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Make Young Leaders a Priority   

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Rotary International
 

Strategies for Success

View nine tips from the RI President, President-elect, and President-nominee on how your district can involve young leaders in meaningful ways.

June 2013

Dear District Governors:

Did you know that, in any given year, more than 500,000 young people participate in Rotary’s youth or young adult programs? That’s a half a million Interactors, RYLA participants, Youth Exchange students, and Rotaractors who understand what Rotary is, who know why Rotary matters, and who have experienced, for themselves, how service to their communities changes our world for the better. When we ask these young leaders if they want to join Rotary now, or in the future, hundreds of thousands answer with an enthusiastic YES!

What happens after that energizing RYLA event, transformative youth exchange, or empowering service experience depends on the environment that you create as a district leader.

Right now, as you read these words, there are districts where Youth Exchange students are becoming Interactors, where RYLA participants are starting university-based Rotaract clubs, and where Rotary alumni of all youth programs are developing as leaders through community-based Rotaract clubs. There are Rotary clubs, in every district, that work in partnership and collaboration with youth and young adults. And there are clubs that attract young professionals as volunteers, donors, and new Rotarians.

Does that describe your district today? If it’s not, here are nine ways that you can make it happen—three tips from each of us.

These tips are not about a special day, a month, a theme, or even an Avenue of Service. These young leaders deserve more than that. They deserve a Rotary that recognizes the energy, expertise, and experience that they developed through our own programs. They need Rotary clubs that make it easy to visit, volunteer, donate, get involved, bring their families, and learn about the responsibilities of membership. Right now, all over the world, there are Rotary clubs that provide exactly what these young professionals want. It’s a matter of promoting those successes so that your district’s clubs can benefit from all that the next generation of Rotarians will bring.

A Rotary that attracts and engages today’s young leaders benefits everyone--through relevant programs, energized service projects, and a revitalized Rotary strong enough to end polio, build peace, and strengthen our communities and our world. Under your joint leadership, your district can be one where many Rotary alumni become Rotarians and nearly all stay involved as supporters, volunteers, or donors. We challenge your district to start right now!

Sincerely,

     

Sakuji Tanaka
President, RI, 
2012-13

Ron D. Burton
President, RI,
2013-14

Gary C.K. Huang
President, RI,
2014-15


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