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Jayteens (Junior Chamber Youth) Passport to Civic Leadership
This program is geared towards Junior Jaycees ages 13-20, whether they are a member of an actual Jayteens Chapter or not. Complete 3 items not previously completed in a prior degree, and submit community hours to receive a certificate for completion of one degree. Do this for all 10 degrees. After you complete all 30 items you will receive a pin for being a 10th degree Junior Chamber Youth. This requires a Community Service Verification Form, which is included on the next page.
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Community Service Hours Completed
Chapter President's Name
Degree(s) Attained this Trimester (select all that apply)
Complete at least 3 tasks for each degree achieved. They must be tasks you have not already completed and submitted for previous degrees.
1. Attend a chapter project where you learn something new.
2. Attend a chapter project that helps the community.
3. Attend a project that raises money for the chapter.
4. Attend a chapter social.
5. Participate in a Jaycees project (rather than just attend).
6. Participate in a Local or State Jayteens competition.
7. Volunteer in a local community Event or Project (Non-Jaycee Related)
8. Serve on a chapter project committee.
9. Teach a friend how to play your favorite game, sport or hobby.
10. Speak with your Principal or Vice-Principal regarding things that your chapter can work on to improve your school.
11. Create a project based on the above meeting.
12. Read to a child or group of children.
13. Learn how to play a new game, sport, or hobby.
14. Read a book based on leadership.
15. Give brief verbal overview of the book based on leadership to your Jaycees or Jayteens Chapter.
16. Learn to recite the Junior Chamber (Jaycee) Creed.
17. Serve on the committee for a project for your Jayteens chapter.
18. Chair or Co-Chair a project for your Jayteens chapter.
19. Visit another Jaycee Chapter.
20. Bring a new friend (non-member) to a Jayteens project.
21. Plan a project that includes at least one other club at your school.
22. Contact or correspond with a Jayteen from another chapter.
23. Contact or correspond with another youth from outside the United States.
24. Call, write a letter or send an email to the JCI Michigan Programming Vice President sharing your idea of active citizenship.
25. Write an article for your chapter’s newsletter
26. Write and submit a project recap for a project you attended, chaired, or co-chaired.
27. Serve as a mentor for either a newer member or someone outside of your chapter
28. Attend a State conference.
29. Meet with a member of your local Jaycees chapter board.
30. Attend a city council or Chamber of Commerce meeting to find out what is going on in your community.
31. Did you do something else that was awesome? Write it here
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