Session 1 - Feb 25, 2021 at 7 PM ET
Session 2 – Mar 2, 2021 at 9 PM ET
Mission Delivery

Junior Mentor Training Course 3: Juniors and The Legion Family

As mentors of our future leaders, we need to inspire American Legion Auxiliary Junior members in carrying on the work of The American Legion Family: helping veterans, military, and their families. Ultimately, the goal is to develop Junior members into becoming lifelong ALA members. 

 2020 — 2021 DATES TBD
Mission Training

Mission Training 101: Delivery

Due to COVID-19 no Mission Trainings are currently scheduled. Please check back for more information.

Mission Delivery Training helps members better understand our mission of serving veterans, the military, and their families. The goal is to reduce obstacles that would prevent members from getting started. Content is built around the basics of the ALA mission.

REGISTRATION CLOSED
 2020 — 2021 DATES TBD
Mission Training

Mission Training 201: Development

Due to COVID-19 no Mission Trainings are currently scheduled. Please check back for more information.

Mission Development Training goes to the next level to help members overcome common hurdles in mission delivery. The underlying belief in this training is that improving the member engagement experience will also drive membership.

REGISTRATION CLOSED
 2020-2021 DATES TBD
National Junior Meetings

National Junior Meetings

Dates TBD
Due to COVID-19 no Mission Trainings are currently scheduled. Please check back for more information.

Across the country, Junior members of the American Legion Auxiliary are building their leadership skills as they carry out our mission of helping veterans, military, and their families.  


REGISTRATION CLOSED
 2021 DLNC DATES — Apr 24 -27, 2021
Department leadership National Conference

Department Leadership National Conference

2021 Date Apr 24-27

Department Leadership National Conference brings all upcoming leadership together at one event for planning—in a time of year when it can still impact what departments do to help create a cohesive message across the nation.Topics covered at the conference are geared towards the positions of Department President, Secretary, and Membership Chairman.

 May 28, 2021
National Poppy Day

National Poppy Day

May 28, 2021

Poppy Day is celebrated in countries around the world. The American Legion brought National Poppy Day® to the United States by asking Congress to designate the Friday before Memorial Day, as National Poppy Day.

On the Friday before Memorial Day, wear a red poppy to honor the fallen and support the living who have worn our nation's uniform.

 July 24-31, 2021
ALA Girls Nation

ALA Girls Nation

July 24-31, 2021

ALA Girls Nation is the premier program of the American Legion Auxiliary that provides firsthand experience for high school juniors to gain practical insight into how the federal government works.

More than 7,000 young women have participated in ALA Girls Nation since it was founded in 1947.

 Aug. 27 – Sept. 2, 2021
National Convention

National Convention

Phoenix, AZ
Aug. 27 – Sept. 2, 2021

The annual National Convention is the legislative body of the American Legion Auxiliary. The convention is called for the purpose of electing officers for the ensuing year, amending the National Constitution & Bylaws, receiving reports of national officers and committees, and for the transaction of such other business as may be brought before it. 

 Aug. 31, 2021
Woman of the Year Award

Public Spirit Award

Phoenix, AZ
Tuesday, Aug. 31, 2021

Inspiring actions often inspire others to action. The American Legion Auxiliary’s prestigious Public Spirit Award recognizes outstanding individuals and organizations for contributions that positively impact communities through service to our military, veterans, and their families. Recognition and presentation of the award occurs at the national convention.

 Aug. 31, 2021
Salute to ServiceWomen Award

Salute to ServiceWomen

Phoenix, AZ
Tuesday, Aug. 31, 2021

Established in 2003, this award honors women who are currently serving our country in the U.S. Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force, Coast Guard, and Space Force – including the National Guard and Reserve components of each branch. One servicewoman from each branch of service is recognized.