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JCI PROJECTS

Junior Chamber is a "Learning by Doing" organisation.

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Ten Outstanding Young Persons

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Highlighting the accomplishments of these young active citizens in a variety of fields inspires us to be better and realize our full potential as active citizens.


So what are the TOYP Awards?

The TOYP (Ten Outstanding Young Persons) Awards serves to formally recognise young people who excel in their chosen fields and exemplify the best attributes of our local young people. They can be nominated under 10 categories:

  • Business, economic, and/or entrepreneurial accomplishment
  • Political, legal, and/or governmental affairs
  • Academic leadership and/or accomplishment
  • Cultural achievement
  • Moral and/or environmental leadership
  • Contribution to children, world peace, and/or human rights
  • Humanitarian and/or voluntary leadership
  • Scientific and/or technological development
  • Personal improvement and/or accomplishment
  • Medical innovation

 

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TOYP Winners for 2017

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Back row, L-R: Declan J Gardiner, Luke Morgan, Eddie Connolly, Doug Leddin, Richie Commins, Michael Ward. Front Row, L-R: Emma O'Sullivan, Katie Coughlan, Evelyn Burke. 10th Winner missing from photo Aoibheann O'Brien


JCI Galway TOYP 2017 Team

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Thank you to our wonderful Judges and Sponsors and the JCI Galway Team
Back Row L-R: Sinéad Mheallaigh, Cathal Dullea, Brian Travers, Deirdre Costello, Olivia Lavelle, Daniel Kirby, Mairt McDonagh, Paola Cota Almeida. Front Row: Sara Gilligan TOYP Organiser & JCI Galway Deputy President Dominick Whelan JCI Galway President


TOYP Winners for 2016

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"The TOYP program serves to formally recognize young people who excel in their chosen fields and exemplify the best attributes of the world's young people."


Dominick Whelan - JCI Galway President 2017


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JCI Galway TOYP 2017 Photos

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JCI Galway TOYP 2017 Winners



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JCI Galway

Eddie Connolly

Humanitarian and/or Voluntary Leadership

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Emma O’Sullivan

Cultural Achievement

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Luke Morgan

Cultural Achievement

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Katie Coughlan

Contribution to Children, World Peace, and/or Human Rights

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Evelyn Burke

Contribution to Children, World Peace, and/or Human Rights

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Declan J Gardiner

Academic Leadership and/or Accomplishment