international service - Rotaract
Transcript international service - Rotaract
International Service Presentation
An arm of Rotary International that promotes
The Rotary Foundation, increase
understanding and goodwill among people of
different nations with a view to improving the
quality of their life
It is his/her responsibility to keep the club
informed of the progress of any on-going
project, as this will keep the members
involved and interested.
Rotaractors around the world have a unique
opportunity to learn about other cultures and
foster goodwill through the global family of
Partnerships can involve establishing a penpal/e-mail relationship, arranging Rotaractor
visits, exchanging project ideas, and
undertaking small international or community
Rotaract clubs considering such a venture can
choose a partner that shares similar interests,
challenges, or language capabilities.
Rotaractors can also correspond with clubs
located in an area of geographical interest.
The International Service Officer organises
events with an international theme to
broaden the horizons of Club members.
Themed evenings e.g. Dinner at an
International Cuisine restaurants.
Cultural Explosion which showcases food
and attire from different countries.
Quizzes about other Cultures.
Your club may want to find out more about
another Club in another part of the world.
This can lead to joint projects, newsletters,
visits, Gift exchange
This involves two clubs from different
Rotary International (RI) countries that have
established strong ties and have agreed to
team up to complete a special program. It
may be an International service project,
friendship exchange or cultural
exchange. Clubs are invited to register as a
part of this activity and are encouraged to
undertake a joint program or project in
developing the international understanding.
Besides using Facebook, Twitter, and even
Google. One of the best places to find
interesting clubs are at international Rotary
events. For eg: District Conferences, RI
Convention, Rotary Youth Leadership Awards
(RYLA), etc. These provide good opportunities
to make contact, as they are attended by
persons from all over the world.