- Connect with your fellow leaders at the Rotaract Pre-convention
- Journey to Pisco
- Rotaract Teams with Habitat for Humanity
- ATSU Rotaract Interactive Story
- Rotaract Doing Good in Ukraine
On this website created by district 6970 Rotaractors you will find a ready resource of materials, links, and guidance to help you develop, grow, and motivate your Rotaract club.
Many of these resources can be downloaded in different formats and customized for your own club's specific use. You will find Quick Links at the bottom of this page but more indepth information can usually be found when using the top menu items.
Rotaract is always an evolving organization so do these helpful materials. Check back from time to time to see if anything has changed.
This website is a shared and cooperative resource, so if you have questions, recommendations or materials you would like to contribute, go to Contact.
One of our very own Rotaractors — Michael Tirpak, 2015-2016 Rotaract President of Daytona State College, Daytona Beach Campus — is dedicated to helping underprivileged children receive an education.
We support and stand with him in his cause. Hug it Forward, a nonprofit organization is a grass-roots organization that facilitates education and awareness by empowering communities to build "bottle schools."
Bottle schools are schools built using “eco-bricks” — plastic bottles stuffed with inorganic trash. Entire communities come together to build a more sustainable educational infrastructure for their future.
Hug It Forward’s goal is to share the bottle school technology so that communities all over the world can build their own bottle school.
A project launched by members of Rotaract in Uttar Pradesh, India, is liberating women who emptied dry toilets with their hands by teaching them skills that enable them to earn a living for their families.
Although the practice of manual scavenging was banned in India in 1993, it persists in many parts of the country. The women who engage in it, many of them the sole wage earners for their families, make a meager income for their efforts.
Vocational Service Month
Peace & Conflict Resolution Month
Water and Sanitation Month
5—11 World Rotaract Week
31 Deadline: Zone 34 Public Image Award
Maternal and Child Health Month
15 Deadline: Zone 34 Rotaract Award
Youth Services Month
8-9 District All Star Conference (Atlanta)
10-14 RI Convention (Atlanta)
30 Deadline: Presidential Citation