Rotaract hanDbook i i Rotaract hanDbook About Rotary Rotary International is a global community of committed professionals working together to serve others and advance peace. More than 1. About Rotaract Rotaract is a service club for young men and women ages 18 to 30 who are dedicated to community and international service. Its membership totals over , in more than 8, clubs worldwide.
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Through Rotaract clubs, people ages develop leadership and professional skills, exchange ideas with community leaders, and have fun through service. Here is everything you need to know about creating a strong Rotaract club. Download the Rotaract Handbook to learn how to: Interested in joining a Rotaract club? Contact a local Rotary club to find out if your area has a Rotaract club. Ask the club if you can participate in its next meeting, service project, or social event.
Send the completed form to rotaract rotary. How to develop dynamic clubs Become partners in service Rotaract clubs thrive when they work with committed sponsor Rotary clubs. Download our handbook to learn more. Update club and member information Clubs must update their contact information annually in My Rotary to maintain their active status so they can continue receiving updates from Rotary International.
Clubs that keep their contact information updated will appear in Club Finder. How to develop sustainable service projects Before you start a service project, review the basics in the Rotaract Handbook PDF. Then organize your fellow members, partner with other clubs or districts, and form a plan. Here are some resources to help you: Download the Six Steps to Sustainability to make sure that your project will lead to lasting, positive change.
Learn how you can plan, organize, and promote your service projects using the Project Lifecycle Kit. Show the world how Rotaract is making a difference during our World Rotaract Week celebration each March. Get recognized and inspire other clubs by nominating your project for a Rotaract Outstanding Project Award. Rotaractors in action Chile Membership in both Rotaract and Rotary allows members to build more dynamic clubs with a wider perspective, more diverse ideas, and greater service in more communities, says dual member Fernando Pinto Nercelles.
Read more Uganda After fleeing conflict in their own countries, Rotaractors are healing wounds and bringing cultures together in a Ugandan refugee settlement through service projects.
A world of opportunity for Rotaract members Rotary has so many ways to get involved. District Rotaract representative A district Rotaract representative is a Rotaract member elected by clubs in their district.
They work to improve communication among Rotaract and Rotary clubs and coordinate joint activities and projects. Download the Guide for District Rotaract Representatives to learn more about this role.
District Rotaract committee The district Rotaract chair and district Rotaract representative serve as co-chairs of the district Rotaract committee. They work with committee members to support Rotaract clubs, ensure that club information is up to date, plan leadership training events, and coordinate district service projects.
Download instructions. Working within a country or region, these groups bring Rotaractors together to exchange ideas and network with other young leaders.