Welcome to JCI Edinburgh

| Creating impact, inspiring change |

We believe that the world needs more empathetic young leaders who think global and act local. As we look towards 2022 and beyond, we believe that working with young professionals to achieve their career goals and make a positive impact in their communities will create ripples of change throughout Edinburgh.

To make this vision a reality, we’re concentrating our work around three of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals: good health and wellbeing, reduced inequalities, and sustainable cities and communities. All of our events, projects, and activities will create a positive impact in each of these three areas – and inspire others to follow suit.

Join us at our next event to meet us and find out more!

Get in touch with us at JCI Edinburgh
Local President : Emma Reid
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Leading Women

On March 30th, we hosted our Womens’ History Month event at Craigmillar Library with three incredible leading Scottish women. The gathering was a perfect setting to share experiences, discuss frustrations and learn from each other as women in entrepreneurship.  Our incredible panellists, Ana Betancourt (Black Goblin), Zakia Moulaoui (Invisible Cities) and Sara Thompson (Leith Collective), […]

JCI Edinburgh chooses Invisible Cities as Community Partner!

We are so excited to announce that JCI Edinburgh and Invisible Cities are partnering in 2022, as they become our official community partner this year. Invisible Cities is a social enterprise that trains people who have experienced homelessness to become walking tour guides of their own city. The organisation’s high quality training empowers their guides […]

JCI Scotland meets JCI Malta!

I didn’t know much about the small country of Malta before the warm Mediterranean air swept past me as I exited my EasyJet plane from Edinburgh. I had set out on a week-long sustainable leadership conference with JCI (Junior Chambers International) Scotland, Malta, Estonia, Ireland, and Romania. The sun was high in the sky and […]