JCI Ireland recognised young people who excelled in their chosen fields and created positive change. The purpose of the TOYP Programme is to honour individuals between the ages of 18 and 40 who exemplify the finest attributes of the world’s young pe

ople. The Award Ceremony took place in the magic Cloonacauneen Castle, Co. Galway on Saturday 12th June.

The following young people received the JCI Ireland TOYP Award this year:
* Aidan McGrath – Humanitarian and/or voluntary service
* Aisling Neary – Humanitarian and/or voluntary service
* Caitríona Cunningham – Moral and/or environmental leadership
* Darren Cawley – Personal improvement and/or accomplishment
* Dr. Syed Tofail- Scientific and/or technological development
* Eva Marie Costello – Contribution to children, world peace and/or human rights
* Katherine Long – Humanitarian and/or voluntary service
* Mark Allan Quinn – Personal improvement and/or accomplishment
* Mark Campbell – Medical innovation

Since 1983, JCI has honored individuals for being active citizens. The first TOYP ceremony took place during Junior Chamber International World Congress in Taipei, Taiwan.

JCI Dublin was well represented by its members in the Award Ceremony. Networking, awards and recognition were key elements of the night. If you would like to be part of an organisation for young, enthusiastic professionals and entrepreneurs, who live in the Dublin area, join JCI Dublin!

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JCI Ireland recognised young people who excelled in their chosen fields and created positive change. The purpose of the TOYP Programme is to honour individuals between the ages of 18 and 40 who exemplify the finest attributes of the world’s young people. The Award Ceremony took place in the magic Cloonacauneen Castle, Co. Galway on Saturday 12th June.
The following young people received the JCI Ireland TOYP Award this year:
* Aidan McGrath – Humanitarian and/or voluntary service
* Aisling Neary – Humanitarian and/or voluntary service
* Caitríona Cunningham – Moral and/or environmental leadership
* Darren Cawley – Personal improvement and/or accomplishment
* Dr. Syed Tofail- Scientific and/or technological development
* Eva Marie Costello – Contribution to children, world peace and/or human rights
* Katherine Long – Humanitarian and/or voluntary service
* Mark Allan Quinn – Personal improvement and/or accomplishment
* Mark Campbell – Medical innovation
Since 1983, JCI has honored individuals for being active citizens. The first TOYP ceremony took place during Junior Chamber International World Congress in Taipei, Taiwan.
JCI Dublin was well represented by its members in the Award Ceremony. Networking, awards and recognition were key elements of the night. If you would like to be part of an organisation for young, enthusiastic professionals and entrepreneurs, who live in the Dublin area, join JCI Dublin!
For further information about TOYP contact JCI Dublin General Secretary Emma Hickey emma.hickey@jcidublin.com
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