Job’s Daughters International is a Masonic Youth Group for young women. The organization was founded as The Order of Job’s Daughters by Ethel T. Wead Mick in Omaha, Nebraska, on October 20, 1920. The original age for membership was 13-18, but has been changed several times over the years, most recently to age 10-20 in 2004. The purpose of the organization is to band together young girls who are related to a Master Mason, and strives to build character through moral and spiritual development. “Mother Mick” was fond of the Book of Job, and took the name of the organization as a reference to the three daughters of Job.The Book of Job, 42nd chapter, 15th verse says, “In all the land were no women found so fair as the Daughters of Job, and their father gave them inheritance among their brethren”. Today, Job’s Daughters continues to operate in a most of the United States, as well as internationally, most notably in Brazil.