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The Greensboro Junior Chamber of Commerce or “Greensboro Jaycees” is an organization for young adults between the ages of 21 and 40 who seek to become active citizens. We become active citizens by partnering with local community leaders and organizations to participate in activities that address community needs.
Our major areas of community involvement include the following: improvement of health and safety, conservation, city beautification, promotion of patriotism, and leadership training for young professionals and entrepreneurs. The training of future community leaders is an important function of the organization. Civic leaders are invited to speak at meetings, after which group discussions take place. A speaker’s training committee conducts a program designed to teach techniques of effective public speaking, and there is training in the rules of parliamentary procedure.
The Greensboro Jaycees are affiliates of the North Carolina Jaycees and the Junior Chamber International or “JCI”. JCI is a world-wide nonprofit organization of young active citizens age 18 to 40 who are engaged and committed to creating impact in their communities.
The Jaycees organize a spring Cornhole Tournament for Make-A-Wish® Central & Western North Carolina.
The Jaycees serve dinner at Urban Ministries on the second Tuesday of every even numbered month!
The Jaycees present the Taste Carolina Wine Festival! Come out for music, fun, and local wine!
Brandon has been a member of the Greensboro Jaycees for 5 years. Q&A with Brandon What made you join the Greensboro Jaycees? I wanted to…more...
Sam has been a member of the Greensboro Jaycees since March 2018. Q&A with Sam What made you join the Greensboro Jaycees? "Joining the Jaycees…more...
For the 2018-2019 Academic Year, the Jaycees have provided $7,500 in support to Junior Achievement of the Triad. They were also present at their annual…more...