Junior Civitan is a community service organization for students. Junior Civitan members seek to meet the needs of our world and promote progress in a world of change. You can be a part of the Vigor High School's Junior Civitan club's commitment to making a difference.
-Junior Civitan's purpose is to provide all of our members with personal and career development opportunities while improving schools and communities through volunteer service.
-Established in 1932, Junior Civitan is a program of Civitan International.
-Junior Civitan has over 12,000 members in nearly 400 clubs across the world.
-There are Junior Civitan clubs in North America, Europe, Asia, and Africa
Why Join Junior Civitan?
There are many benefits to being a Junior Civitan Member:
-You'll receive Junior Civitan's Insider Magazine, which reviews international events and local club projects.
-You will have access to online shopping, message boards, advocacy opportunities, and email at Junior Civitan Online.
-In addition to club and district activities, Junior Civitans have the chance to attend several annual international events; these events let members meet other Junior Civitans, have fun, and raise money. Sno-Do is a snowmobile marathon held yearly in the beautiful icy wilderness of Ontario, Canada. Dance-A-Thon is a themed dance marathon, also held yearly in Canada. At the annual convention, Junior Civitans come together from across the U.S. and around the world for an international celebration.
-Every member helps to choose which projects and programs the club will support, and there are many leadership opportunities at the local level. District and international leadership positions allow members to travel, attend special events, and develop crucial leadership skills important in college and future careers.
-The Civitan Shropshire Scholarship is available to qualifying members as a source of financial aid for college. Each year, thousands of dollars are awarded to deserving Junior Civitans.
- Members, clubs and districts are recognized each year for outstanding leadership, projects, and activities. These prestigious awards are presented at annual district and international conventions to honor the achievements of our best and brightest Junior Civitans.
What service projects do we participate in?
Stop the Traffic
World Junior Civitan Day
Social Causes Awareness
Community Service Week
Habitat for Humanity
With perks like these, what are you waiting for? Join Vigor High School Junior Civitan Club today!
How can you join?
Must have at least a "C" average
Have good discipline in and out of school
Prospective members must have a strong sense of pride in school and their community
Must be willing to get to school early or stay after school for short meetings
You must be willing to serve others
Membership Drive Begins August 21, 2012
For more information please email one of the Vigor High School Junior Civitan Club Sponsors.
Aquanetta Mixon 251-221-3045 ext. 4
Melinda Jones Williams 251-221-3045 ext. 6