Job’s Daughters International is proud of its long history as a leadership organization for girls and young women. We are an equal opportunity organization, which does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, disability or sexual orientation.
Job’s Daughters recognizes that respecting the diversity of individuals, their backgrounds, and various viewpoints can strengthen and grow an organization. To reach girls from various backgrounds, we will strive to assemble a volunteer base that reflects the diversity of our nation and the communities in which we participate.
Job’s Daughters International recognizes that the inclusion of transgender people into mainstream life has become an important issue in today’s society. Acceptance of transgender youth is handled on an individual basis, with the best interests of the youth, family and organization in mind. If the youth is living culturally as a girl and is identified by the family, school and/or community as a girl, then Job’s Daughters is an organization where she can be included.
Accommodations should be considered by the local Bethel Guardian Council for any member who desires additional privacy for changing clothes, sleeping arrangements, or any other travel related activities.