There’s still time to register for the highlight of JCI in Europe, the JCI European Conference 2014!
Every year JCI Area Europe holds its European Conference hosted by one of the member nations. This year it is taking place in St. Julian’s, Malta and we have an exciting line up…
Experience JCI spirit during the Opening Ceremony, broaden your mind in exciting workshops, get in touch on the trade show, enjoy sightseeing tours and rock the night at the hot ‘Festa Maltjia’, the oriental ‘Turkish Night’ and a cool ‘Finlandia Night’. To close this exciting, we can expect a magnificent Awards Ceremony followed by a glittering black tie gala!
First International Event?
If you have not been to a JCI international event before there is nothing to be worried about. Monaco in 2013 was my first conference and I had an amazing time. There is a first-timers programme to welcome you and, as well as lots of other friendly members from all over the UK and Europe, both our wonderful JCI UK International Director Debbie Worthington and I will be available to answer any queries you may have.
Here are the facts
When: 11 – 15 June 14
Where: St. Julian’s, Malta
Direct flights available from Gatwick to Luqa Malta International with easyJet (currently £114).
Air Malta offers a special discount of 5% on direct flights to Malta!
Check out this link for special offers: http://www.jci-ec2014.com/special-offers/
The JCI UK delegate hotel is the George Hotel in St. Julian’s. Please note, the conference committee has reserved only a limited number of rooms for JCI and quotes €176 per room per night for sharers.
I am pleased to confirm that Southampton already has five members who are booked in to attend including our 2014 President, Max K-Thompson.
Please contact me if you have any queries (no matter how silly or trivial you think the question is). Also, if you are planning on attending and are looking for a room-mate to share hotel costs and transport with please get in touch.
See you in Malta!!
2014 JCI Southampton International Director
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This post was written by Joy Trewin