What does Community mean in JCI?

What does Community mean in JCI?

April 2, 2012 6:42 am Published by Leave your thoughts

There are five areas of opportunity in JCI, Business International, Social, Training and Community.

Community can mean a number of different things;

  1. As a member of JCI you are part of local, national and global network of young active citizens
  2. The local community where you live

However, in JCI community its about ‘providing our members with opportunities to develop community responsibility’.

Junior Chamber International participation is the community is central to our mission and vision and that JCI members are active in the local communities.

Mission: ‘To provide development opportunities that empower young people to create positive change’

Vision: ‘To be the leading global network of young active citizens’                                                      

Through involvement in civic and community projects you will again a sense of the contribution and difference you can make at the local level. Develop a greater understanding of how communities work as well as developing valuable organisation skills. Armed with your new skills learnt you can utilise these skills in your own business or workplace increasing your employability skills. However, we must not forget that at the heart of everything for us  JCI London Community wants to ensure that  the needs of members


JCI London Community team has four main programme themes this year with projects under each theme. Plenty for  you get stuck in and stand out from the crowd:

  • Board & Trustee programme
  • Community Connect Programme
  • Social Entrepreneurship Programme
  • Fun, Fame & Impact programme

If you want you want to find out more, get involved and make an impact please do get in touch.

The next active citizen meeting is on Tuesday 10 April book here

JCI London Board and Trustee programme launch is on Tuesday 8 May with our first  event ‘You are invited to the boardroom’ is your opportunity to find out how you can make an impact in the community via the boardroom book here

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“Volunteerism is the voice of the people put into action. These actions shape and mold the present into a future of which we can all be proud.”
Helen Dyer

 

Soraya Bowen
Community Director
Email: [email protected]

Lucy Wood
Deputy Community Director
Email:[email protected]

 

 

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