On-Line Orientation Meeting
Saturday, August 25, 2018
Leadership Beyond the Club
Faculty: PDG Chuck Fitzgerald
A basic overview of District, Zone and International structures of Rotary.
Understanding and Utilizing the Rotary Foundation
Faculty: PDG Ernie Montagne
An overview of The Rotary Foundation for District leaders: spending Foundation $, giving, reports, goals, recognition, and resources you can use in your District.
Collaboration and Funding to Meet Needs
Faculty: PDG Art Harrington
Helping leaders to think outside the box regarding tackling and funding larger needs that are beyond the abilities and resources of a single club, and often require extending beyond a single Rotary year.
December 15, 2018: All 1st Semester coursework is due
Building on a Heritage of Leadership and Accomplishments
Faculty: PDG Dan Messersmith for District 5495, and PRID Phil Silvers for District 5500
A review of who our District leaders have been and what we have accomplished thus far as a District for the Rotary World.
Club Membership Growth and Retention
Faculty: Jay McCall
Examining what attracts people to Rotary, and the dynamics that build Rotary Clubs and keep members interested and active.
Rotary’s Fiduciary Responsibilities, and Youth Protection
Faculty: PDG Sandy Goodsite
What are a Rotary Club’s responsibilities to its members, its contributors, its community, the government and to Rotary International? How can liabilities be evaluated and minimized?
April 15, 2019: All 2nd Semester coursework is due
May or June 2019
At Appropriate District Event