Junior Chamber International Sheffield holds 2015 Kick Off Event


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Junior Chamber International Sheffield (JCI Sheffield) is holding a Kick Off Event to share their plan of impact for 2015.  

On the January 23 at Eten Café, York Street, Sheffield, members, non members, senators, presidents and past presidents of JCI from around the UK will be joining the celebration of the new year for the chamber and sharing the plan for 2015. The chamber looks to motivate current members and connect with non members to share how people can get involved and to meet, learn and grow with the organisation.

“As a membership organisation, JCI is run by and for our members where we tailor our award winning training programme and other activities around what our members want and need,” said Amy Melody, 2015 Membership and Engagement Director.

Mark Smith, 2015 President for JCI Sheffield said: “Whether you are a current member or want to find out more about how JCI can help you to meet, learn and grow, we warmly welcome you to our 2015 kick off event. This year I am challenging our members to ‘be the change’ by developing themselves, their skills, their work or community.  Becoming involved with JCI is a perfect way to do this surrounded by positive young professionals.”

Junior Chamber International is a global non profit organisation that provides development opportunities that empower young active citizens to create positive change. This is through networking, training, social events, community projects and more. The organisation will be celebrating it’s 100th year in 2015 which was founded in 1915 in St. Louis, Missouri, USA.

For further information, visit www.jcisheffield.org.uk


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