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Welcome to JCI Scotland
Grow as a person
Invest in your personal development and build your career through regular training and workshops helping you to gain knowledge and experience.
Expand Your Circle
JCI opens up a whole new network of like-minded young professionals from a range of backgrounds. Make beneficial professional contacts and create lasting friendships.
Be Part of Something
Make an impact in your local community by running projects that tackle issues head-on and help create positive change.
As part of a global organisation, JCI can offer exciting travel experiences to new places through international conferences and global events over six continents.
Join us in Aberdeen for the JCI Scotland NatCon 2024! We have a great programme that is taking shape, including fantastic trainers, speakers and panelists. There will also be a social/cultural option for those who wish. The Friday night activities will be in Aberdeen City Centre and begin at about 6.30pm. All Saturday training activities […]
Aberdeen, 6th May 2023 — In a grand reunion, 38 esteemed Past Presidents of JCI Aberdeen gathered at The Royal Northern & University Club Aberdeen for the 67th Presidents’ Court Dinner. This annual event held to honour the Local Organisation’s rich history and legacy saw its past leaders come together on this special occasion, marking […]
JCI Edinburgh today announced the launch of its flagship Student Ambassador Programme. In partnership with the University of Edinburgh’s Business School, the Programme aims to give students unique access to personal, professional and leadership development opportunities. The four inaugural Student Ambassadors were inducted today by the 2022 President, Emma Reid, and the JCI Edinburgh board […]
-Emma Reid, JCI Edinburgh Local President In June, I had the pleasure of travelling to Bruges, a beautiful historic town in Belgium, for the JCI European Conference. As this was my first time at a European Conference and a conference of this size, I have to admit I was a little apprehensive. There were going […]