Rotary Fellowships consist of members who share a common interest in recreational activities, sports, hobbies, or professions. These groups help expand skills, foster vocational development, and enhance the Rotary experience by exploring interests while developing connections around the world.
Help participants make lasting friendships outside their own club, district, or country
Advance Rotary’s public image and identity.
Serve as an incentive for joining Rotary and for maintaining active membership
Function independently of Rotary International by establishing their own rules, dues requirements, and administrative structure.
Are open to Rotarians, their family members, as well as participants and alumni of all Rotary and Foundation programs.
STARTING A NEW FELLOWSHIP
If your recreational or vocational interest isn’t represented by Rotary’s current Fellowships. Join a discussion group or start a new one on My Rotary. It’s a great way to share your interest with other members.
Use Rotary’s presence on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn to promote your idea. Attend the Rotary International Convention or other Rotary events to network and find others that share your interest.
Visit www.rotary.org/fellowships for additional resources on Rotary Fellowships. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
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