Junior Chamber International, commonly referred to as JCI, is a non-profit international non-governmental organization of young people between 18 and 40 years old. We have members in about 124 countries, and regional or national organizations in most of them.
The first local Junior Chamber chapter was founded in 1915, but the international umbrella organization Junior Chamber International (JCI) was founded in Mexico in 1944.
JCI Finland. The Finnish Chamber of Commerce was established in 1957. There are thousands of members in Finland (including honorary members, prospective members and senators). JCI Finland (Suomen Nuorkauppakamarit Ry) oversees the activities in all the local chapters across the country, organizes national awards and conferences, manages the national presence of JCI Finland in the world.
Region C. Chapters in JCI Finland are divided into groups (A, B, C, D) according to the geographical area. Our chapter belongs to Region C with 18 other chapters.
Hidden Gems is the first initiative in Finland to support dual-career spouses
The Hidden Gems project aims to facilitate the employment and full integration of the spouses into the Finnish society.
Hidden Gems promotes the growth and internationalization by enabling local companies to tap into the “hidden” expertise of international spouses.
The headquarters is in the Platform6 startup house at Åkerlundinkatu 8 on the 5th floor.