Working with and for young people

Youth Opportunities

Under 25?

Do you enjoy any of the following  ...

· Cooking

· Overseas travel

· Making music

· Photography

· Speaking out

· Solving problems

· Teamwork

· Writing

· Helping your community

· Meeting people and making new friends

Then at a school / college / club hall near you, local Rotary clubs in St Albans and Harpenden can help you get the best out of life.

Some activities are competitive, some let you blow your own trumpet (literally), whilst others are just about taking part and having fun.

The only limits are self-imposed, so follow the links below:

Rotary Young Chef
Rotary Youth Exchange
Rotary Young Musician
Rotary Young Photographer
Rotary Youth Speaks
Rotary Technology Tournament
Rotary Youth Leadership Award
Rotary Young Writer
Rotary Young Citizen
Interact and Rotaract Clubs Form a club of your own, by yourselves, for yourselves, following the general ethos of Rotary International. Local Rotarians will provide funds to get you started and will also provide background assistance.

Working with and for young people sub-pages:

Rotary Youth Leadership Award (RYLA)

more The blue team considers how to tackle the problem

Winner: Age Group 12 - 14 (Animals) - Ollie

Recent Photo Competition

more Winning entries


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Jake Goldman, supported by Jessica Prince and Yajur Kapoor with Brian Billinghurst and Rotary District Governor, John Bromley

Shout it from the treetops

more Youth Speaks - Winners from Beds, Bucks and Herts

St Albans High School for Girls, 
winners at the youngest age group

Design it, Build it, Test it

more Technology Tournament Local schools compete to design and build the best coin sorter (including a coin counter for the advanced teams)