Associate Memberships are offered to North Columbus Jaycee members who have turned 40 -- called "aging out" -- but still want to attend events and receive a newsletter. Associate Members cannot chair projects, vote, or run for office. Associate Members pay TBD.
A statement of philosophy and beliefs adopted by the U.S. Junior Chamber of Commerce and JCI. The Creed was written by C. William Brownfield in 1946.
Junior Chamber International (JCI)
The worldwide Jaycee organization now operating in 90 countries.
Local Officers Training School (LOTS)
A one-day training opportunity to show new officers how to be effective in their roles.
Membership Night (M-Night)
New member open houses or opportunities for prospective members to learn about the Jaycee organization.
Passport to Leadership
A program designed to help individual members receive the benefits of their membership; a Junior Chamber career path outline. The program consists of three phases divided into ten degrees.
Project Management Guide (PMG)
A business plan that helps a project chairperson anticipate problems, make decisions, and project a budget before embarking on a certain project.
Ten Outstanding Young Americans (TOYA)
Each year, the U.S. Junior Chamber of Commerce honors 10 dynamic young Americans at an awards congress.