WELCOME TO THE SEATTLE JAYCEES
The Seattle Jaycees is a professional and personal development organization which provides young people with leadership and management training through community service and individual development. We are devoted to community and individual involvement.
More than a service organization, Jaycees offers men and women ages 18 to 40 the opportunity for skill building and the satisfaction of helping and being part of a team. Members can reach their fullest potential at home, at work, and as concerned contributors to their community. They make contacts that open doors for more successful careers and the friendships developed last a lifetime. Many find the time they spent involved in Jaycee projects to be the most satisfying of their lives. Jaycee programs and projects are designed to benefit the individual member and the community. Both prosper because Jaycee activities bring about an improved quality of life for everyone involved.
USJC's Vision Statement: "To be the leading global network of active young citizens."
USJC's Mission Statement: "To provide development opportunities that empower young people to create positive change."
Come join the Seattle Jaycees at our
Date: April 14th
Location: New York Pizza & Bar
500 Mercer St, Seattle
We will be discussing upcoming projects, and community events!!
We will be giving members and prospective members a chance
to give their input on projects or events they would like to see
the Seattle Jaycees do throughout 2014. Come out and have
CURRENT AND FUTURE PROJECTS
GAI (Great American Institute) Meeting
Date and Location: March 14th-16th
Las Vegas, NV
Music Works Dinner Auction
Date and Location: April 12th
Hilton Hotel Downtown Bellevue
UW Relay for Life
Date and Location: May 10th-11th
University of Washington
Charter Boat Fishing
Date and Location: July 19th
On June 8, 2013, at the Doubletree Seattle Airport Hotel in Seattle, the Ten Outstanding Young American (TOYA) awards were presented at the United States Jaycees National Convention (hosted by the Seattle Jaycees). One of those honorees, Beau Davidson recently visited Elvis Presely's Graceland. The recording artist/songwriter took some time to talk about Elvis' influence on him, his favorite Elvis songs, the authentic sound of early rock and what receiving the TOYA award means to him. Please click here to view the video!!
The Seattle Jaycees were spotlighted in the American Cancer Society's "College To Community" Spring newsletter article!! Please click here to read the newsletter, the article is on page three.
The Seattle Jaycees participated at the the University of Washington Relay for Life on April 27th :) If you would still like to donate, please click on the following the link. Our Team Name is the Seattle Jaycees. Our Team Captain this year was Tara Winkler. If you have any questions about the event or how to participate next year, please contact her by clicking here.
The Seattle Jaycees are happy to have sponsored the Music Works 2013 Rhythm & Hues Benefit Auction on April 13th.