Need help explaining the purpose of JLT? Be on the lookout for our new and improved DIP cards!
This year’s Recruitment Committee is committed to continuing the tradition of recruiting women in Tulsa who exemplify the Junior League of Tulsa’s (JLT) mission statement of improving our community and becoming trained volunteers.
Our first General Meeting of the 2016-2017 League Year is almost upon us. On Tuesday, September 20th at 6:30 pm at Headquarters, we will have Mayor-Elect G.T. Bynum as a guest speaker. Read on for a few things you need to know.
’Tis the season … patio season, that is. Warm weather means it’s time eat, drink, and be merry outdoors. Fortunately, Tulsa is bursting with options for great patio dining. The sun is shining and the flowers are blooming, so take some time to get outside in the least outdoorsy way possible at 12 of […]
Creating or hosting an event at the Junior League of Tulsa (JLT) Headquarters has never been simpler thanks to an updated, online rental system. Kim Smith, the JLT Headquarters Management Chair, explains the advantages of hosting an event at JLT: “The best kept secret in town is how economical and easy it is to rent […]
This year, the Junior League of Tulsa (JLT) introduced the Leadership Development Council (LDC), which is charged with creating an effective core of volunteers who can continue service even after their JLT careers. For its inaugural year, the council has one committee: the Training and Education Committee. Together, the council and committee have been reviewing […]
Each year, members of the Junior League of Tulsa (JLT) pay dues to serve in the organization. Presently, provisional and active members pay $175 per year and sustainers under the age of 65 pay $100 per year. Have you ever wondered what JLT does with these dues? Of these dues, JLT pays $43 per member […]
Last year, our members volunteered approximately 44,200 hours through JLT projects. Read on to discover more stats about the Junior League of Tulsa.