Faire découvrir l’économie locale de façon ludique, c’est le credo que s’était donné le festival «Made in 31» organisé par La Jeune Chambre Economique de Toulouse, le Samedi 4 juin au Quai des Savoirs à Toulouse. Une journée pour créer une vraie rencontre entre les citoyens et les entreprises qui réussissent dans le 31, afin que les uns se rendent compte du dynamisme économique de notre département et que les autres gagnent un soutien local plus fort. 30 entreprises originaires de la Haute-Garonne avaient été sélectionnées à l’issue d’un concours pour représenter au mieux toute la diversité, la richesse culturelle, le savoir-faire et le potentiel de l’économie du département. Le jour J, laa Jeune Chambre Economique de Toulouse a su créer une ambiance conviviale propice aux échanges. Des jeux, des initiations, des tests, et démonstrations destinées aux petits et aux grands ont été proposés par les entreprises. 3 prix ont été décernés : Prix du Public: Emotion Tech Tout au long de la journée, les visiteurs ont voté pour leur entreprise préférée, décernant ainsi le Prix du Public qui a été remis par Toulouse Métropole. Prix CCI: Graine de Pastel Prix JCI: Alg & You La JCE de Toulouse a tenu également à remettre un prix « coup de cœur » à un jeune entrepreneur âgé de 18 à 40 ans en référence au thème national de l’association pour 2016 « La jeunesse est d’utilité publique ». Les trophées de Made in 31 ont été réalisés par Kerry Gamon, sélectionnée lors d’un concours organisé en partenariat avec le Fab Lab. En savoir plus sur les trophées ici. Après Rêves de Gosse, la jeunesse toulousaine prouve une fois de plus que « la jeunesse est d’utilité publique » ! Les chiffres à retenir : Plus de 1 000 visiteurs 30 […]
C’était le week-end dernier à BOULOGNE SUR MER; cette JRF en bord de mer a permis aux membres de se former à la Méthodologie et aux Joutes-débat. Un concours l’après-midi a permis à 4 équipes de s’affronter sur des sujets hautement sérieux comme « la mayonnaise est le seul exhausteur de goût de la frite », « les princes n’existent qu’au rayon biscuits » ou encore « le picard est le seul dialecte capable de rassemble les JCE des Hauts de France ». Une fois n’est pas coutume, parmi l’équipe gagnante il y avait Audrey, membre beauvaisienne ! Bravo la JCEB !! La JCE de Boulogne Côte d’Opale ayant organisé cette journée, après l’intronisation d’un nouveau membre (Amaury (Lille), lui aussi dans l’équipe gagnante !!) nous avons tous pu profiter d’un tarif avantageux à Nausicaa, le superbe aquarium suivie d’une présentation privée des travaux d’agrandissement de la structure. Deux soirées en gîtes à la campagne ont permis à tous de se reposer et surtout de s’amuser autour du barbecue. Finalement, le week-end au bleu était presque un week-end au vert où la convivialité était bel et bien au rendez-vous entre jaycees d’Amiens, Arras, Beauvais, Belgique, Boulogne, Lille, Reims, Valenciennes… !
Joanne is one of seven people in the world living with a rare medical disability known as Total Amelia Cork disability activist Joanne O’Riordan has won the Junior Chamber International Outstanding Young Person of the World Award for 2015. Ms O’Riordan was shortlisted for the award by public vote, receiving almost half of the 26,000 online votes for the award which honours individuals under the age of 40 who have contributed greatly to local and global communities. She was selected as the winner by a panel of judges for her contribution to children, world peace and human rights. The UCC student is one of seven people in the world living with a rare medical disability known as Total Amelia, meaning born without limbs. In 2011 Ms O’Riordan attracted a lot of media attention when she challenged the Government on cuts to disability allowance. Since then she addressed the UN at the International Telecommunication Union’s conference ‘Girls in Technology’ in New York in 2012. Her story formed the subject of a 2014 documentary ‘No Limbs No Limits’. She will travel to Kanazawa, Japan for the 2015 JCI World Congress in November. Commenting on her win, Ms O’Riordan said she was “blown away”, adding “to say I’m over the moon would be an understatement.” “For me this award is about highlighting the ability of every citizen irrespective of their disability. I want people to realise that people with disabilities can contribute to a wider society in a more positive and helpful way” she said.
