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Do you know an outstanding young person between the age of 18 to 40 who you think deserves recognition for their achievements?
JCI Mayo and the Bank Of Ireland this week held an information evening for their Friendly Business Awards 2017 in the Bank of Ireland Castlebar. The JCI Mayo Friendly Business Awards seeks to recognise the important role played by small and medium businesses in the continuous development and improvement of our economy and local communities.
Ireland is famous all over the world for its one hundred thousand welcomes (céad míle fáilte). Galway had been named in 2015 as the world’s friendliest by US magazine Travel + Leisure. The official launch of the search for friendly businesses took place at the Startup Lab in Galway on July 13. This is the first year that the Friendly Business Awards expanded to Galway city and county.
The year 2017 sees a new exciting team at Junior Chamber International Galway. Newly elected president Dominick Whelan along with vice president Sara Gilligan, Cathal Dullea, Olivia Lavelle, and Keith Killilea, representatives of the local branch, will be representing Galway at various international events throughout Europe in 2017; from community development, international relations, as well as social and community enterprise. For the next five years, European eyes will be paying close attention to the very edge of Europe’s western edge in environment, gastronomy, and culture, as Galway becomes centre stage of Europe’s social and community epicentres.
Young people from all over the country gathered in Clontarf Castle for the ‘Ten Outstanding Young Person’ (TOYP) Awards. The TOYP Awards ceremony is a global initiative of Junior Chamber International which concentrates on formally recognising young people who are making giant strides in their chosen fields and creating positive impact on other people, their community, and society at large. The awards were the result of a nationwide campaign launched by An Taoiseach Enda Kenny early in 2016. JCI Ireland received record numbers of nominations this year, on the back of Joanne O'Riordain being listed as one of the TOYP in the World at the 2015 World Congress in Japan.
JCI Mayo in association with AIB, The Mayo Advertiser, Irish TV, Mid West Radio and Atti Designs, recently hosted the prestigious ‘Ten Outstanding Young People Awards’ (TOYP) in the Castlebar Branch of AIB.
Public speaking is one of people's biggest fears, but never fear, JCI Mayo is here to help. Whether you have a presentation coming up, need help with pitching for your business, are delivering a seminar or workshop, or are entering a public speaking competition; this public speaking event will give you practical tips, training, and expert advice.
Clayton Hotel Galway are celebrating this week having been awarded as national winners in the Disability Access category of the JCI Ireland Friendly Business Awards 2015.
Do you quake at the thought of standing up to speak in public? Do you always lose the fight? Fear not. JCI Mayo is hosting JCI Ireland for this year’s spring conference. JCI Mayo openly welcomes past members and senators, and especially members of the public.
Do you know an outstanding young person between the ages of 18 and 40 who you think deserves recognition for their achievements? Junior Chamber International (JCI) Mayo, in association with the Mayo Advertiser and AIB, is running a competition to identify those in the community who have done something remarkable. Nominations to identify these outstanding young people in Mayo are now being sought from the public.