IYC12 - Creation Starting Up of Clubs


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IYC12 - Creation Starting Up of Clubs

  2. 2. It means giving your time, talent and treasure without expecting anything in return. IYC Stavanger 2012 2
  3. 3. 1. Personal development & growth2. Opportunities to Learn & develop leadership3. Entertainment4. Network development5. Fellowship , Fun & Friendship (F3)6. Community service7. Development of ethics8. Cultural awareness & acquisition of a global perspective9. Opportunity to serve10. Travel & Exposure IYC Stavanger 2012 3
  4. 4. Sources for members•Internal - universities, family, friends, neighbors.•External - organized gatherings, work place, referrals,Religious institutions.Membership recruitment cyclePerspective prospect potential member Diehard member.Signs of quality Members-Integrity. -active/ proactive-Responsible. - People with new ideas-Truthful. -community service orientedI.Y.C. Presentation IYC Stavanger 2012 4
  5. 5.  The YYC Charter Document was prepared by delegates during the 2006 International Youth Convocation in Busan, Korea and presented to ICM 06 The document contained different motions and was unanimously received and endorsed by ICM. This decision led to the adoption of several new procedures, notably, the Charter Procedures for the formation of new Y‟s Youth Clubs. IYC Stavanger 2012 5
  6. 6.  The YYC is a Club recognized officially by YMI as a partner and as a related group collaborating with YMI it‟s not a Y‟s Men‟s MEMBERSHIP OF Y‟S YOUTH CLUB • The YYC is open to male and female members between 15 and 30 years of age STATUS IN THE YMI• The YYC is a part of the YMI organization and the YYC Club President and representatives have the right and duty to attend District and Regional meetings. Accordingly, the same right and duty applies to Area and International Youth Representatives in accordance with Area and IHQ office IYC Stavanger 2012 6
  7. 7.  The YYC is encouraged to support the YMCA or work with the YMCA based on the partnership of the Y‟s Men‟s Club and the local YMCA. YYC activities will not conflict with any YMCA programme.DUES PAYMENT No dues are to be collected by Y‟s Men International Area, Region or District levels. NAME OF THE CLUB Y‟S Youth Club Y‟s Youth Service Junior Y‟s Men‟s (or without Men‟s) IYC Stavanger 2012 7
  8. 8. SECTION 1: The Purpose of the Club “A „Y‟s Youth Club‟ (hereinafter “YYC”) is a part of the International Association of Y‟s Men‟s Clubs which is a worldwide fellowship of persons of all faiths working together in mutual respect and affection, based on the teachings of Jesus Christ, and with a common loyalty to the Young Men‟s Christian Association, striving through active service to develop , encourage and provide leadership to build a better world for all people” IYC Stavanger 2012 8
  9. 9. SECTION 2: The Objectives of the Club To encourage youth to promote the high ideals of service of the YMCA and to involve themselves actively in service activities to the YMCA and community with YMI. Enriching the collaboration and partnership of the YMCA and Y‟s Men International To facilitate the transition of young people to Y‟s Men‟s Clubs. To engage the energies of the youth productively and channel such to community relevance. IYC Stavanger 2012 9
  10. 10.  To provide opportunities for personal development of members. To enhance the concept that YMI is a family-oriented movement. To cultivate good fellowship among members To teach, by active participation, that fulfillment is part of volunteer service IYC Stavanger 2012 10
  11. 11. The Objectives of the Club (contd) To encourage justice in civic and international affairs, abstaining always from party politics To keep members informed and actively involved in religious, civic, economic, social and international matters. To develop tomorrow‟s leadership To promote youth service for world peace. IYC Stavanger 2012 11
  12. 12. Y‟s Youth Clubs: Major Highlights The ASD Youth Involvement and Activities is responsible for receiving, checking and endorsing all Charter applications from their Area and sending them to the Youth Intern at IHQ. The Y‟s Youth Club Charter Certificate is issued to the Club endorsed by the International Youth Representative (IYR), Youth Intern and ISD YIA. The guidelines and procedures not only apply to the formation of all new Y‟s Youth Clubs but also to Clubs that already exist but not yet officially chartered and recorded at IHQ. IYC Stavanger 2012 12
  13. 13. Y‟s Youth Clubs: Major Highlights (contd) The new process will allow the Youth Intern to begin collecting Youth Involvement statistics and will assist with better communication and planning. Youth Clubs are exempt from all dues YYCs are open to members aged 15-30 years old. A Y‟s Youth Club does not have voting rights in International elections IYC Stavanger 2012 13
  14. 14.  Under the “Family membership” scheme, youth members 18-25 years who belong to their parent(s)‟ Clubs pay 50% International Dues Such youths are included in the official number of members in the Club (1st April & 1st October RD Membership Report). Youth members below 18 years who belong to their parent(s) Club do not pay any International Dues. Such members are not included in the official number of members of the Club IYC Stavanger 2012 14
  15. 15.  Youth members in a Club pay 100% Dues if these youth members do not fall under the “Family Membership” scheme. Youths not under the “Family Membership” scheme are those who do not have any parent(s) in the Club. If a Y‟s Men‟s Club is made up of young members (no parents in the Club), these young members pay 100% International Dues. Note the difference between a Y‟s Youth Club and a Young Y‟s Men‟s Club IYC Stavanger 2012 15
  16. 16. Below are the procedures to be followed whenapplying for the charter of a new Y‟s Youth Club.Applications for a new Club should be directed tothe Area Service Director for Youth Involvementand Activities (hereinafter “ASD YIA”) who shall beresponsible for endorsing the charter application.Youth Intern shall be responsible for acceptingthe application at IHQ. IYC Stavanger 2012 16
  17. 17.  The new Club applies for charter to the ASD YIA using the YYC “Charter Application” form and YYC “Charter Checklist”. The ASD YIA checks the Charter Application, following the YYC “Charter Checklist” and sends it with the necessary documents to the Youth Intern at IHQ. The date this documentation from the ASD YIA is received at IHQ becomes the YYC Charter Application Date, which is written into the text of the YYC Charter certificate. IYC Stavanger 2012 17
  18. 18.  After ensuring that the documentation fulfils all necessary requirements (which should already have been checked by the ASD YIA), the Youth Intern prepares the YYC Charter certificate. The certificate is signed by the International Youth Representative (IYR), the Youth Intern (YI) and the International Service Director for Youth Involvement and Activities (ISD YIA). IHQ sends the Charter certificate (as indicated on the YYC Charter Check List) so that it arrives in time for the “YYC Charter Presentation Date” (“YYC Charter Date”). On this day, the Charter is handed over to the new Y‟s Youth Club, usually during a special celebration, with the ASD YIA handing over the Charter if possible. IYC Stavanger 2012 18
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  20. 20.  To be an Idealist To be loyal to the YMCA To be world-minded To be enthusiastically active A good Leader “To acknowledge the duty that accompanies every right” IYC Stavanger 2012 20
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