M. Steve Ross est le nouveau président de la Jeune chambre de commerce de Québec (JCCQ) en remplacement de M. Louis-Charles Godin.
M. Ross travaille comme délégué commercial à l’Hôtel Château Laurier Québec. Il fait partie des 550 membres actifs de la JCCQ, dont la moyenne d’âge est de 32 ans.
Gaborone — Every nation must ensure that their children have the best quality education from an early age to develop and nature the future leaders of tomorrow at grassroots level. That will also be in accordance with the Ministry of Education and Skills Development’s mandate of ensuring that by the year 2018, every child would go through day-care and pre-school. Education minister, Dr Unity Dow, said this when officially opening the Morula Zac Day Care Centre in Gaborone West recently. The centre was donated by Zac Constructions, sought by Junior Chambers International Botswana (JCI) and the Morula Ward Village Development Committee (VDC). The minister appreciated the initiative, stating that it was through the spirit of volunteerism displayed by the VDC and JCI who made the dream possible through Zac Constructions Cooperate Social Responsibility to the community of Gaborone West. She added that parents, teachers, children and the community at large should be thankful that as they embarked on this project all the relevant stakeholders chose the education sector. Also, Dr Dow said there was a norm or perception that parents were not actively involved in their children’s education, hence lack of monitoring and checking of children’s progress in classrooms. She urged them to play a vital role, make sufficient contribution and be part of their children’s educational journey, so as to appreciate their weaknesses and strengths at an early age. For his part, Member of Parliament for Gaborone Bonnington South, Mr Ndaba Gaolathe stated that students should strive to be the best that they can be, adding that hard work, determination and success is brought by a good educational background, to have a bright future. He said, “education is the gate way to greatness and it is one attribute that no one can take away from you, and children […]
Press Release | Business JCI Calgary’s Random Acts of Kindness campaign runs June 12 to Sept 22, 2015. Since then, millions of other young active citizens have united together to create sustainable impact in their community. As each year of the JCI movement has passed, we become one step closer to better communities and a better world. Join us in celebrating 100 years of impact. #100YearsOfImpact JCI Canada and communities across the world united to celebrate 100 years of impact on May 14 th . Interactive activities, impactful projects, and engaging events were organized at the local level including the global launch of 100 Random Acts of Kindness. #JCI100RAK International celebrations include Project Impact 100, a campaign to empower young people and their communities to positively impact the lives of 100 individuals by taking grassroots action to create positive change. Communities will also take part in a global screening of the JCI Documentary: 100 Years of Impact, currently being produced. The JCI 100th Anniversary celebrations will demonstrate how the founding principles of the JCI movement continue to unite young people across the globe today. As we remember our past and embark on a bright future, the celebrations also aim to empower even more young active citizens to take ownership of the future in their communities, countries and world sustaining the JCI legacy of impact. Connect with JCI, an organization that has inspired 100 years of impact and that will continue to empower and activate young people across the globe for another 100 years. Collaborate with JCI Calgary during its Random Acts of Kindness campaign, which runs June 12 to Sept 22, 2015. About JCI: JCI is a worldwide membership-based nonprofit organization of young active citizens ages 18 to 40 who are dedicated to creating positive change in their communities. […]
