Junior Chamber International
‘Women should endeavour to work extra hard, society doesn't always give us equal chance’
Adetola Juyitan is an entrepreneur, ex-banker and current national president of Junior Chamber International (JCI). A graduate of accounting from the Ekiti State University and bagging an MBA from Lincoln University, she is a recipient of several awards and has spoken at several national and international events.
Stakeholders canvass equitable access to learning for youths
The need to tackle the problem of inclusiveness and access to quality education for Nigerian youths was the crux of discourse at the youth conference organised by Junior Chamber International (JCI) Nigeria, in commemoration of the 2019 International Youth Day.
JCI Nigeria reiterates commitment to youth empowerment
The President of Junior Chamber International (JCI) Nigeria, Adetola Juyitan, has proposed to partner with like-groups to push the limit of youth empowerment and development. Juyitan said this recently in Lagos while giving an account of the stewardship of JCI Nigeria in the last six months.
JCI’s TOYP to honour youths for better leadership
Junior Chamber International (JCI) Nigeria has said its Ten Outstanding Young Persons (TOYP) have disclosed plans to honour young people to be better leaders and create better societies.
NAPTIP, JCI take fight against child labour, trafficking to schools
The Junior Chamber International (JCI) in partnership with the National Agency for Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons, (NAPTIP), yesterday organised a school debate to create awareness on the dangers of child-labour and human-trafficking. National President of JCI Nigeria, Rasheed Balogun, said the discuss, tagged: ‘GWO Shoaga Secondary Schools Debate,’ was organised to bring to limelight…
‘We will lead that active engagement that would envision Nigeria in 2030’
After acquiring a Higher National Diploma in Accounting and later a Post Graduate Diploma in Management, Adeniyi R. Balogun joined Guinness Nigeria in 2004 where he worked across Customer Service and Sales functions.
Search for JCI 10 outstanding young persons continues
The search for this year’s edition of the Junior Chamber International 10 Outstanding Young Persons (JCI TOYP) of Nigeria Programme has already begun with nomination expected to end on January 31, 2018. The initiative is to recognize young people who excel in their chosen fields and create positive change. The award seeks to recognize outstanding…
JCI promotes public speaking in schools
In line with the Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) Agenda 2030 on education, Junior Chamber International (JCI), Lagos city recently held a public speaking competition among some secondary schools in the state to sharpen and develop their skills.
At JCI, we train youths to own their future, says Babatunde
It is a very robust organisation that helps young people become active in their society. We also develop skills at JCI, the knowledge and understanding to make informed decisions and take action.