JCI Rotherham and what we do

Aged 18-40? JCI is the organisation for your, our aim to provide development opportunities through community work, training, business, social and international opportunities, and you can join for only £10 per month. 

Junior Chamber International (JCI) is a global network for young people in their 20s and 30s.  Our aim is provide development opportunities to people between the ages of 18 & 40 to allow them to create positive change in their local communities.

Currently JCI is present in more than 100 countries and has almost 250,000 members across the world. Meeting on a regular basis for fun and friendship, we run many inspiring events and projects with our members.

Past members of JCI include Kofi Annan, Bill Clinton and Bill Gates.

JCI Rotherham was added to this network in 1955 and had a strong base in the community until 2001. With a renewed focus and new energy 2014 saw the current team Relaunch the chamber.

In Rotherham the chamber is growing in strength and number by the day.  The theme of JCI Rotherham in 2015 is 'Try Something New'. We aim to help members to try something new this year with the help of JCI, whether that is training, business, social, community or international.


Our five programs are:


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Training - increase your confidence in public speaking and debating as well as other areas like team building, leadership, marketing and loads more! Training is free for all members

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Business - networking with other young professionals and get private tours of businesses in Rotherham to learn how they effect the town and it's community.

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Social - make new friends, have fun, get to know our members, try something new and 'come dine with us'.

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International - we are part of a local, regional, national and international organisation, connect with, meet and travel with the 200,000 members around the world.

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Community - support your local community and charitable projects. We find ways to support our local community through volunteering, fundraising and knowledge exchanges.