Aug 03, 2009 News Comments Off on JCI Guyana members undergo training in Suriname
Junior Chamber International Guyana (JCI) recently participated in an exchange visit with their JCI Suriname chapter in Paramaribo, Suriname, at which seven of its members successfully participated in a two days training session on “JCI Admin” (the JCI Local Organisation Management Course), and “CSR Training” (the JCI training on the Corporate Social Responsibility of the Active Citizen).
Those attending the training session were, Natisha Abel, (President); Nasoya Chapman, Shefern Blackman, (Vice President); La Shaune’ D’Avilar, (Assistant Secretary General); Yolanda Morris-Noble (Prospective Member); Kayode Lambert (Communication Director) and Eon Stephens (Prospective Member).
The training was conducted by Certified JCI Head Trainer, Gunther Meyer, ITF 007 (JCI USA) and Assistant Trainer, Marciano Lie A. Young, ITF 114 (JCI Suriname).
Junior Chamber International (JCI) is a worldwide community of young active citizens who share the belief that in order to create positive change, individuals must take collective action to improve themselves and the world around them.
JCI Guyana is an arm of this body and directly affiliated to the JCI West Indies and JCIs worldwide, which works towards leadership development and providing opportunities for the development of skills that will benefit both personal and professional lives.
It does so by providing opportunities for young people to develop their leadership and entrepreneurial skills, social responsibility and fellowship necessary to create positive change through its many training opportunities such as those conducted recently.
The theme for this administrative year is “Be Better–Empowering Young Minds”.
The organisation encourages persons with a desire for such to become involved, especially with the wide range of upcoming events in Tunisia, St. Kitts, Trinidad & Tobago, Barbados Curacao, and Suriname.
According to officials, the involvement of locals provides opportunities for community service, networking and life-long friendships.
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