Get involved with Rotary
Rotaract clubs bring together people ages 18-30 to exchange ideas with leaders in the community, develop leadership and professional skills, and have fun through service. In communities worldwide, Rotary and Rotaract members work side by side to take action through service. From big cities to rural villages, Rotaract is changing communities like yours.
Traditional Rotary Clubs
Most Rotary clubs meet weekly, usually at a mealtime on a weekday in a regular location, where members can discuss club business and hear from guest speakers. Each club will conduct various service projects within its local community and overseas. Most clubs also hold social events at least quarterly and in some cases more often.
Rotary e-clubs are a lot like other Rotary clubs: they meet weekly, carry out service projects and socialise with each other. The difference bring that members join meetings online when it’s convenient for them. eClub members use webinars, videoconferencing, message boards, instant messaging, or tools like Skype and Google Hangout to communicate. For example, a club member might post content online for that week’s meeting, then other members join the discussion throughout the week. Some e-club members also meet in person at service projects or social activities.
Rotary Passport Clubs
Rotary Passport Clubs generally have only a few “in-person” meetings each year. Instead of weekly meetings, members are encouraged to engage in humanitarian service – however that works best for them. Members of Passport Clubs are encouraged to join other traditional or eClubs regularly and must complete 40 hours of service each year through projects, fundraisers and/or supporting other non-profit organisations or make a donation to the Rotary Foundation.
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Join the RYLA Oceania Alumni Association
The RYLA Oceania Alumni Association is a group of past RYLArians from across Australia and the Pacific who come together to support the independent RYLA Programs and maintain the energy of RYLA Alumni through ongoing professional and personal development, leadership opportunities and an engaged social network, whose skills, knowledge and motivation can be channelled to create significant positive change in the world.
The group is still in its infancy but will work to provide further Professional Development and networking opportunities for RYLA alumni.
For more information, see: RYLA Oceania Alumni Association
Participate in RYLA Oceania
The goal of RYLA Oceania is to develop a network of the brightest global citizens and leaders who are engaged, educated and pushed to achieve measurable results both individually and as a group within their communities.
The program is targeted at RYLA Alumni who are seeking to continue their personal and professional development journey and have a desire to make an impact on their local communities. You will build on the skills and experience gained during your RYLA and further accelerate personal and professional development.
For more information, visit: RYLA Oceania
Become a RYLA supporter
Each year we need supporters to help run the RYLA program. Supporters support the day-to-day operation of the conference and help facilitate a small group of RYLArians.
Supporter expressions of interest are welcome from past RYLArians (from district 9790 and beyond) and Rotarians. In selecting Supporters, the RYLA committee considers past experience with RYLA (with Succession Planning in mind), the number of training hours/sessions you attend, demographics of the entire Supporter and RYLArian team, and anything else the committee considers relevant.
To submit a supporter expression of interest, see: Supporter EOI