Local Junior Representatives

Two people are behind the Junior Branch of CISV QC: the Senior LJR and the Junior LJR.
Click on their names to get to know them better.

Frequently Asked Questions

What’s an LJR?

LJR stands for Local Junior Representative. This person heads the JB of a Chapter. In the Philippines, most people call it the “JB Head” but as of the National Junior Branch Conference (NJBC) in 2011, we’ve decided to adopt the term “Local Junior Representative”, which is the term JBs all over the world use.

What’s a JB Liason?

A JB Liason is the adult who advises the Local Junior Representatives and serves as a bridge between the Junior Branch and the QC Chapter Board. The JB Liason works closely with the LJRs in strategising and planning activities!