2014 MYTA winners from left to right – Sam Jones, Andrew Daniels, Jasen Jackiw, Tasoula Crosby, Oliv 2014 MYTA winners from left to right – Sam Jones, Andrew Daniels, Jasen Jackiw, Tasoula Crosby, Olivia Hayes, Gemma Sofield, Paul Barnes, Team Formisimo, Chris Marsh, Jessica Wilkinson, Team Formisim Feature your article in our email bulletin – Buy now JCI Manchester, leading networking group for young professionals, is calling for Manchester to celebrate the best talent in the region. The Manchester Young Talent Awards, hosted by the group, are back for a sixth year and give the region the chance to nominate the finest young talent across creative and digital, finance, legal, property, recruitment and of course the celebration of entrepreneurial flair and rising stars. Nominations are now open, as of 27th May 2015 and aim to recognise up to ten outstanding individuals between the ages of 18 and 39 who exemplify the best attributes of Manchester’s young people. JCI Manchester will present the Young Talent Awards for 2015 at a packed Awards Dinner on 19th November at the Imperial War Museum Manchester. The ceremony will highlight each winner’s career so far and provide a stage from which the winners can challenge and inspire young people in Manchester. Winners will be selected by a panel of independent judges whom are respected members of the Manchester business/professional community. JCI Manchester 2015 President, Kim Holden said ‘We are incredibly proud of showcasing Manchester’s finest young talent. JCI turns 100 years old this year so the awards will be the biggest and best yet. We know Manchester is an incredible place to live and work and the MYTAs are an opportunity to showcase that. This will be the 6th year of the awards and no doubt the talent will be better than ever. The […]
Obenson Becomes the 22 nd Secretary General of Junior Chamber International ST. LOUIS, MO, USA, June 1, 2015 — Arrey Obenson, a native of Cameroon, who lives with his family in O’Fallon, MO, has been appointed secretary general of St. Louis-based JCI , a global service organization of nearly 200,000 young people in more than 120 countries worldwide. Obenson’s appointment was made by JCI President Ismail Haznedar and confirmed by the organization’s international General Assembly. Obenson becomes the 22 nd secretary general of the 100-year-old organization, which was founded in St. Louis in 1915. Obenson previously served as acting secretary general, and prior to that, deputy secretary general, a post he held since joining JCI’s world headquarters in 2002. As secretary general, he oversees the day-to-day management of the international organization. Obenson joined JCI in 1995 as a founding member of JCI Limbe Atlantic in Cameroon, where he held several leadership positions before starting work with the international organization. Before joining the JCI headquarters team in St. Louis, Obenson was an attorney in Cameroon, where he practiced civil litigation, criminal law, commercial transactions and international trade. He is a Barrister of Law and a current member of the Cameroon Bar Association. Obenson also holds a Master of Law degree from Washington University in St. Louis. Through his appointment as JCI secretary general, Obenson said he will continue to use forward-thinking concepts to further the JCI Mission and help the organization continue to unite all sectors of society here and abroad to create sustainable impact. For more information , please contact Thomas D. Pagano, firstname.lastname@example.org , 314-602-7549
Emma Eastwood, from Leeds, the former JCI UK national president. Picture Bruce Rollinson YOUNG business leaders from across Europe will attend a major conference in Yorkshire later this year. Members of Junior Chamber International (JCI) will celebrate the centenary of the JCI movement when they stage their national conference at the Holiday Inn, in Barnsley, from Friday November 20 to Sunday November 22. JCI – a volunteer network for people in their twenties and thirties – was founded in 1915 in St Louis, Missouri. It spread to the UK in 1925. Former US Presidents Al Gore, Bill Clinton and John F Kennedy were all members of JCI in the US. Ben Hawley, the 2015 UK conference director, told The Yorkshire Post: “JCI is all about creating the leaders of tomorrow. We have gone with the theme ‘Modern Centurions : The New Breed of Leaders’. We are aiming for a minimum of 130 JCI delegate for the whole weekend, and an additional 250 on the Friday. It’s already turning into an international event as we have JCI members attending from Poland, Germany, Malta, Lithuania, Belgium and Serbia. The event builds on a strong history of JCI Yorkshire holding the national conference. Since 2006, different chambers in Yorkshire have held the event five times.” Yorkshire’s leading role in the revival of the JCI movement was recognised in 2012 when the global head of JCI visited the county. JCI World President Bertolt Daems held talks with JCI members in Sheffield during a three-day tour of Britain. Charlie Pearson, JCI Yorkshire 2015 regional group chairman, said the event also marked the 60th anniversary of JCI Yorkshire. Ms Pearson added: “We have three chambers that have relaunched in the last 18 months. They are all have very positive futures. JCI Rotherham relaunched in February […]