March 2019 Update

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March 2019 Update

Hi Everyone,

I hope you're doing well!

Here's a quick recap on what happened in March and a preview of April events.  We hosted our networking socials, where our members had the opportunity to connect with each other and welcomed a few new faced to our community. We also volunteered at the Foodbank where we helped sort food that will help address food security to the less fortunate in our city. We kicked-off April with a new member meeting, where our new and potential members had the opportunity to learn about the incredible benefits of becoming a JCI member. Throughout April, we will be hosing a few events around learning and development, and community giving, details with registration links found below.

I look forward to meeting you, at our future events.


Selfie at the Food Bank



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Effective Speaking

Overcome your fear of public speaking, boost your self-confidence, attract new opportunities and influence others. The JCI effective speaking offers you a unique opportunity to learn, exercise and develop your public speaking abilities. This one-day weekend training opportunity is open to members and non-members – as a JCI member, this opportunity is free. Bring a friend and join us on April 27, Saturday from 9am to 5pm, lunch will be included. Get your tickets here:

The Greatest Show on Earth

Experience what JCI is all about on May 24 to 26 during our Regional convention in Cranbrook, B.C., registration is still open. Click here for the official event schedule

Upcoming Events - Don't forget to bring a friend!

As a JCI Edmonton member, you have access to travel benefits, reach out to for more information.
Our Upcoming Events


In behalf JCI Edmonton, I'd like to wish Desiree Concepcion, Garrett Robinson, Ethan Kalugin and Senator David Demian a Happy Birthday!

JCI Impact Factor

This month, we are featuring JCI Nigeria on their efforts to address indiscriminate refuse dumping and implementing efficient waste management system in their country. As a result of this project, they removed 249 tonnes of trash from the streets and drainage. Check out this short video.
The Boots on the ground program has been steadily making impact in our community by helping the homeless gain access to steel toe work boots, which they will be able to use to earn a living. We have strategically set up boxes on our designated drop off locations. Then, delivering those work boots to either the Mustard Seed or the Bissell Centre to be handed out to those in need.

If you know of a location that will help us collect and recycle usable work boots or if you would like to volunteer to help us run this program, send us an email at
Boots on the ground webpage
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