2021 JCI World Congress Full Program now Available!

2021 JCI World Congress Full Program now Available!

The 2021 Congress Organizing Committee has been hard at work ensuring that the upcoming 2021 JCI World Congress is exactly the kind of experience every enterprising young leader needs and deserves! From Tuesday 16 to Saturday 20 November, participants can look forward to an assortment of brand new programs, sessions and keynotes speakers. Here is a small taste of what some of these unique and informative sessions will be: 

  • Negotiation Skills 
  • Explosion of E-commerce [The Value of e-Commerce] 
  • Self Awareness and Empathy 
  • Collaboration Across Networks and Leading by Influence 
  • Decision-Making and Problem Solving  
Some session information may be subject to changes

And many more! And of course, we will also be having the first ever finals for Creative Young Entrepreneur (CYE) at a JCI World Congress! Here we will witness the CYE winners of the past four Area Conferences compete to see who will become CYE World Champion on 16 November, straight after the Opening Ceremony.

Hosted virtually from Johannesburg, South Africa, the 2021 JCI World Congress will of course also be full of official JCI business such as the JCI Opening Ceremony, General Assembly, Vice President Candidates Presentation and Caucus, JCI Awards Ceremony and more. 

Don’t forget, Early Bird registration for the 2021 JCI World Congress ends at 11:59 p.m. GMT on 30 September so make sure to register soon and cash in on this great early bird deal! Currently priced at 150 USD, you don’t want to miss out on those savings once it becomes available at 200 USD on 1 October. 

Want to register right away? Make sure to read our previous article about 2021 JCI World Congress registration for more information and guidance. 
Keep on the lookout for when we release more detailed descriptions for this wide variety of programs. Also, check out the official JCI 2021 World Congress website to learn more about this one-of-a-kind experience as we soon gather to “Ignite Compassion and Unite Humanity.”