Jollibee Mini Managers Camp – A Week Full Of Fun For Jolly Kiddie Club (JKC) Members

Posted on Aug 3 2016 - 2:54am by Lanie

Brothers Tyler and Tyreke Ang had a fun idea last summer: both signed up as kiddie managers at their favorite jolly place, Jollibee.

“I love going to Jollibee because every visit brings happy memories. So my brother and I wanted to experience what it was like working there. And we did last summer,” said 8-year-old Tyler.

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Tyler was talking about the Jollibee Mini Managers Camp, where members of the Jolly Kiddie Club (JKC) enjoyed a week of fun activities involving art, storytelling, kitchen work and of course, being little managers of the store complete with their manager’s uniform. The kids manned the 300 participating Jollibee branches nationwide.

JKC staff helps mini managers to do their drawing taskblogBesides learning, the camp also taught mini managers the value of friendship and camaraderie

Starting fresh on their roles, the energetic brothers got to know their way around the store during the first day. Hearing the humble beginnings of Jollibee and how a certain Mister Tony turned it to become the country’s iconic fast food chain gave a jolt of inspiration to the young managers to do well in their new role.

“I loved greeting everyone ‘Jolly morning! Welcome to Jollibee!’” said 4-year-old Tyreke, who also got awarded as “Most Bubbly” in his group.

Tyler said he enjoyed learning kitchen tricks like how to make his favorite yummy burger, including a proper way to wrap burgers.

Of course, nobody went home without learning impressive dance moves from their favorite mascot, Jollibee. Both kids discovered their love for dancing, thanks to their beloved bee.

From the kitchen work to greeting people and showing off groovy dance skills at fun parties, the kiddie managers saw everyone in the team giving their best so kids and families are assured of a jolly dining experience.

“My mom told me being a manager is more than a title. It means taking care of people and appreciating everyone for doing a good job,” said Tyler.

From his own experience, Tyler said a manager is humble, a good listener and also helps create a spirit of fun in the jolly workplace.

“I learned from the camp that a manager’s job means taking care of the team and the customers, showing respect to everyone and being friendly. I think it also pays to be thankful to people for doing their best in their jobs,” said Tyler.

Summer sure is over but the kiddie managers said they would both practice the lessons they learned at the Jollibee camp and apply it in school and at home.

“Spending summer at Jollibee was more than fun. It inspired us to be better,” said Tyler.

If your kids are not JKC members yet, just visit a Jollibee store to register.

16 Comments so far. Feel free to join this conversation.

  1. Heart Calimlim2016/08/15 at 1:30 am - Reply

    Too sad I was not able to register my kids on this work shop, looks like it was really fun and children learn from it as well. Sana next time maka join na kami. 🙂

  2. Coi2016/08/15 at 2:15 am - Reply

    Looks fun talaga! Kids would definitely enjoy and learn a lot as well!

  3. Michi2016/08/15 at 3:29 am - Reply

    I wanted to enroll my son here last summer, ang cute ng uniform. Yun lang ayaw ng anak ko. 🙁

  4. Berlin2016/08/15 at 11:56 am - Reply

    Such a nice way to keep the kids productive every summer. Too bad we werent able to join. I love the uniform pa naman. Ihihi.

  5. Mamabel2016/08/15 at 12:33 pm - Reply

    I want my toddler to join too, kaso halatang hindi pa puede ang anak ko hahaha! Maybe in 2 years :))

  6. Jerzee Benavente2016/08/15 at 1:16 pm - Reply

    Great event! I like what the kids learned at the Jollibee Camp. I like it that at a young age they know what managers should be like. Hopefully, next time my bunso can join, too.

  7. Angel Caronongan-Enero2016/08/15 at 1:20 pm - Reply

    Wow! My little one loves Jollibee, she’s just 14 months old but whenever she see’s Jollibee she’s clapping her hands. I can wait for her to grow and enjoy such wonderful event.

  8. Nilyn Matugas2016/08/15 at 10:50 pm - Reply

    Wow! Lovely event! I hope my son can also join when he’s older.

  9. Josephine2016/08/16 at 1:29 am - Reply

    Both my daughters, together with their cousins joined the Jollibee camp last summer 2015, and they really enjoyed it. However, this year, we were not able to sign them because the Jollibee store near us did not participated this year. Sad. Hopefully next summer, they can join again. 🙂

  10. Ma.Me.Mi.Mommy2016/08/16 at 6:08 am - Reply

    We’ve tried the McDo one before so this is next on our list. Too bad though that there’s no Jollibee within walking distance from us.

  11. Maan2016/08/16 at 8:55 am - Reply

    We love Jollibee and I was so excited when I heard about their Mini Managers camp! We’re looking forward to joining next year.

  12. Janice2016/08/16 at 1:16 pm - Reply

    I wanted my son to join this program last summer but he had other stuff already going on. Maybe he’ll try it next summer na lang. 🙂 Looks fun!

  13. Joy2016/08/16 at 1:39 pm - Reply

    What a great way to teach to young kids about responsibility. I’m sure the kids won’t forget what they learned from their experience because it was meaningful for them. Thank you for sharing! 🙂

  14. Nhessie2016/08/16 at 3:04 pm - Reply

    Wow! My niece would’ve loved being part of this. Too bad we didn’t get to join. I like the initiative to teach kids responsibility at a young age!

  15. RJ Dancel2016/08/17 at 6:04 am - Reply

    I want Ynigo to join this one day! He loves Jollibee, especially their chicken and palabok 🙂 Will definitely look into the JKC !

  16. Peachy @ The Peach Kitchen2016/08/23 at 9:29 pm - Reply

    This looks like a great activity for kids. I’ll sign up Ykaie next year.

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