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A premier young professional organization

JCI Honolulu is a nonprofit organization of young active citizens age 18 to 40 who are engaged and committed to creating impact in their communities. The diverse experience of our members and advisors enables us to be involved in nearly every aspect of Hawaii’s community, political, and economic landscape. We’ve successfully managed many events and advised members on how to lead them.

Projects such as the Aeronautical Engineering and Robotics (AERo), a next generation STEM based program utilizing quadcopter technology and drone racing, and being a participating vendor in the Noodle Festival hosted by Sun Noodle are a couple of the notable events for the chapter.

JCI Honolulu (formerly the Asian-American Junior Chamber of Commerce), founded by Senator Tyler Hiranaka in 2015, is a nonprofit organization of young active citizens ages 18–40 who are engaged and committed to creating impact in their communities. A relatively new chapter among the five other local chapters in the state of Hawaii, JCI Honolulu has established their own community and projects for the chapter within the last five years.