To recognize former Jaycees over 40 years of age whose active
leadership qualities during their Jaycee career contributed to a
of leadership and service in their communities subsequent to their
active Jaycee years. Activities and accomplishments
must exemplify the Jaycee Creed.
Personal improvement or accomplishment.
Financial success or economic innovation.
Leadership in the fields of science, government, religion, the
arts, education, or business and professions.
Philanthropic contribution or voluntary service.
Any other important contributions to community, state, or nation.
Serves as an unselfish example of leadership and integrity worthy
of emulation by active Jaycees everywhere.
The Jaycees Hall of Leadership is located in The U.S. Junior Chamber
Archives and Exhibition Hall in Tulsa, Oklahoma. An
attractive viewing exhibit features biographical data in a permanent
A current list of members of the hall of Leadership
is also displayed here on the web site.
Inductees will be recognized in Jaycees Magazine and The U.S.
Jaycees Foundation’s newsletter. News releases will be sent to
media as specified by the inductee.
A certificate of honor is presented at the annual Hall of Leadership
ceremony held in conjunction with The U.S. Junior Chamber
Year-End Meeting. Hall of Leadership inductees or his/her
representative, if inductee is deceased, will be expected to attend
Inductees will be chosen by a review committee from nominations
submitted by any U.S. Jaycees Foundation trustee or consultant,
donor, or state/local Junior Chamber President. Nominees may be
living or deceased. Qualified nominators may submit
more than one nominee.
There is a $300 submission fee, of which $250 will be refunded if
the candidate is not selected as an honoree. Submit completed
nomination forms by May 10, 2010 to the following address:
The U.S. Jaycees Foundation Hall of Leadership Program
Chesterfield, MO 63006
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download the form.