I look forward to the coming year and all that it brings. My theme this year is Belief, Service and Brotherhood. Belief is about our ever growing faith in each of our own God, belief in the Jaycee movement and believing in each other as Senators. Service is the fact that we can still be involved in our own communities. Let us take the leadership skills that we gained in Jaycees and were awarded a senatorship for and continue to be active citizens. Most importantly we must recognize that brotherhood of man is the reason we still come together in our individual states and as a national organization. The friendships we make in the senate are for life and we can take those friendships around the world. 

Jim Mammen 

45th President United States JCI Senate 

Belief Service Brotherhood

 

 

 

The United States JCI Senate is an independent organization, with its own constitution and bylaws, associated with the United States Junior Chamber and Junior Chamber International. The US JCI Senate consists of over 7,800 members throughout 50 states and the District of Columbia. The purposes of the Senate include:

  • Assisting and mentoring Jaycees.
  • Supporting the US JCI Senate Foundation in bestowing college scholarships to graduating seniors.
  • Promoting fellowship among its members.

A Senatorship is the highest international honor that can be given to a Jaycee. Only 1 out of 1,000 Jaycees becomes a Senator.