If you would like to see your Rotary group …
- embrace and apply forward thinking and planning strategies
- welcome innovation and be prepared to share and support new ideas and approaches
- truly work as a team and demonstrate a commitment to collegiality and interdependence
- expand its Rotary network
- display a thirst for developing new skills and furthering their understandings
then our District 9800 Learning and Development Courses, Seminars and Workshops may be what you are searching for.Read more...
District 9800 GVE Welcome Dinner requires your support
The Team at the Rotary Club of Brighton Beach are hosting the event for District and want this to be the usual outstanding night and give the team from the Philippines a big Rotary Welcome
The Dinner will also be a Farewell to the Outbound TeamRead more...
Graduate House Carlton, Tuesday October 20th
If you have inducted any new members in the past six months or so please encourage them to attend the New Members Seminar at Graduate House, Carlton. Learning and Development in Rotary is one of the important influences that help convert members into Rotarians and is of great benefit to participants and in the long term the health and vibrancy of your clubs.
Download the Flyer here containing information about venues and costs
FUTURE CLUB LEADERS SEMINAR November 24th, Graduate House Carltion
Is your Club experience difficulties encouraging new Club Leaders? Most Clubs do! The best way to improve the leadership in your Club is to encourage Rotaians to step up is by ASKING them to attend this Seminar. You will be suprised how many say YES
Firther details to be released soon or contact Bronwen Scarrfe
Fri 27th May 2015 to Sunday 29th May 2016
This international youth program simulates the workings of the United Nations Assembly by having two senior students from a number of schools represent a particular UN country in debates on matters of world political and social concern.
Youth Exchange students can also participate. The assembly is about building bridges of goodwill for world peace and understanding through a personal involvement in the acceptance of situations that reflect the opinion of ‘adopted’ countries. Students are challenged by the opportunities of extended research, debating and public speaking skills by addressing a wide range of contemporary and world-focussed issues. The program extends over a weekend and it is chaired and judged by Rotarians.Read more...
Are you still learning about Rotary?
Metropolitan Club Members - Tuesday October 20th 2015 - Graduate House, Carlton
The New Members Seminar will address members' Rotary knowledge, Rotary's goals and structures and further learning opportunities all in a friendly, facilitated training environment.Read more...
September 21st 6:00 PM till 8:30pm (Next Monday)
Closing date for registration is Wednesday 16th September.
This is a catered event and we need to provide final numbers
To learn more about the wonderful humanitarian and educational programs which your club can participate it is important to attend this popular seminar which will be an interactive forum for you and any Rotarian in your club.
The financial support of each club to OUR Foundation throughout our District is so important for us to be able to continue to carry out the humanitarian and educational programs that Rotary is renowned for.
Attendance at this seminar is essential for your club to participate in the District(local and international) and Global Grants.
You will be suprised how Foundation may be able to assist your projects, no matter what their size is.Read more...
DATES UPDATED to May 2016 - Now runs over 4 Evening Sessions
Having leadership skills does not alone assure good Rotary leadership. An effective and caring Rotary leader must ALSO have Rotary education and knowledge, perspective about where Rotary has been, where it is now going and a vision of what Rotary can be.Read more...
Applications for the 20 – 22 March 2015 RYPEN camp are now open and copies of the application forms are attached for your attention
The cut off for applications to be received for this cam is Friday 27 February 2015
The Rotary Youth Program of ENrichment is a program of weekend seminars for young people between the ages of 14 and 17 years. Its principal aim is the communication of a series of ideas, problems and social experiences, which will assist the young participants in forming their own values and moral standards.Read more...
12-14 March, 2015
District Governor Murray Verso and Irene invite Rotarians, partners and guests to attend the 2015 District 9800 Conference where great speakers, first class entertainment, networking and fellowship with old and new friends will illuminate Rotary.Read more...
5th March, 2014, Crown Palladium, Southbank
Already 1000 Tickets Sold - Book Now before they are all sold out!Read more...
Next Camp: Sunday 30th to Saturday 6th December, 2014
The Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA) is a week long residential program conducted annually and is aimed at encouraging and developing leadership, personal development and social skills.Read more...
Paul Harris Fellow Breakfast, RACV Club
18th November, 2014, RACV Club, 501 Collins Street Melbourne
City2Sea Fun Run
16 November, 2014 - St Kilda Road to St. Kilda.
Volunteers wanted to help conduct the fun run.