The Statesboro Jaycees is the local chapter for JCI USA, an organization made up of young professionals, ages 21-40, who work together to make a difference within their communities. Our local chapter offer programs and projects that provide individuals with a unique opportunity to better themselves and their community, all while meeting new people!
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Why join the Statesboro Jaycees?
If you are between the ages of 21 – 40, and would like to learn more about the Statesboro Jaycees, we would love to have you join us for one of our monthly meetings! We meet on the second Tuesday of each month at 6pm in the back room at the Statesboro Millhouse.
Make deep & meaningful connections.
Build your leadership skills.
Enjoy travel and new experiences.
Receive world-class training.
Jaycees Night Out
A good time for a good cause.
Jaycees Night Out is a fundraising event the the Statesboro Jaycees host twice a year, one in January and one in August. It’s a good time for a good cause, and the proceeds for each JNO benefits a local non-profit organization.
Every year, the Statesboro Jaycees participate in Statesboro/Bulloch Relay for Life. Relay for Life is the signature fundraiser for the American Cancer Society. Participants form "teams" for the event, and during the event, each team has at least one...read more
The Statesboro Jaycees were honored to host the Georgia Jaycees Convention, January 19th & 20th, 2019. The annual convention is a weekend filled with valuable leadership training from JCI Deputy National President, Justin Wutzke. Chapter leaders from all over to...read more
I saw the Jaycees in our community making a difference locally and they always seemed to have such a fun time. I wanted to be part of the great work they were doing. Joining our chapter has been one of the best decisions I’ve ever made.- Hugh Mays
I joined the Jaycees because we have a great group of people, that are not only incredibly welcoming, but also truly exemplify the qualities of being a servant leader. The Statesboro Jaycees have helped me get more involved in our community, and the activities stay focused on the “greater good” for our community. The Jaycees have opened doors for me, both professionally and personally, and helped me become a better steward for our community.- Sharon Persinger
I joined because I really wanted to get involved in the community and make a difference with like-minded individuals. I have truly enjoyed my time as a Jaycee and have made so many new friends. We have a lot of fun together while serving our community.- Breanna Haydon