Join The Junior League of Denver

Are You Interested In . . .

  • Impacting the community?
  • Expanding your network?
  • Developing professionally and personally?
  • Growing as a leader?
  • Having fun and meeting friends?

The Junior League of Denver is an organization where women Give back to their community, Grow professionally and as leaders, and Get Connected to other women.

If you are at least 21 years of age, identify as a woman and live in the Denver metro area, you are eligible to join the Junior League of Denver!

Want to learn more about the Junior League of Denver? Sign up to attend a Virtual Recruitment event below!


Our  2020-2021 recruitment period will be open July 1 through August 15, 2020. We will post the application on July 1. Questions? Email join@jld.org.


Watch a short video to learn more about what our members do, and why you should consider joining.

“Giving back to my community has been engrained in my livelihood since I was young, and I knew that my life in Denver needed to include opportunities for servitude. The Junior League of Denver seemed like the perfect opportunity to volunteer, learn more about Denver and meet like-minded women. In less than a year, I know that I have made lasting friendships, community connections and personal growth that I never thought possible through a volunteer organization.” – Rachel Riley

“Beyond having a multi-generational familial connection to the Junior League, I wanted to join the League to better connect with my new community of Denver, meet like-minded women and several life-long friends and grow as a professional and a leader.

I am sure I am not alone in that my Provisional group was an incredible group of women, all of whom were rock stars in their careers and personal lives alike. It has been three years since we were all together (LoDo for life!) and yet we still make time to get together every month, only now it is for Book Club! These ladies are some of my most supportive and caring friends, and they inspire me with their fierceness each and every day.”  – Katherine Rose Rainbolt