschler

 Secretary/Treasurer - Juliana Giraldo

JASM 2018 Gainesville  June 8-10 2018