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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!
We’ll be celebrating the life of Poet Robert Burns as a part of Scottish tradition with haggis, bagpipes, a ceilidh, and much more. Held at the Leonardo Hotel Edinburgh Murrayfield, this is a night not to be missed. Early Bird tickets are now on sale! Tickets include: -Welcome drinks at our drinks reception– Three course […]
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 […]