Membership in the organization is on a local basis. Membership in a local chapter also entitles you to state membership, membership in the U.S. Junior Chamber and Junior Chamber International. Dues for membership into the organization are also on a local basis and vary from chapter to chapter.
Members are encouraged to get involved with local projects. Members are also encouraged to develop their leadership skills by taking on a position in the management of the chapter. That leadership development can even be taken further to managing the state, national, and international organization.
Although there are numerous intangible benefits to membership in the organization, there are some concrete and tangible benefits as well.
To learn more about getting involved with this organization, determine if there is a chapter in your community here. If there is not, contact our Membership Vice President, who can help you find the closest one to you or help you in starting one for your city.