We are excited to open our applications for the 2022- 2023 New Member (Provisional) Class!
Here are the details about the Application Process:

Step 1 – Information Sessions. We have sessions in person and online between July-August where we will get to know you, establish an understanding of what Junior League of Las Vegas (JLLV) is, what the benefits of being a member are, and how the provisional year works. Attending an information session is required for all prospective members. If you cannot make a live session, there will also be a recording available as well. Please RSVP below and we will send details via a meeting notice from

Step 2 – Application Opens August 15 – 31.

Step 3 – Pay Dues The application process is competitive and there is a class limit. Once we finalize the class and congratulated our selected provisional members, we will ask you to complete the final step of your dues fulfillment (with a variety of payment options). 

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Some FAQs –

Q – Are there age restrictions to membership?

We are looking for motivated women 21 years of age and older who are committed to making Las Vegas a better place.

Q – Is there a cost to join?

Yes, Provisional Member dues are $194. After you complete your Provisional year and become an Active member, dues are usually $180-$190 a year. Payment plans and membership assistance are available.

Q – Can you tell me more about the program and the dates of the training sessions?

As an organization committed to developing the potential of women, you will have the opportunity to become an Active member of the Junior League of Las Vegas by taking part in an exciting Provisional training program. This eight-month, mission-based program meets once a month and offers the chance to meet Active and Sustaining members through various volunteer opportunities. Meetings are typically held on Wednesday evenings. Volunteer shifts vary.

Just some of the many benefits:

•    Training for effective community leadership, including advocacy, community research, fundraising, finance, leadership, public relations, and personal development

•    Working with other women to create positive community change

•    Insight into community needs and strategies for solutions

•    Access to community leaders, new friends, and creative ideas

•    Exposure to creative strategies in problem solving and administration of a non-profit organization

•    Ability to transfer membership to other Junior Leagues across the country