In the fifty years that have passed since its foundation, JCI Ireland has provided opportunities to many thousands of young Irish business people, entrepreneurs and leaders. It’s alumni include Government Ministers, Judges, CEO’s of Semi-State bodies and captains of industry.
At its peak in the 1970’s and 1980’s, JCI Ireland had over sixty branches and 2,500 members all over the state and while it may be less influential now than it once was, the opportunities which it provides to its members remain the same and the national organisation remains committed to creating a better future by creating better leaders.
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About JCI Ireland
JCI Ireland was affiliated to Junior Chamber International in 1958 and has provided the international organisation with three World Presidents, Joe Murphy in 1984, Kevin Cullinnane in 2005 and Graham Hanlon in 2008, a number of other international officers, hosted World Congress in Dublin in 1970, three European Conferences, in Dun Laoghaire in 1959, Killarney in 1975, Wexford in 1981 and European Presidents meeting in Wexford in 1990.
Who is JCI for?
People join JCI for lots of different reasons but everyone is passionate about making a change to their lives, and the lives of others.
Are you a young professional looking to develop leadership skills to help you further your career? Are you eager to make a lasting impact in your local community? Do you want the opportunity to travel to exciting new places and meet people from all over world? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then JCI is for you!
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