Launched last November 10, 2018, here are 3 things that you should know about JCI Lipa’s newest program, GINTO

 Ginto1.      This is the first flagship training series by JCI Lipa.

JCI Lipa believes in the organization’s advocacy to provide skills development training to its members and now on its 50th year, JCI Lipa has officially launched GINTO. GINTO’s main goal is to create impact to members by giving opportunities for learning and development that will eventually help them share these learnings outside the organization—whether in the community, in their own careers and in their personal life as well. The chapter has prepared trainings all year-round, focusing on cultivating the members. This is the first program of JCI Lipa that is focused on training and development.

2.  GINTO oGinto Launching-2ffers both internal and external trainings to its members—fostering growth for its members and impact to the community.

Since the official launch of GINTO, there were already 3 trainings conducted and hosted by JCI Lipa. We had the (OTI) Opportunity to Impact for New Members’ Orientation last November 10  with 2007 President Concon Hernandez-Beloso as speaker, JCI Achieve & Impact last November 11 by JCI Binan 2017 President Mark Sigue, and Admin training for current and aspiring BOD held last November 24 by 2014 President Melvin Dimaculangan. Aside from JCI’s official and non-official courses, GINTO also aims to offer trainings tailor fitted to the needs of the members. Series of trainings are scheduled in the next couple of months with topics on creativity and design, agriculture, and business management and more as the year progresses.

3.  Ginto LaunchingHeaded by skilled and experienced trainers, GINTO aims to share our trainings beyond the local chapter’s members.

GINTO has internal trainers composed of past and current members of the board who have undergone series of trainings as pre-requisite to each of the official courses.

JCI Lipa’s members are known for their field and are often invited by other chapters to train. Just recently, our very own 2016 RVP Aysa Manalo was invited to train OTI for JCI Sto Tomas. 2018 Director for Community Gerald Deuda was also invited by JCI Candon Gold Leaf to speak about Effective Communication. Last December 2 during STR’s 1st Regional Training, 2018 President JR Mitra headed Achieving Platinum in JCIPEA and 2013 NEVP Mark Manalo for Parliamentary Procedures.

Staying true to our mission of creating positive change through development opportunities, we are extending the trainings not only within members of JCI but also to the community. Even though GINTO is a program under individualism, trainings may fall under community projects with lectures and trainings focused on improving the well-being of members of the community.

 It’s only the beginning of 2019 yet exciting times await for JCI Lipa.