By Past District Governor Matthew Kane, member of the Rotary Club of North Raleigh, North Carolina, USA Often we Rotarians prefer to focus on smaller club projects that we can complete in an afternoon or a Saturday morning. We jump in, solve a problem, and then we’re focusing on the next small project. But other … More Build entrepreneurship in your community
A prominent business leader recently joined your Rotary club. They run a global business and their customers are primarily Rotary members. This new member doesn’t seem interested in club activities or service projects. Every year, your club selects members to send to the Rotary Convention, and your club’s leaderships selects this new member to attend … More Ethical Dilemma Discussion: what would you do?
By Ellina Kushnir, Rotary Programs staff Camp Enterprise, a Rotarian-funded three-day program for high school juniors, helps develop the next generation of entrepreneurs. The students learn about business practices and then work in teams to come up with a business proposal and present it to Rotarian volunteers, entrepreneurs and venture capitalists. Each team receives feedback … More Rotary club’s vocational camps open up a window of opportunities for young entrepreneurs