Recognition programs are a fundamental part of the Jaycee movement. Individuals and chapters are recognized for their activities and accomplishments in their communities as well as personal and professional development.
Recognizing the work of the members of your chapter is important and can be as simple as a thank you note or writing a letter to their employer after a job well done as a project chair. Recognizing the work of your members can also take a more public form- submitting them for awards at the state and national level.
JCI Minnesota has a robust member recognition program that includes both individual member achievements AND chapter-wide achievements. Awards and other special recognition are given at each of our major conventions each year. JCI Minnesota also uses incentives to motivate chapters and individuals to accomplish great things in their community.