For the upcoming year, one of your club’s goals is to engage more young professionals. You’ve decided to host a mentorship meet and greet between current members of your club and community members who are just starting their careers. Some club members want to host the event in person to make it easier to network, … More Ethical dilemma discussion: What would you do?
By Christophe Courjon. This article originally appeared in Rotary Mag, the French regional magazine. Disease prevention and treatment is one of Rotary International’s areas of focus, but dental hygiene, which plays an important role in the well-being of the individual, is sometimes forgotten. This is the reason why Rotary clubs take action all over the … More Rotary members and Rotarian dentists support dental hygiene in their communities
By Lia Puggioni – Physician, Gynecologist, and Obstetrician, member of the Rotary Club Ogliastra, Italy It was Saturday, 30 March 2019. I was awaiting the arrival of my fellow travelers at Fiumicino International Airport in Italy and reflecting on this new Rotary adventure on which I was about to leave to reach the Momè Katihoe … More Vocational Training Team (VTT) in Togo: a strong Rotary and human experience
By Christina Sweeney, Rotary Service & Engagement Staff In Rotary, our profession and our passion for service goes hand-in-hand. Our organization provides opportunities to empower others by using our unique skills and expertise to address community needs and help others discover new professional opportunities and interests. One way to take action through vocational service is … More Healthcare professionals unite in Rotary fellowship
By: Rotary Service & Engagement Staff January is Vocational Service Month. This is an opportunity to think about how your club and district engages fellow Rotary and Rotaract members through their professional skills or vocations, and how they bring Rotary’s ideals into their workplace. In bringing together people from diverse professions and backgrounds, Rotary recognizes … More Use your professional expertise for service
A fellow club member is always promoting his company’s service to members at every meeting. Your club wants to provide opportunities for business networking because you realize that it is a benefit of Rotary, but some members have been complaining of feeling pressured. What would you do? Every month, Rotary magazine showcases answers to an … More Ethical dilemma discussion: What would you do?
By Rotary Service and Engagement Staff Do you have professional experience or specialized technical skills? Are you a project manager, engineer, health care professional, educator, lawyer, accountant, etc.? If yes, you can offer your skills to local Rotary clubs and help develop service projects with greater impact. Rotary is an organization rich with many resources … More Use your professional expertise to guide clubs’ projects
By Quentin Wodon, Club President of the Rotary Club of Washington Global, USA A few months ago, we chartered the Rotary Club of Washington Global with the goal of becoming a “knowledge club” within Rotary. We are a new, dynamic, and friendly club. More than two thirds of our members are women, and 40 percent … More Leveraging our skills to support refugees
Your club meetings have moved online recently and are hosted through a video conferencing platform. During the meetings, members have been sharing personal stories of life during the COVID-19 pandemic and discussing ways for the club to help the local community. Club leaders have decided to record these meetings and share them on social media … More Ethical Dilemma Discussion: what would you do?
Members of your club have expressed interest in supporting an international project, so, because you’re the international service chair, you contact some members from other countries that you met at the Rotary International Convention. You ask if they have any projects that your club could support. One of them excitedly tells you about the health … More Ethical Dilemma Discussion: what would you do?