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Wednesday, 15 January 2014

New Junior Chamber branch looking for young Business People in Donegal

Junior Chamber International Ireland (JCI) have decided to start a new JCI branch in Donegal. They are having an Official Donegal launch on Thursday the 16th of January in the Radisson Blu Hotel, Letterkenny, at 7.30pm. 

JCI Ireland is nearly 60 years old and is part of the largest personal and leadership development organisation for young people in the world. JCI internationally is nearly 100 years old. It provides a range of activities and projects in 4 opportunity areas: Individual, Community, International and Business.




JCI Ireland runs activities throughout the year, including The Outstanding Young Person award, Friendly Business Awards and Active Citizenship Week. JCI is a place where young leaders and entrepreneurs meet, learn and grow. JCI Donegal is seeking young people in their 20’s and 30’s who are dynamic and enthusiastic, motivated and interested in increasing their exploitable skills set.

Members come from all walks of life; from university students to corporate executives, from self employed professionals and business people to employees of multinationals or state organisations, but all share a common goal in terms of self improvement and contribution to society.


National President of JCI Ireland, Derek Reilly 

Derek Reilly National President of JCI Ireland commented “We wanted to expand JCI into many different counties. Donegal was an obvious choice as it has a wealth of young motivated people who I know could make a great contribution to JCI. Getting involved with JCI offers an ideal opportunity for individuals to expand both their personal and professional networks, to get involved and give something back to the community, to have fun and to develop the skills to help them in their personal and professional life. I would urge young people in Donegal to get involved as JCI can bring many great opportunities to them.”

Getting involved with JCI offers an ideal opportunity for individuals to expand both their personal and professional networks, to get involved and give something back to the community, to have fun and to develop the skills to help them in their personal and professional life.

Along with a wide variety of projects and training opportunities, JCI offer a wide variety of training programmes that members can avail of. Recent examples include public speaking and debating, sales training, interviewing techniques and time management seminars among others. This is complemented by an array of social events including bowling, barbecues, quiz nights, ballroom dancing, surfing and photography classes, so there’s something for almost anyone.


So if you are between 18 and 40 and feel you would like to get involved in JCI in Donegal get along to the launch night in the Radisson Blu Hotel, Letterkenny, at 7.30pm.

For more information contactderekreillyirl@gmail.com or call 086-6839709. 
You can also find them on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/JciDonegal
LinkedIn and Twitter @jciDonegal

Zack

1 comment:

  1. Thanks Zach, email we sent you was mistyped so best contact us via ireland@jci.cc or jcidonegal@gmail.com

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