JCI WJ Noabers - The first JCI chapter that crosses borders
noabers stands for neighbours in our dialect. our members live and work across the dutch-german border. we are a part of jci, a nonprofit organization of young active citizens age 18 to 40 who are engaged and committed to creating an impact in their communities.
jci wj noabers is a local chapter which is located in the netherlands. as a chapter, we are a member of jci the netherlands and a member of jci germany (wirtschaftsjunioren deutschland). jci wj noabers de pol 21 7581 cz losser the netherlands. e: [email protected]. members of the board 2019 president: milou vaartjes vice-president: patrick
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