Find inspiration at the Atlanta Convention

If you’re joining us at the 2017 Rotary International Convention, 10-14 June, expect to hear inspirational keynote speakers, participate in a variety of service-related breakout sessions, and make new friends in the House of Friendship! Preconvention events: Join President John Germ for his Presidential Peace Conference on 9 and 10 June. We’ll celebrate our success … More Find inspiration at the Atlanta Convention

Rotary International Convention breakout sessions can enhance service projects

If you’re joining us at the 2016 Rotary International Convention, 28 May-1 June, plan to participate in a variety of service-related breakout sessions. You’ll have a chance to learn from program experts, explore service opportunities, build new friendships, and connect with prospective project partners. Sessions will be held in the afternoons, 30 May-1 June. Service-oriented … More Rotary International Convention breakout sessions can enhance service projects

Literacy partnership helps children chase their dreams

By Dolly Parton, U.S. singer-songwriter and founder of The Dollywood Foundation and the Dolly Parton Imagination Library program I’VE CHASED AFTER RAINBOWS; I HAVE CAPTURED ONE OR TWO. I HAVE REACHED FOR THE STARS; AND I’VE EVEN HELD A FEW. I’VE WALKED THAT LONESOME VALLEY, TOPPED THE MOUTAINS, SOARED THE SKY. I’VE LAUGHED AND I … More Literacy partnership helps children chase their dreams

Register for the Lifecycle of a Service Project Webinar: Evaluation and Promotion

Lifecycle of a Service Project (Part 5):  Evaluation and Promotion We are pleased to present the final installment of the five-part Lifecycle of a Service Project webinar series to support the Rotary family in producing sustainable service projects. The series has highlighted different strategies, best practices, and Rotary resources available to help clubs and districts undertake successful, … More Register for the Lifecycle of a Service Project Webinar: Evaluation and Promotion

Physical space inspires and empowers learners

By Brenda Erickson, Rotary Club of Peachtree City, Georgia, USA, and Montessori school teacher It is quite interesting to consider the roots of empowerment in a school environment. I have seen empowerment happen in the smallest of ways. For instance, yesterday I heard a teacher tell a group of students, “You can go anywhere you … More Physical space inspires and empowers learners