Our Key focus is to be the leading global network of young active citizens and we plan to accomplish this through providing development opportunities that empower young people to create positive change. Our focus for 2019 is to bring many Skills Development training sessions and unique networking events to young individuals within the Edinburgh area.
Over the next 12 months we will be offering training sessions, networking events as well as opportunities to help within your local community by designing and running community projects that align to our active citizen framework to create real impact and positive change locally.
2020 didn’t turn out the way we all expected it to be. What a challenging year. We cannot wait to celebrate a wonderful yet humbling 2020 within JCI Edinburgh and invite our members to join our virtual Annual General Meeting for 2020 on Friday evening 11 December from 6:30PM on. At this meeting, you will […]
Fear not!! Even though we can’t host our usual famous and ever-popular Burns Night Gala dinner with ceilidh dancing in this new normal we are happy to say there will be Burns Night celebrations in January 2021!😃 What will this be you may ask? You can expect the usual good Scottish banter and poetry and […]
The results are in… Zoom is here to stay…that means if you want to keep up, you need to EMBRACE the virtual stage! That is why JCI Edinburgh has teamed up with public speaking expert Kyle Murtagh to host an interactive webinar on the 10 November at 7pm. The webinar is part of a JCI Scotland […]
2020 has been some year! It has changed our perspective on what normal is. The rules are constantly changing on what we can and can’t do, and this is making the job of organising events for our members very difficult. With this in mind, we want to start planning events for 2021 that will withstand […]
JCI Scotland has held strong throughout 2020. As National and Local Boards, we have torn up the rule book, shown our resilience and done everything differently. Yes, JCI Scotland is MAD (Making A Difference). We set out to Challenge the Status Quo, a phrase that certainly applies now more than ever as communities, societies and […]