Z & Golden Z Clubs Develop Leaders in Oxford County

Zonta Z & Golden Z Clubs offer opportunities for youth to build skills & develop leaders to improve international awareness through service projects and advocacy. Z clubs are developed in partnership with secondary schools and Golden Z clubs are formed on college and university campuses.

Zonta Z & Golden Z Clubs are Located Around the World

Z Clubs and Golden Z Clubs are clubs within Zonta. In addition to developing leadership skills, students can explore career alternatives, and connect through service projects and advocacy. The Z Clubs and Golden Z Clubs are “Future Leaders Building a Better Future through Service and Advocacy.”

McMaster Golden Z Club Members

Zonta Clubs & Schools – Mentoring the Next Generation of Gender Equality Advocates.

Participate in one of Zonta’s longest-running student programs by helping the Zonta Woodstock charter Z Clubs or a Golden Z club!

Clubs such as these can provide young adults in Oxford County with the tools, information and guidance they need to impact the world and improve the lives of women and girls everywhere.

A Z Club is associated with a high school while a Golden Z Club is aligned to a community college or university.  Zonta Woodstock acts as a sponsor to charter the club, registers it with Zonta International, and acts to establish and mentor the club.

Consider starting a Z Clubs or Golden Z Club in Oxford County.  You can investigate Zonta International’s Resources for more information.

Review Z & Golden Z Club information found on the Zonta District 4 website.

Presentations of what students in Z Clubs and Golden Z Clubs in District 4 are doing.


Where do I get information on starting a Z and Golden Club?

Contact the local Zonta Club and the Manual for Z and Golden Z Clubs

What are some Zonta club activities in which Z and Golden members can participate?

Birthing kit assembly, fundraisers, hygiene kit assembly, club meetings and advocacy events. 

Contact Zonta Woodstock to Start a Z or Golden Z Club in Your School

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