The JCI Malta Awards
JCI Malta would not exist without the help of its phenomenal members, Local Organisations, partners and senators. This is why JCI Malta launched 10 awards that recognise the most hardworking contributors to the organisation. The JCI Malta Awards are awarded based on the votes from JCI Malta members. The JCI Malta Awards were established in 2020.
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About The JCI Malta Awards
JCI Malta was established back in 1994, and it wouldn’t be where it is today without the help and support of hundreds of people that have encouraged it to grow and prosper along the way. In 2020, JCI Malta introduced 10 JCI Malta Awards to recognise the work of, and thank JCI Malta Local Organisations, National Board Members, Local Presidents, Corporate Partners, Senators and Outstanding Members.
JCI Malta works in order to provide young people with opportunities whereby they create positive change, and in order to do this, you need to be a well rounded leader. Receiving such awards will hopefully encourage all contributors to JCI Malta and show them that their work is recognised and appreciated by their JCI Malta counterparts. Some award winners will also be nominated for JCI awards at the annual JCI European Conference, and the JCI World Congress.
2020 jci malta awards winners
Programs run by JCI Local Organisations that further the JCI Mission by creating development opportunities for youth and developing the skills of
JCI Local Organisations benefit from collaborating with members of other JCI Organisations and can increase their impact by working together.
A JCI Local President that held office during the eligible timeframe that served as an exceptional leader in the organisation and their community.
- Nominees must be paid-up and valid JCI Malta members between the ages of 18 and 40.
- The nominee must be a native-born or naturalised citizen of the nation from which the nomination originates, or must have applied for citizenship by January 1 of the preceding year.
- Nominees must be willing to promote the ideals of JCI for the year after winning the award.
- The same person may be nominated for more than 1 category.