By Rotary Service & Engagement Staff Rotary members are part of the fight against disease everyday through our work to end polio. The past two years have shown us that it’s more important than ever to remain committed to combatting disease. So, we’ve leveraged the expertise and assets that we’ve used to combat polio to … More Fighting polio, COVID-19, and more: how are you preventing and treating disease?
By Stephen Sehnert, BREW Fellowship Director and member of the Rotary Club of Steamboat Springs With the cancellation of the world’s largest beer festival “Oktoberfest” 2020 in Munich, Germany, members of the Rotary Fellowship BREW – Beers Rotarians Enjoy Worldwide – stepped up to offer a virtual Oktoberfest. Starting at 1700 hours in New Zealand, … More 24 hour virtual Oktoberfest – it’s 5 O’clock somewhere!
By Lisa Cook, Rotary Service and Engagement Staff Rotary Fellowships are international groups that share a common passion. Being part of a fellowship is a fun way to make friends around the world, join a global community built around a hobby or profession, and enhance your Rotary experience. Currently, 91 fellowships unite members in friendship … More Why join a Rotary Fellowship?
By Carlos Brazao, founder of the Rotarian Executive Managers Fellowship Imagine going from being an excellent doctor or engineer to becoming a General Manager of the Hospital or creating your own company: suddenly your co-workers no longer share the same world as you and can’t relate to you. Oftentimes, when a Rotarian Executive Manager faces … More A new Rotary Fellowship for Executive Managers
By Lutz Bachmann, president of the International Marathon Fellowship of Rotarians (IMFR) and member of The Rotary E-Club of London Centenary On 17 November, 2018, my alarm clock went off at 05:30 reminding me it’s race day! I quickly got up, ate my pre-packed breakfast and changed into my running gear to meet my friends … More Sprinting into action
By Brett Morey, Founder & Chair of the Surfers Unite Rotarian Fellowship, and member of the Rotary Club of La Jolla Golden Triangle, San Diego, USA Our Rotaract Learn to Surf & Degree 33 Surfboards Demo Event was a tremendous success in San Diego earlier this year. We tried to cap the participants to 25, … More Rotaractors hit the waves with the Surfers Unite Rotarian Fellowship
By Cynthia Goodman, Member of the Rotary Club of La Jolla, California, USA Elaine Case and Bill Wiktor. Two names many of you are not going to want to forget. Both have been presidents of their respective Rotary Clubs in Rochester, Minnesota in the United States and continue to be active in Rotary. After our … More International Travel and Hosting Fellowship captures the spirit of Rotary
By Dr. Charles Grant, Rotary Club of North Shore (Houston), Texas, USA, and Chair of the International Fellowship of Rotarian Educators More than 775 million people over the age of 15 are illiterate. That’s 17 percent of the world’s adult population. One of Rotary’s focuses is to strengthen the capacity of communities to support basic education … More Connect with the International Fellowship of Rotarian Educators
By Rhonda Whitton, Kardinia Rotary Club, Victoria, Australia; member and Online Content Manager of the Fellowship for Cruising Rotarians A few years ago, a group of Rotarians from the United Kingdom and Australia boarded a P&O cruise ship ready for an exciting vacation. When the group of Rotarians gathered for an onboard meeting advertised in … More Cruising trips inspire fellowship and service