Do you like meeting new friends? Do you like doing fun things? Do you like helping others? Job's Daughters is a great place to do all that and more!
Contact our current Honored Queen and Miss Jr. Jobie -Jade M if you have questions! Click here for Jade's email address
Our current Bethel Guardian is Kristin Wiersma - she is happy to answer questions too! Click here for Kristin's email address
Founded in 1920 by Mrs. Ethel T. Wead Mick, Job's Daughters International is an organization of young women with members in the United States, Canada, Australia, the Philippines and Brazil.
Job's Daughters is open to girls between the ages of ten to twenty whom have a Masonic Heritage or are sponsored by a Master Mason. Like Freemasonry, Job's Daughters does not require that its members belong to a particular faith, but candidates for admission to the order must profess a belief in God by whatever name they may know him.
Meetings follow a long tradition of order. The Officers and choir wear traditional Grecian robes, symbols of democracy and equality, provided by the Bethel. Other members wear dresses to the meetings, which are held twice a month. Programs, activities and meetings are planned and conducted by the members with the help of adult volunteers.
To become a Job's Daughter does not involve an embarrassing ritual or test of courage. Like Masonic degrees, the initiations are solemn, meaningful ceremonies presented by the Bethel*** Officers. Parents are welcome at initiations and at all meetings. To be a member of Job's Daughters is to be part of a group that promotes friendship among young women and self-confidence. It teaches leadership and responsibility and commitment to self and others. The members of this order will learn skills that will help them throughout their lives and will become part of an organization that serves the community and is dedicated to having fun.