Welcome to the Honolulu Japanese Junior Chamber of Commerce
About the HJJCC
The Honolulu Japanese Junior Chamber of Commerce was founded in 1949 by 45 young nisei (second-generation Japanese Americans). The chapter was created to fill a void left in the American Japanese community after WWII. The organization was founded on trying to build good citizenship among our young Japanese-Americans and to provide them with a medium of training for participation in worthwhile community-wide civic projects.
The HJJCC is open to men and women of any ethnicity from ages 21 through 39. Membership provides the opportunity to:
- Develop personal and professional skills.
- Establish business contacts and professional networks.
- Participate in community service projects and social activities.
- Learn about Japanese-American culture and heritage through various programs and the Cherry Blossom Festival.
For questions or further information, please call 949-2255 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nijikai 2014 – 05/30/2014
|Enjoy an evening of entertainment, food samples from popular local eateries, hosted beverages, lucky drawing prizes, and much more.
Friday, May 30, 2014
Participating Restaurants and Beverage Vendors
Young Business Roundtable – 3/6/2014
|Aloha HJJCC Members,
You are invited to our next Young Business Roundtable event on Thursday, March 6, 2014 at 3660 on the Rise in Kaimuki. We will be having Pam Chambers, public speaker and presentation coach speak to us. She will be going over a multitude of topics that include networking tips, gaining confidence during a presentation, bringing out the best in yourself/your team, and much more.
Cost is $20 for members and $30 for non-members. Bring your friends, you won’t want to miss this wonderful opportunity!