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Youth Services


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All clubs and districts are encouraged to undertake projects that support the fundamental needs of the youth who are our next generation of Rotarians all young people up to the age of 30 by improving their life skills to ensure a better future, while recognizing the diversity of their needs. The fifth avenue of service, Youth Services, supports the next generation through a series of structured programs: Interact (high school), Rotaract (college-age to 30), Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (Summer Retreat), and Rotary Youth Exchange. Components of Rotary's Menu of Service Opportunities (e.g., Children at Risk, Health Care, Literacy and Numeracy) are also included in Youth Services.

Youth Services Month

September is designated as Youth Services Month in order to focus on all Rotary activities that support the development of young people up to the age of 30. Rotary clubs are encouraged to use the slogan Every Rotarian an Example to Youth in club bulletins and publicity material during the month. (RCP 40.050.2.)

Conferences for Youth Services
At the community level, Rotary clubs should provide a forum for youth, including young adults to share their concerns with community leaders, express their hopes, dreams, and ambitions, and seek solutions to the problems that beset them and their communities. (RCP 40.050.3.)