Online Orientation Meeting
Saturday, August 29, 2020
The Rotary Brand
Faculty: Bret McKeand, Peoria North
A basic overview of the Rotary brand and its public image.
Understanding and Utilizing the Rotary Foundation
Faculty: PDG Ernie Montagne, Tucson
An overview of The Rotary Foundation for District leaders: spending Foundation dollars, giving to the Rotary Foundation, reports you can use, goals, recognition of donors, District Designated Funds, and resources you can use in your District.
Collaboration and Funding to Meet Needs
Faculty: PDG Art Harrington, Prescott Sunup
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 31, 2020: All 1st Semester coursework is due
Building on a Heritage of Leadership and Accomplishments
Faculty: PDG Dan Messersmith, Kingman Route 66, for District 5495; and PRID Phil Silvers, Valle Verde, 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.
How to Succeed in Membership Growth and Retention
Faculty: Doug Woodard, Casas Adobes
Rotary International has approved several new/innovative club membership types and club models. This course will draw on these changes to help your club restructure itself to succeed in changing lives in our communities and world.
Rotary’s Fiduciary Responsibilities, and Youth Protection
Faculty: PDG Sandy Goodsite, Pantano (Tucson)
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 30, 2020: All 2nd Semester coursework is due
Recognition/Graduation at Appropriate District Event