United States Junior Chamber

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United States Junior Chamber

An organization in the United States that promotes business leadership in persons between the ages of 18 and 41, who are informally called Jaycees, after the pronunciation of the initials of "Junior Chamber." The Junior Chamber helps members develop management skills and training and encourages community service. Jaycees also advocate before the U.S. government. The organization was established in 1920 and is based in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
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He was also active with the Jaycee's of Worcester and the U.S. Junior Chamber. When his children were young, he coached Little League in Sterling and sponsored the first season of Sterling's Lassie League.
With help from Phillips, the U.S. Junior Chamber of Commerce and Project Learning Tree, a national environmental education organization, are forging a new partnership to address community environmental needs.
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