JCI Malta sets out plan for 2020

JCI 2020 group. (source: JCI Malta)

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Junior Chamber International (JCI) Malta’s National Board 2020 set out its vision for the coming year during its recent Planning Weekend. JCI is before a busy year: it will be organising a Debating League a series of Train your Brain sessions, and a National Convention in September welcoming international members.

JCI Malta will be hosting a string of events under its three Local Organisations, namely JCI La Vallette (Business), JCI Wignacourt (Social), and JCI Public Speaking & Debating, with the aim of building positive platforms for social reforms.

By engaging local and international speakers, JCI Malta will be providing training in public speaking, leadership skills, and management techniques for young professionals looking to hone their abilities and extend their network.

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“Our 2020 vision incorporates positive changes for individuals and companies who truly want to drive growth. We offer leadership-making opportunities to anyone aged between 18 and 40 who would like to develop their professional and personal skills in a safe space with like-minded people, and we encourage people to join JCI Malta and become active members in the organisation,” said Markus Behmann, JCI Malta President for 2020, during the JCI Malta Planning Weekend held at The Victoria Palace Hotel in Sliema.

“This year we are also seeking corporate partnerships whereby companies can partner with JCI Malta and nominate a member of staff to become a JCI Malta member and benefit from training sessions and conferences both locally and internationally,” added Mr Behmann.

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JCI Malta provides young professionals with the opportunity to develop into future leaders and create positive change. All JCI Malta events are open to members and the general public upon registration.

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